JENNA HAGGLUND PHOTO GALLERY
Hagglund Media Hagglund Named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District (Nov.6, 2008)
Jenna Hagglund Sets High Bar For Excellence (Oct. 23, 2008; UW Daily)
Huskies' Hagglund Beyond Compare (Nov. 8, 2007; Seattle PI)
2010 (As A Senior)
Finished outstanding career by playing all 113 sets for the Huskies as the starting setter, leading the Dawgs to the NCAA Elite Eight for the second time in her four years ... finished with 5,326 career assists, second-most in Washington history and 10th-most in Pac-10 Conference history ... ranked 11th in the NCAA and third in the Pac-10 with an 11.77 assists per set average ... one of 10 finalists for the inaugural Lowe's Senior CLASS Award for volleyball, eventually earning Second Team honors ... named All-Pac-10 honorable mention ... finished third in UW history in total sets played with 437 ... 12.19 assists per set career average also ranks second in school history ... her 1,330 assists in 2010 were ninth-most in UW single season history ... directed the Husky offense to a .283 hitting percentage, which ranked 16th nationally and fourth in the Pac-10 ... the team hit over .300 on 16 occasions, and over .400 twice ... six matches with 50+ assists, including a season-best 61 assists on Oct. 29 at UCLA ... matched her career-best with five kills on five swings vs. Eastern Illinois for a perfect 1.000 hitting percentage ... led the team with eight double-doubles, including performances of 37 assists and 11 digs in NCAA Second Round upset of No. 7 Hawai'i and 48 assists and 12 digs in NCAA Round of 16 upset of No. 3 Nebraska ... season-best 15 digs to go with 54 assists in four sets at No. 2 Stanford on Oct. 15 ... averaged 0.86 points per set, a career-best in the 25-point format ... tallied a career-best 68 total blocks ... named the MVP of the Pittsburgh Blue & Gold Invitational, averaging 12.80 assists per set in three sweeps, and tallying nine kills on nine attempts while the Huskies hit .370 as a team ... she was named Pac-10 Player of the Week after the Pittsburgh tournament, the third award of her career ... also named to the Northwest Challenge All-Tournament Team ... named to the Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team.
2009 (As A Junior)
An AVCA All-America Third Team selection for the second-straight season ... the only setter named to the All-Pac-10 Conference Team ... a member of the All-Pacific Region Team ... second-straight honor on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VIII Team and was Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... played in all 105 sets and 30 matches ... moved up to second-place on UW's career assists chart with 3,996 ... piloted the UW offense which led the Pac-10 in hitting and ranked sixth nationally at .288 ... she ranked fourth in the Pac-10 with 1,187 assists for the season ... averaged 11.30 assists per set for the season, ranking 19th nationally, and upped that to 12.12 during Pac-10 play ... tallied a season-high 67 assists against Oregon on Nov. 27 ... had 25 matches with 30+ assists, fourteen with 40+ assists, five with 50+ assists and two with 60+ assists ... had 10 double-doubles in assists and digs ... had five consecutive matches with digs in double-figures from Nov. 6 to Nov. 21 ... recorded 15 service aces on the season ... also registered 38 blocks on the season with a season-high six blocks against Colorado State ... had a career-high five kills against Florida on five attacks for a perfect 1.000 hitting percentage.
2008 (As A Sophomore)
Named third team All-America ... Honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... Second-team Pac-10 All-Academic ... played in all 114 sets in all 32 matches ... Led the Pac-10 and finished second in the nation in assists per set, averaging 12.17 ... Fourth all-time in career assists at Washington ... Named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Oct. 13 after recording a pair of double-doubles and helping the Huskies sweep UCLA and USC at home, marking the first time in program history Washington defeated both USC and UCLA twice in the same season ... Named AVCA Sports Imports Division I National Player of the Week on Oct. 14, becoming the first Husky since 2005 so honored ... Totaled 50+ assists in nine matches ... Recorded 60+ assists five times ... Recorded less than 30 assists in only one match ... Registered a career-high 25 digs at UCLA on Oct.10 ... Had two multi-ace matches ... Put up 44 blocks on the season and amassed 249 digs.
2007 (As A Freshman)
Pac-10 All-Freshman Team pick ... honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection ... played in 105 games and 30 matches ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Nov. 5 after helping the Huskies to a road sweep of Arizona and Arizona State ... tallied up a total of 95 assists and 23 digs in the two matches ... had six double-doubles (assists/digs) ... ranked second in the Pac-10 and 10th in the nation in assists per game at 13.54, which was also the fifth-best single season mark in UW history ... finished with 1,422 assists, the sixth best mark single-season total at the UW ... already ranks 10th all-time at the UW in assists ... led the Huskies in assists in all 30 matches that she appeared in ... led the team in aces eight times ... posted a season-best five aces at Stanford (Oct. 12) ... started the season with six straight matches of 41 or more assists ... had 23 matches of 40 or more assists, 11 matches of 50 or more, five matches of 60 or more and three matches of 70 or more ... recorded 146 assists over the last two matches, including 76 vs. Missouri (Nov. 30) and 70 vs. BYU (Dec. 1) ... her 76 assists against Missouri were two off the school record of 78 ... also had 16 digs vs. Missouri, which was a season-high ... recorded a then-season-best 14 digs at Arizona State on Nov. 2 ... put up 75 assists and a season-high eight total blocks at USC on Nov. 16 ... season-high of four kills came against Fresno State (Aug. 25) ... had four service aces and 11 digs vs. Washington State (Oct. 26).
In High School
A four-year letterwinner at Lakota High School ... led team two league championships as a junior and senior ... three-time first team All-Greater Miami Conference selection, including Player of the Year honors as a senior ... also earned Cincinnati Player of the Year and first team all-state awards as a senior ... two-time team MVP ... team captain in 2005 and 2006 ... played club volleyball for Team Z from 2005-06 under the direction of Ron Mahlerwein and Steve Aird ... also played club for Cincy Classics from 2002-05 under Lisa and Ron Mahlerwein and Torn Hogan ... led team to fifth place finishes at the 2004 and 2005 Junior Olympic nationals in the 15 open and 17 open divisions ... team placed 21st in the 18 open division in 2006 ... member of the USA Youth National A3 camp in 2005 and A2 team in 2006 ... part of the Junior National Red team that won the Junior National High Performance Championships International Division ... named "Best Setter" of the tournament ... ranked 29th nationally among the prep class of 2007 by PrepVolleyball.com .
Born in New Brunswick, N.J. to Stu and Susan Hagglund ... has a younger brother, Nick.
Getting To Know Jenna
Favorite Food: Skyline Chili
Favorite Song: Everything (Buckcherry)
Favorite non-Husky sports team: Cincinnati Bengals
Most people don't know that I love: Broadway and theatre
Favorite Part of Being a Husky: I love being able to wear my purple around with pride. There's a sense of respect when I walk around in my sweats or team gear that's empowering.
Current Cell Phone Ring: "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz
Weirdest Thing a Coach Ever Said to Me: "You're setting like your fingers are forks!"