During her time as the head women’s basketball coach at Marian University, Seewald quickly turned the Sabre women's basketball program into one of the most disciplined teams in the NACC.
Marian ranked atop the NACC Conference and 43rd in the nation for fewest fouls while also ranking third in the conference and 57th in the nation for fewest turnovers. In her last season at the helm, Marian ranked 4th in the NACC Conference with the turnover margin of 0.92. Marian also ranked 4th in the NACC conference and top 100 in the country with 15.8 turnovers per game.
Seewald continued to lead her program off the court as well with the women's basketball program winning two consecutive Sammy's award for community service. Her team was also named the Community Service All-Stars by the United Way FDL, an honor accomplished for their dedication to improving the Fond du Lac community through volunteerism.
Seewald has worked with high school and college coaches and teams on mental skills such as self-talk, imagery, breathing techniques, team building and confidence. Seewald used sport psychology techniques and methods within her practice planning and in everyday coaching responsibilities. She now uses sports psychology in her current role as a Police Officer of the City of Madison.