The Short List
- 2006 Olympic bronze medalist
- 2005 World champion
- 2005 Four Nations Cup silver medalist, 2003 Four Nations Cup gold medalist
- Played for the Brampton Thunder scoring 30 points in 31 points during the 2004 season
Did You Know?
- Considered a great defender with a tremendous shot
- Played all but one game for a total of 127 games in her collegiate career and for three years she played with a torn ACL because she didn't want to miss any action
- Was a captain twice while playing for Harvard, graduated Cum Laude and is now the assistant hockey coach
- Captained three different sports her senior year at Deerfield Academy ... hockey, soccer, lacrosse
It's Every Day
Playing in every game at the 2005 World Championships including the final game, Hagerman helped Team USA to its first World Championship gold medal. This win has allowed Team USA to build confidence and drive going into the 2006 Olympics. "It was a great experience to be there, to be part of the team that won the first-ever world championship for the USA," she said to Deerfield News. "It's just great to be on that stage, to handle the pressure and the noise and everything. It's that whole atmosphere that you can't duplicate, but when you're there, you can feel it. It's been (a matter of) having more and more confidence in myself every day - knowing that I belong, playing my game, trying to remember what got me here."
On her experience being on Team USA: "I wouldn't trade this for anything else," she said to Deerfield News. "The last four, five months have gone by (so fast) - it feels like it's been two days. The places we've gone, the people we've met, (being on) the "Today" show. It's been an unbelievable ride."
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