It is the second year in a row that a Wesley College baseball player landed on an All-American team by both organizations after Trey Mears was a First Team All-American in 2017.
Seibert led the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) in hitting (.475), on-base percentage (.552) and slugging percentage (.850). He currently ranks fifth in NCAA Division III in batting average and on-base percentage and seventh in slugging percentage. He also tied for third in the CAC in home runs (10) and tied for seventh in runs batted in (43) and doubles (13).
In his career, Seibert is Wesley's all-time leader in batting average and home runs. He hit .425 with 27 home runs for his career. He is also tied for third in career doubles (39), fourth in career runs batted in (141) and seventh in career hits (173).
Earlier this week, Seibert earned spots on the D3baseball.com and ABCA/Rawlings All-Region First Teams and was an All-Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Honorable Mention selection.
During the season, Seibert was honored by the ECAC as the Division III South Player of the Week three times, was named CAC Player of the Week on March 19 and was on the D3baseball.com Team of the Week on March 20.