|| Ryan Hagen
2005-06 (Senior): Captained the squad ... Suffered an early season injury, but continued to compete, starting for the Cardinal at 184 pounds ... Started the season with a pair of victories at the Eastern Michigan Open ... Returned the mat in December ... Posted a 6-3 victory over Brandon Ceremello of Cal State Baskersfield to help the Cardinal to just its third win over the Roadrunners in program history ... Closed out his career at the Pac-10 Championships, but had to withdraw from the tournament after aggravating his knee injury.
2004-05 Season (Junior): Started for the Cardinal at 184 pounds, picking up 11 wins, including seven dual victories ... Posted four pins on the season, bringing his career total to 11 ... Wrestled unattached and capture sixth place at the Central Missouri Open ... Won his first two bouts by fall ... Added a 2-1 victory against Missouri's J.C. Russell to ensure a sixth-place finish ... Returned to the Cardinal lineup in time for the Reno Tournament of Champions ... Posted two wins, both by fall ... Competed at Midlands ... Scored a pair of victories at the Lone Star Duals with a 4-2 win over Air Force's Zane Hershey and an 8-2 win versus Harvard's Billy Colgan ... Helped Stanford's dual effort against Iowa State with an 8-5 victory over Grant Turner ... Finished in sixth place at the Pac-10 Championships after recording a pair of wins ... Scored his first victory over Cal State Bakersfield's Scott O'Rear with a pin at 3:27.
2003-04 Season (Sophomore): Competed at 174 pounds ... Posted a 7-1 decision over Central Missouri State's Jamie Newton at the CMS Open to start the season ... Tallied three wins at the Cal Open in November, two by fall ... Recorded four wins at Midlands ... Placed fifth in the Aggie Open with four wins ... Recorded his first victory by fall just 55 seconds into the bout ... Also posted two wins by fall at the All Cal Invitational.
2002-03 Season (Freshman): Posted 16 wins in his rookie campaign, including three by fall ... Won his first three dual matches to start the year ... Pinned Menlo's David de la Fuente at 2:11 in his collegiate debut ... Tacked on his second win later that night with a 6-4 overtime victory over Navy's Michael Barikian ... Defeated San Francisco State's Michael Cordsen, 7-6 ... Took third at the Aggie Open at 174 pounds, after posting five wins, including victories over Minnesota's Casey Flaherty and Penn's Dustin Whiles and Greg Hallahan.
2001-02 Season (Redshirt): Redshirted his first season.
High School: A three-time Montana state champion ... Placed fourth at the Cadet Freestyle Nationals ... An Honorable Mention All-American ... Earned All-State honors in football as a free safety ... Placed fourth in the one-mile and fifth in the 800m at the state track meet ... Valedictorian of his graduating class ... Coached by Guy Melby at Sidney High School.
Personal: Major is Civil Engineering.
Hagen's Year-by-Year Statistics
|2002 || Redshirted |
|2003 ||16-12 ||4-5 ||3 ||0 |
|2004 ||14-9 ||0-0 ||4 ||1 |
|2005 ||11-13 ||7-6 ||4 ||0 |
|2006 ||3-16 ||1-7||0 ||0 |
| 44-50 || 12-18 || 11 || 1
Last Updated: 6/2/06