Career Honors & Awards
Hagemann finished her career with a 75-50 record and a 2.55 ERA in 821.0 innings pitched. She made 161 appearances and started 119 games, tossing 20 shutouts among her 87 complete games. Hagemann also added eight saves and opponents hit only .205 against her. In addition to her record total of 988 strikeouts, Hagemann also averaged an impressive 8.4 strikeouts per seven innings. For her efforts, Hagemann was a two-time all-region selection and a two-time all-conference performer. In addition to holding two Husker pitching records, Hagemann also excelled off the field. She was a three-time academic all-district selection, and Hagemann earned second-team CoSIDA Academic All-America honors as a junior in 2011.
Senior Season 
In addition to the high strikeout total, Hagemann also proved difficult to hit, as opponents managed a paltry .210 average against her. She added seven shutouts and one save, while earning complete-game victories over then-No. 8 Arizona and then-No. 11 Missouri. Hagemann picked up 10 of her 23 wins during Nebraska’s Big Ten season, leading the Huskers to a third-place finish in their first year in the league. Hagemann led the Big Ten in strikeouts (320), innings pitched (261.1), complete games (34) and appearances (47), while ranking second in starts (38) and third in opponent average (.210) and wins (23). She was the only Big Ten pitcher to post 300 strikeouts in 2012.
On the national level, Hagemann not only ranked sixth in strikeouts, but she was 20th in strikeouts per seven innings and 39th in wins following the regular season. Hagemann also left her mark on the Husker record books in her senior season. Her 320 strikeouts were the second-most ever by a Husker senior and ranked fourth overall in school history. Hagemann also ranked fourth in school history with 34 complete games, sixth with 261.1 innings pitched and tied for 10th with 23 victories. Her 34 complete games also ranked second among senior pitchers in Nebraska history.
Junior Season 
For her efforts, Hagemann was a first-team All-Big 12 selection and a second-team all-region pick. Hagemann’s selection as a first-team all-conference performer was a noticeable achievement in a Big 12 Conference that featured five pitchers who went on to be named a first- or second-team All-American. Hagemann also picked up the second Big 12 pitcher-of-the-week honor of her career and was a second-team CoSIDA Academic All-American.
Hagemann ranked eighth nationally in strikeouts and 10th in wins during her junior season. Her outstanding season also left a mark on the Nebraska record book. Her 31 wins, 344 strikeouts, 267.1 innings pitched and 32 complete games were each an NU junior class record. Overall, Hagemann posted the second-highest strikeout total in school history, while ranking third in wins, fourth in complete games and fifth in innings pitched.
Hagemann posted a 20-3 record in February and March. She was the nation’s first pitcher to reach 10 wins and the second pitcher nationally to record 20 victories. Hagemann also became the only Husker pitcher to win 10 games in the month of February and to win 10 games in each of the first two months of the season. Two of those early-season wins were shutouts of top-10 opponents.
Hagemann fired a one-hit shutout against No. 10 Hawaii, before tossing a two-hit shutout against No. 1 Florida to give NU its only win against a No. 1 team. Hagemann was one of only two pitchers to shut out Florida in 2011, and the nation’s only pitcher to toss a seven-inning shutout against Texas Tech. She posted eight wins over ranked teams, including four victories over top-10 opponents.
Overall, Hagemann posted a 22-4 record with a 1.50 ERA during the non-conference season, including the NCAA Tournament. In the postseason, Hagemann allowed only five earned runs in 29.0 innings, good for a 1.21 ERA. In Big 12 play, Hagemann posted a respectable 9-9 record with a 2.11 ERA against a league that sent a nation-leading eight teams to the NCAA Tournament and a nation-best four teams to the Women’s College World Series. She started 17 of Nebraska’s 18 conference games, posting a 9-8 record with a 1.85 ERA in those starts.
