2020: The defender registered 282 minutes of competitive action across seven games, of which only two were starts.
2019: Ibeagha played in 23 matches and whether he was starting or coming on as a substitute he consistently brought strength to the defensive line. He racked up 1,112 minutes through the season.
2018: The 26-year old central defender officially signed with NYCFC after spending preseason with the team in Florida, LA and Mexico in 2018 and appearing in friendlies vs Jacksonville University, LA Galaxy and RSL. He made 26 appearances in a hugely impressive debut season in MLS, helping NYCFC reach the Playoffs for the third consecutive season.
2017: Ibeagha signed with NYCFC's USL Affiliate Team San Antonio FC where he made 30 league appearances and earned the USL Defender of the Year award.
2016: After two years overseas, Ibeagha signed with Houston Dynamo and enjoyed loan spells at Rio Grande Valley FC Toros and Rayo OKC.
2014: After a four-year stint at Duke University, Ibeagha resumed his pro career in Europe, representing Danish clubs Horsens and Fredericia, as well as Fram Reykjavik in Iceland.
2010: Sebastien played four years of college soccer at Duke University where he was named first-team all-ACC in 2012 and 2013.
2005: Ibeagha started his youth career at the Houston Dynamo Academy, emerging through the age groups to begin training with the first-team before he entered the college system.