Career - Concluded his career ranked third all-time at MU in total wins (133), fourth in singles victories (68) and fifth in doubles decisions (65).
2008-09 (Senior) - Claimed MU's Coaches Attitude Award ... All-BIG EAST selection ... finished 21-14 overall in singles as MU's primary No. 1 player ... was 13-7 at the top position ... collected seven victories in his final 10 outings ... earned victories of DePaul and Villanova at the BIG EAST Championship ... dual match campaign included five-straight victories ... accounted for a total of 13 doubles decisions ... teamed up with Niko Boulieris to post an 8-4 overall mark, with all of the wins coming in dual action at the No. 1 position ... earned fourth letter at MU.
Junior (2007-08) - Hagan saw action in 34 singles matches on the season, posting an overall record of 16-17. He was 12-10 in dual matches, with a majority of his action coming at the No. 1 position. He was 10-8 in duals at No. 1 and earned a 2-2 slate at No. 2 in limited action. Helped account for a total of 18 doubles victories. A majority of his decisions in doubles action came when teamed up with Dusan Medan. The tandem of Hagan and Medan claimed the Flight "B" title at the Ball State Fall Invitational. The duo posted a 10-7 overall record, including a 6-3 mark in dual competition. Hagan and Niko Boulieris were 6-1 in duals, including a win in the BIG EAST Championship over St. John's. He earned his third letter at MU.
Sophomore (2006-07) -- Hagan had a strong outing his sophomore season playing in 35 matches. His 18 overall wins were second on the team. Hagan posted an 11-9 record in dual play, all coming at the No. 1 spot. He went 1-1 in conference play with a win over Georgetown. Hagan started slow, winning just one match in his first four, but quickly rebounded with a win against Chicago State and posted a 7-3 record over the next 10 matches. In doubles play, Hagan teamed with Pete Van Lieshout for 24 matches. The duo posted a 14-10 overall record and 12-6 in dual play at the no. 3 slot. They earned a 2-1 BIG EAST record with wins over Georgetown and DePaul.
Freshman (2005-06) -- In his first season as a Golden Eagle, the versatile Hagan played at least one match at no. 1-5 singles en route to a 13-9 overall record for the season. After not seeing action in the fall season, Hagan won five straight matches to start the spring season. Was 3-2 in BIG EAST Conference play with wins over Georgetown, Rutgers and Villanova. Went 6-2 in three set matches and was 2-1 when the match went to a tie-breaker. Teamed with fellow freshman Stephen Shao in doubles going 12-6 at no. 3 doubles and 3-1 at no. 2 doubles for an overall 15-8 record with Shao.
Prior to Marquette -- Hagan competed at No. 1 singles for Centennial High School where he went 16-0 his senior year and was inducted into the Hall of Fame of Centennial. He was a four year letter winner in tennis and was a member of the 2004-2003 Championship Junior Davis Cup Team. He was named 2004 Most Valuable Player of the Centennial tennis team and spent time on the National Zonal Team Southern.
Personal -- Born in Alpharetta, Ga., on February 4, 1987 he is the oldest son of Scott and Julie Hagan. His younger sister is Taylor