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Ana Hagerup

Washington, D.C.
Georgetown Visitation Prep
High School
Ana Hagerup - Women's Lacrosse - Virginia Cavaliers


• Played in nine games with one start
• Dished out three assists
• Had six ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers
• Had a career-high two assists in win at William & Mary (3/2/17)
• Grabbed two ground balls, one draw control and caused turnover in win over Loyola (3/15/17)

• Appeared in four games
• Had a draw control against Virginia Tech (4/22)

• ACC Academic Honor Roll
• Appeared in five games
• Made her collegiate debut at William & Mary, taking a shot
• Scored her first career goal in the NCAA Tournament first-round game against Winthrop, scoring on an 8-meter
• Won a draw control in the Virginia Tech game

• Awarded Georgetown Visitation’s Benedicta Cup, annually given to one outstanding student-athlete out of the entire graduating class for leadership, athletics and academics
• Only student in recent history at Georgetown Visitation to letter in a varsity sport in every season beginning with freshman year
• Starter on 12 varsity teams that won 6 ISL banners
• Under Armour Senior All-American
• All League 2013 and 2014
• All Met 2nd Team 2014
• Named to the Inside Lacrosse magazine’s Top Rising Seniors and Top Rising Juniors lists
• Starting midfielder for a Georgetown Visitation team that ranked No. 4 in in the nation in 2013 with a record of 22-2, after capturing the first ISL Championship in school history in 2012
• Selected to 2012 Under Armour DC Metro team as a midfielder
• Selected to US Lacrosse All-Tournament Team at U15 Championships as a midfielder in July 2011
• Also was a four-year starter on the basketball team at Georgetown Visitation, which won four ISL Championships and was runner up in the 2014 DC City Championship
• All-Conference basketball selection in 2013 and 2014 and MVP of DC One City High School All Star game in 2014
• Also played four years of varsity tennis

• Parents are Stefan and Kathy Hagerup
• Has three younger siblings, Alexander, Lily and Leif
• Started a middle school lacrosse camp called, “29th Street Lacrosse Camp” (2013-14), which is dedicated to providing younger lacrosse players with high quality instruction and to help campers transition to high level competition lacrosse