University of Washington
- Business Administration (Marketing)
Jenna Hagglund is a two-time honoree on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VIII team, earning first-team honors in 2008 and second-team honors in 2009. A Pac-10 All-Academic second team selection in 2008 and honorable mention in 2009, Hagglund currently owns a 3.53 cumulative grade point average.
“Jenna makes progress every day and the great ones know they have to make progress in every facet on and off the court. She has made significant changes in her game which is a sign of maturity, and will see her greatest return as a player and leader this year.” - Head Coach Jim McLaughlin
“When Jenna talks, her peers listen as she is a thoughtful, committed leader. A self-motivated, enthusiastic leader, Jenna is able to motivate others toward a common goal, whether it be on the volleyball court or while working on a community service endeavor. She is dependable and follows through on all commitments. Jenna demonstrates character, integrity and sportsmanship in her interactions with coaches, student-athletes, and members of the community.” - Kim Durand, Assoc. AD for Student Development
Hagglund has done volunteer work at Seattle Children’s Hospital as well as the Ronald McDonald House. She was a team captain in 2009 and the team’s representative to the Washington Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (WSAAC) for two years, a post selected by her teammates.
A two-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American, earning third-team honors in 2008 and 2009, Hagglund was the only setter on the 2009 All-Pac-10 team as a junior and was All-Pac-10 honorable mention in 2008, and a Pac-10 All-Freshman Team pick in 2007. She has moved up to second place on UW’s career assists chart with 3,996. In 2009, she ran the Washington offense that led the Pac-10 in attack percentage at .288. Last season, she ranked 19th nationally with 11.30 assists per set after ranking second in the NCAA as a sophomore with 12.17. The Huskies have been Pac-10 runners-up each of her first three seasons. She needs less than 600 assists to move into the Pac-10 career top 10.