During the 1979 baseball season, Seeger set the following single-season records; most runs scored (73), most base hits (82), most triples (11) and slugging percentage (.810). At the time of his induction, his career records included; most home runs (22), triples (15), RBI's (110) and total bases (275). The 1979 team had the most single-season wins in school history during a 33-16 season. That year, NAU led the nation in runs scored (10.4) and was second nationally in team hitting (.348). The Jacks were nationally ranked in the top 20 for 12 weeks during the season. Seeger's individual hitting percentage for that year was .421, and he was voted MVP. He earned first team Division I All-America honors selected by the nation's coaches. He was also first team All-District 7 NCAA in 1979 and was selected for the Pan American Game trails. He was first team CoSida Academic All-America in 1980, and was a recipient of the Chester Deaver Award.