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Brie Hagerty
Brie Hagerty

Hometown:
Defiance, Ohio

High School:
Defiance HS

Last College:
Ohio State

Height:
6-1

Position:
Outside Hitter

Experience:
4V

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2005 (SENIOR): Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... played in 103 games and all 33 matches ... ranked third on the team with 3.67 kpg and 3.98 ppg ... also averaged 0.69 dpg and 0.52 bpg ... had 25 double-figure kill performances and has recorded 15 or more kills eight times ... ranks eighth on the UW career kills list (1,228) and was just the third Husky to amass 1,000 career points (1,311.5) ... had 23 kills at California (Oct. 7) and 20 kills at Arizona (Oct. 27) ... had seven blocks at Arizona State (Oct. 28) and six blocks vs. UCLA (Oct. 13).

2004 (JUNIOR): Pac-10 All-Conference first team ...honorable mention All-Pacific Region ... named to the Northwest Classic and NIU Invitational all-tournament teams ... played in 99 games and 28 matches, making 13 starts ...ranked second on the team with 4.20 kpg and 4.51 ppg with a .286 hitting percentage ... ranked second in the Pac-10 in kills per game and sixth in points per game ... had 24 double-digit kill performances ... tallied a career-best 23 kills vs. UCLA in the regional championship, earning all-tournament honors ... had 21 kills vs. Stanford in the national semifinal (Dec. 16) ... had 22 kills vs. Kansas in the NCAA second round (Dec. 4) ... had 21 kills vs. Oregon (Oct. 29) ... hit .400 or better seven times, including a .647 (12-1-17) performance vs. Butler and a .607 (19-2-28) performance vs. Oregon (Oct. 1) ... had 19 kills at Oregon State (Oct. 28), vs. Oregon (Oct. 1) and at Washington State (Nov. 5) ... had 18 kills at USC (Sept. 25) and vs. California (Oct. 22).

2003 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 30 matches and 106 games, making 21 starts ... ranked second on the team with 3.56 kpg and 3.90 ppg ... named to the Badger Invitational all-tournament team ... hit above .400 in first three matches of the season, including .722 (13-0-18) versus Wisconsin (Aug.30) ... posted double digit kills 23 times with a career-best 21 kills against Stanford in the NCAA quarterfinal (Dec. 12) ... logged 20 kills against Oregon State (Oct.11) and 19 against Idaho (Sept. 12) and UCLA (Nov. 1) ... tallied three aces versus UMKC (Aug. 29) in UW debut ... notched five or more digs 12 times, including nine against IPFW (Sept. 6) and UCLA (Oct. 3).

AT OHIO STATE: Played in 42 games for the Buckeyes as a middle blocker ... tallied 57 kills and ranked fifth on team with 1.36 kills per game ... recorded 17 blocks and ranked sixth on the team with 0.40 blocks per game ... logged three aces ...notched 26 digs and a 0.62 dpg average.

AT DEFINANCE HIGH SCHOOL: Won three letters as middle blocker for coach and mother Bretta Hagerty ... finished career with a 65-11 record ... maintained career averages of 6.65 kills, 0.43 aces, 1.02 blocks and 2.9 digs per game ... four-time Scholar-Athlete ... named 2001 Player of the Year, by the Western Buckeye League (WBL), the Defiance Crescent News and District 8 ... first team All-Ohio State as a senior ... three-time first team All-WBL selection ... set two state records as a senior, including 39 kills in a match and 577 kills in a season ... 2000 WBL Player of the Year ... two-time Sectional Champions (2000, 1999) ... also earned four letters in basketball and one in diving ... played for the Ft. Wayne Volleyball Club ... was a 1999 AAU gold medallist and 1996 AAU All-American.

PERSONAL: Born in Steubenville, Ohio to John and Bretta Hagerty ... has one brother (Luke) and one sister (Rachelle) ... Luke played baseball for Ball State and was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the first round for the 2002 draft ... Rachelle was selected to the high performance camp at the Olympic Training Center in 2001 ... a Sociology major.

Hagerty news and features:
At The Net With Brie Hagerty - Gohuskies.com (Aug. 24, 2005)
Finishing Force - Gohuskies.com (Sept. 16, 2004)
Q&A with Brie Hagerty - Gohuskies.com (Sept. 23, 2003)

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