2017 All-MAWPC Second Team ... 2016 All-MAWPC Championship Second Team ... graduated ranked second among Bison in career ejections drawn (226) and 10th in career games played (116) ... also fourth in school history in single-season ejections drawn (70, 2015).
2017: All-MAWPC Second Team ... played in all 31 games, making 27 starts ... finished fifth on the team with 42 points on 38 goals and four assists ... goal total was good for third among Bison ... team leader with 56 ejections drawn ... also posted 20 steals ... enjoyed nine multi-goal games ... netted season-high six goals against Johns Hopkins (9/23) ... also recorded four goals against Wagner (10/7) and a hat trick against Johns Hopkins (10/28) ... recorded half of his assists against La Salle (9/16) ... drew season-best six ejections against No. 18 George Washington (9/23), the team's season-high total ... logged season-best three steals against Salem International (9/17) and No. 15 Brown (10/14) ... became the second Bison to draw at least 200 ejections in his career ... earned Outstanding Recognition on the ACWPC All-Academic Team.
2016: Named to the All-MAWPC Championship Second Team after totaling five goals, seven ejections drawn and three steals at the three-game event ... appeared in all 28 games with 11 starts overall ... third on team with 38 goals ... also totaled nine assists, 19 steals and 62 ejections drawn ... ranked second on team in ejections drawn ... had at least one ejection drawn in 23 of 28 games ... 21 games with multiple ejections drawn, including a season-high six in NCAA loss at Harvard ... six ejections drawn equaled the most by a Bison player all year ... season-high four steals came in win at Fordham ... earned Outstanding Recognition on the ACWPC All-Academic Team.
2015: Appeared in all 31 games, making 20 starts … second on team with 59 goals on 97 shots as well as a team-best 70 ejections drawn … tallied 21 steals … only committed 11 ejections on the season … scored in 26 of 31 games … tied season-high with five goals in a single game in two separate contests … multi-goal games in eight of nine consecutive matches starting in September at the Bison Invitational … recorded seven ejections drawn versus George Washington, and had six more the game before against Washington & Jefferson for 13 ejections drawn over a two-game stretch … 70 ejections drawn ranks fourth in a single season since 2000 … earned Outstanding Recognition on the ACWPC All-Academic Team
2014: Saw action in 26 games and started 13 ... moved into the starting lineup at beginning of Santa Clara Rodeo in late October and did not leave ... third on team with 40 goals ... at least one goal in each of first 16 games ... had at least one goal in 23 of 26 contests ... season-high three goals on five occasions ... second on team with 38 ejections drawn ... season-high six ejections drawn in regular-season win over nationally ranked Navy ... ranked fifth on squad with 40 points ... selected to play in the USA Water Polo Men's National League shortly after conclusion of season ... named CWPA Southern Division Rookie of the Week Oct. 9 after a three-goal, four-ejection drawn performance in a win over Navy.
High School: Four-year water polo letterwinner at Malvern Prep … also a member of basketball and swimming teams … all-time leading water polo scorer at Malvern Prep … two-time All-Eastern Prep Team … selected to water polo National Selection Camp … two-year First Team All-Inter-Ac … Inter-Ac MVP … team captain and MVP.
Personal: Jeffrey Benjamin Hagen … born March 14, 1996 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania … son of Ken and Joan Hagen ... has one sister, Katie, who played lacrosse at Washington & Lee University ... majoring in accounting and financial management.