Career Honors & Awards
Haget was a second-team All-Big 12 selection as a sophomore in 2010. She also earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honors as a junior in 2011, as she carried a cumulative grade-point average above 3.9 while earning her degree in forensic science in August of 2012. She was also a three-time academic all-district and three-time academic all-conference performer.
Haget also left her mark on the Nebraska recore book, ending her career with the 10th-highest batting average in school history, while scoring the sixth-most runs in Husker history.
Senior Season 
Haget produced 18 multi-hit games in 2012, including her third career four-hit game at New Mexico State. She also produced a nine-game hitting streak and she reached base safely in teh final 17 games of her career. Haget finished eighth in the Big Ten in runs scored and second in at bats. Haget excelled in conference play, batting .333 in Big Ten games. She struck out only seven times in 84 conference at bats, while posting a .378 on-base percentage. Haget also produced 28 hits and scored 17 runs in only 23 conference games.
In the classroom, Haget continued to perform as one of Nebraska's top student-athletes. She was honored for her efforts with a third straight selection to the academic all-district team, while also earning a third consecutive academic all-conference accolade.
Junior Season 
Haget led Nebraska with 62 hits and 51 runs scored in 2011. She produced a team-best 16 multi-hit games and tied her career high with two RBIs against Oklahoma State on May 14. Haget also tied her career high with four hits in a 4-for-4 effort against San Jose State in the second game of the season. She also tied the Nebraska record by scoring four times against the Spartans. Two days later, Haget went 2-for-3 against Cal State Fullerton, recording a double and the only home run of her career.
Haget went on to bat .402 during the non-conference portion of Nebraska’s schedule. Although her numbers dipped while facing a first- or second-team All-America pitcher in 10 of the Huskers’ 18 conference games, Haget still ranked third on the team in batting average during the conference season, while adding eight walks. Half of Haget’s total RBIs came during Big 12 play. Haget also excelled against the top competition, posting a .292 batting average in Nebraska’s 28 games against NCAA Tournament teams. Haget ended her season with a five-game hitting streak, including hitting safely in each of Nebraska’s four NCAA Tournament games. She went 6-for-17 at the Stanford Regional, to lead NU with a .353 batting average.
Defensively, Haget made several spectacular plays in center field, including a diving catch that sparked a game-ending double play in a 1-0 win over top-ranked Florida on March 12 that gave the Huskers their only win ever over the nation’s No. 1 team. She committed only two errors and led all outfielders with four assists on the season.
Sophomore Season 
A slapper, Haget posted a .405 on-base percentage and scored 39 runs. She showed the ability to both set the table for the middle of the order and produce clutch hits to drive in runs. As a leadoff hitter, Haget reached base 45 percent of the time and with two outs, she batted .354 and produced eight of her 12 RBIs. Haget also finished with six doubles in her slapping role.
Haget maintained her impressive numbers even during a tough Big 12 Conference schedule. She batted .345 in league games, while also producing team-high totals of 10 runs scored and two stolen bases. Haget also ranked second on the squad with four doubles and was fourth with five RBIs, impressive totals for a slapper. In Big 12 play, Haget tied for ninth in the league in hits and 10th in doubles, helping her earn a spot on the All-Big 12 second team.
Defensively, Haget continued to improve throughout the season, committing only two errors after the first month of the season. In her first season as an outfielder, Haget committed seven errors in 61 chances.
Freshman Season 
Haget scored the first run of her career during the Huskers’ season-opening win over Dayton. She added another run the next day before being sidelined for more than a month with an injury. She returned to action to score a run in both games of a two-game series at Texas A&M, including the game-tying run with two outs in the seventh inning of game two, a contest the Huskers won in extra innings.
She went on to score seven runs while pinch-running in 16 of Nebraska’s 18 Big 12 Conference games. Haget added her final run of the season against Jacksonville State in the NCAA Tournament.
As a senior in 2007, Haget led Class B and ranked second in the state with a .550 average (55-for-100). Her 55 hits led Class B and ranked second in the state, while she also scored a Class B-high 43 runs. Haget added five doubles and three triples as a senior while completing her prep career as a four-time state champion with a 3-2 victory over Beatrice.
Haget hit .500 for her career, the third-best total in Nebraska high school history and the highest average in Class B history.
Haget was also known for her work in the classroom, as she carried a cumulative 4.0 grade-point average in her high school career.