Sophomore Season 
Hagemann’s 227 strikeouts were good for 10th place in the Nebraska record book, while her five saves tied for fifth in NU history and tied for the most ever by a Husker sophomore. She also ranked highly among all Big 12 pitchers in 2010, finishing second in saves, tied for third in appearances, fourth in strikeouts, fifth in innings pitched and complete games, sixth in starts, ninth in shutouts and tied for 10th in wins.
The hard-throwing right-hander gained experience and confidence throughout her sophomore season, setting the stage for a promising finish to her year. Hagemann started Nebraska’s final six games of 2010, with all six starts coming against NCAA Tournament teams, including five matchups against ranked teams. In those final six games, Hagemann posted a 2.08 ERA in 37.0 innings, allowing only 23 hits and striking out 39. In throwing every inning during the NCAA Tournament, Hagemann posted a 0.67 ERA, allowing only two earned runs and nine hits in 21.0 innings.
With increased time in the circle and her emergence as Nebraska’s ace down the stretch, Hagemann was limited offensively, batting .120 with a double and two RBIs in only 25 at bats. She was 2-for-6 with a double and one walk in seven trips to the plate during the conference season. Defensively, Hagemann committed two errors in 32 chances in the circle.
Freshman Season 
Opponents hit just .189 against her, as Hagemann posted the second-lowest opponent batting average of any pitcher in the Big 12 Conference. She allowed only 49 hits in 70.2 innings, but 25 of those hits went for extra-bases including 12 home runs. Hagemann added 97 strikeouts, averaging 9.61 strikeouts per seven innings to rank second in the league. She was hurt by the home run, as 20 of the 31 runs she allowed on the season scored off home runs, contributing to her 3.07 ERA.
With a larger-than-expected role in the circle, Hagemann saw only limited action at the plate. She hit .286 on the season, going 4-for-14 with one run scored and one walk.
Hagemann allowed only four hits and struck out 24 in 11.0 innings of work in the first weekend of her career. After losing a pair of decisions to NCAA Tournament teams - including national champion Washington - Hagemann rebounded by winning two of her next three starts. She struck out 10 and tossed a one-hitter while allowing one run against North Dakota, then allowed only two hits and one run at Wichita State the next day. Her next decision didn’t come until she earned a victory after allowing two runs in 4.1 innings against South Dakota. Hagemann won again a week later with a two-hitter against South Dakota State that marked the first shutout of her career.
During the Big 12 slate, Hagemann was 0-2 with a 3.36 ERA, but she allowed only three hits and struck out seven in 8.1 innings, as conference opponents hit only .107 against her.
Hagemann’s final two outings came in the NCAA Tournament, when she allowed two runs on four hits in 4.2 innings against ranked opponents Tennessee and Jacksonville State. On the season, Hagemann allowed only 10 hits and struck out 15 in 13.2 innings against ranked foes.
Hagemann left her mark on the Nebraska high school record books while winning four state titles and leading Elkhorn High School to a 123-11 record during her career. Hagemann set Nebraska Class B career records with 1,088 strikeouts, 86 victories, 67 shutouts, 14 consecutive shutouts, 170.0 consecutive shutout innings and 17 no-hitters. She owns the Class B season records with nine no-hitters as a senior, while ranking eighth in ERA with a 0.34 mark as a junior and ninth with a 0.38 ERA as a senior. Hagemann also struck out 20 batters to set the Class B record for strikeouts in a seven-inning game, while offensively, Hagemann’s 50 RBIs during her junior season are a Nebraska high school record, regardless of class.
In her senior season, Hagemann led Elkhorn to a Class B state record 30-1 finish. Hagemann went 25-1 with a 0.38 ERA as a senior and posted 346 strikeouts in 163.2 innings. Her ERA was the lowest in the state, while her 25 wins and 346 strikeouts both ranked second in the state.
At the plate, Hagemann hit .536 (37-for-69), with 10 doubles, six home runs and 37 RBIs. She led Class B in home runs and ranked second in RBIs.