CREIGHTON CAREER: 2008 (Junior) – Named first-team all-Missouri Valley Conference and second-team NSCAA All-Midwest Region ... Tabbed first-team MVC Scholar-Athlete, CoSIDA ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VII First-Team, NSCAA All-Region Scholar and NSCAA Scholar All-American ... Four-time MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week ... Tied for team lead with six assists ... Ranked second on team with 1,804 minutes played ... Played every minute of the final 17 matches of the season ... Captain and leader on defense which led the NCAA in shutout percentage (.650) and ranked second with 0.48 goals against average ... Team set school record with 13 shutouts ... Had three assists in first five matches ... Scored a goal and became seventh player in school history to log at least three assists in a match when dishing three helpers at Eastern Illinois (Nov. 8) ... Tallied the game-winning goal in both NCAA Tournament victories – the first two game-winners of his career ... Found the back of the net against No. 6 Tulsa (Nov. 25) and had the overtime winner against No. 22 Connecticut (Nov. 29).
2007 (Sophomore) – Earned second-team all-MVC honors ... Named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete First-Team ... Honored on the MVC All-Tournament Team ... One of six Bluejays to start all 20 matches and led all field players with 1,866 minutes played (of 1,930) ... Main cog in CU defense which posted seven shutouts and led the MVC with a 0.79 goals against average ... Named MVC Defensive Player of the Week, MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week and earned Saint Louis Nike Classic All-Tournament honors after leading CU to a 2-1 win over No. 2 Indiana (Sept. 13) and 1-0 win over Loyola Marymount (Sept. 15) ... Again earned MVC Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 8 following a 3-1 win over Memphis (Oct. 7) in which he scored a goal and added an assist ... Also had assists in wins over Eastern Illinois (Oct. 13) and Missouri State (Oct. 27).
2006 (Freshman) – Started the first seven matches of the year and appeared in 20 matches, including 10 starts ... Named to the Mike Berticelli Memorial All-Tournament Team for his play against Indiana and Notre Dame (Aug. 25-27) ... Notched his first career point with an assist in 3-0 win over Yale (Sept. 17) ... Assisted a goal in his hometown of Kansas City against UMKC on Oct. 24 ... Scored his first collegiate goal at Bradley (Oct. 28) ... Started the MVC Championship match at Bradley (Nov. 5).
2005 (Redshirt) – Appeared in one match, making his collegiate debut against UMKC (Oct. 1) ... Awarded a medical redshirt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Tabbed first-team all-state and named the Western Missouri Offensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Participated in the Kansas-Missouri All-Star Game ... Scored 25 goals and added 15 assists as a senior ... A three-year letterwinner, tabbed second-team all-metro area as a senior ... Collected 42 goals and 35 assists for 119 career points ... Team finished second in state as a sophomore and senior, while his teams were 72-15-3 during his three varsity seasons. PERSONAL: Son of Bill and Martha Sinovic, Seth was born Jan. 28, 1987, in Kansas City, Mo. ... The youngest of three children, Emily (27) and Adam (25) ... Economics major ... Brother played soccer at North Park University.