13 Christina Hagner
13 Christina Hagner
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: San Francisco University High School
Position: Forward/Midfielder
House Affiliation: Adams

Senior (2009):
Played in 12 contests, starting seven ... Scored off a cross pass in win over Penn (Sept. 26) ... Netted a goal in first half in victory against Holy Cross (Sept. 29).

Junior (2008):
Started all 18 games for the Crimson ... Led the team lead with seven goals and was third with 15 points ... Ranked fourth in the Ivy League in goals ... Tallied a score in first half in NCAA tournament game against Northeastern (Nov. 14) ... Scored second-half tally in 3-1 victory over Yale (Oct. 4) ... Recorded three points, including a goal and assist, in Harvard’s 2-1 win over Cornell (Oct. 11); named to Ivy League weekly honor roll (Oct. 13) for her effort ... Added a score in her third-straight game in win against Maine (Oct. 15) ... Named COOP Student-Athlete of the Week and selected to Ivy League honor roll (Oct. 20) after scoring fourth game in a row at Brown (Oct. 18) ... Saw her goal-scoring streak reach five games after tallying a goal in 61st minute in win at Holy Cross (Oct. 20) ... Scored a goal in victory over Columbia in regular-season finale (Nov. 8).

Sophomore (2007):
Started eight of the 15 games she appeared in ... Recorded three assists on the season against Boston College (Oct. 9), Boston University (Sept. 14) and Columbia (Nov. 3) ... All three assists were on goals by Gina Wideroff.

Freshman (2006):
Named a “Top 100” recruit by Soccer Buzz ... Started all 17 games at the forward position ... Scored her first collegiate goal against Boston College (Sept. 9) ... Also had an assist in the game versus the Eagles ... Recorded assists against Penn (Sept. 24) and Cornell (Oct. 7).

High School:
Four-year starter in soccer at San Francisco University High ... Team captain as a senior ... Named school’s Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Three-time Bay Counties League West first team selection ... Two-time league MVP ... Two-time NSCAA High School All-America selection ... Set school’s scoring record as a sophomore, breaking a mark that had stood for 10 years ... Scored game-winning goal in North Coast Section championship game as a senior ... Team was ranked fifth nationally ... Invited to U-17 National Team camp ... Served as an assistant youth coach ... Enjoys surfing and photography ... Her older sister, Kimberly, played four years of soccer at Brown before graduating in 2005.

Four-year member of Cal-North ODP team ... Member of ODP regional IV team.