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#87 Spencer Hagan
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 220
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
High School: Capital Christian HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Hagan played in all 28 games possible off the bench during the 2010 and 2011 seasons as well as the first three contests of 2012 before his streak ended when he suffered a career-ending injury in the third game of 2012 at Ohio State. Hagan attempted to come back from the injury but eventually medically retired as a fifth-year senior during the team’s 2013 training camp. He finished his career with 12 receptions for 94 yards receiving and two touchdowns with all of the stats coming during his 2011 sophomore season. Hagan received the Henry J. “Tiny” Bates Award presented by the Sacramento Grid Club in his final season with the program and graduated from Cal in December of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies.

Career Stats
Game Logs: 2012 | 2011 | 2010

After Cal
► Serving as a graduate assistant with Hawai’i in 2014 assistant the offensive coaches and the tight end unit
                                                                       
Cal Career (2009-12)
► Played in all 28 games possible off the bench during the 2010 and 2011 seasons as well as the first three contests of 2012 before the streak ended when he suffered a career-ending injury in the third game of 2012 at Ohio State
► Spent four seasons with the Cal program as a player from 2009-12, contributing 12 receptions for 94 yards and two touchdown catches, with all of his receiving stats coming in 2011
► Played both tight end and wide receiver throughout his playing career, starting with two seasons of wide receiver in 2009 and 2010 before moving to tight end in 2011 and 2012 and back to wide receiver in 2013
 
Senior (2013)
► Received the Henry J. “Tiny” Bates Award presented by the Sacramento Grid Club to a Northern California/Sacramento area senior that exemplifies outstanding performance and citizenship both on the field and in the classroom in April of 2014 during its annual Tiny Bates Award dinner
► Medically retired during training camp prior to the start of the season and served as a team manager for the remainder of the campaign
► Missed spring practices due to injury

Junior (2012)
► Played in the team’s first three games off the bench without recording any other stats before suffering a season-ending injury at Ohio State
► Had a memorable 40-yard touchdown reception from Zach Kline that proved to be the winning margin in a 21-20 Gold victory over Blue in the spring game

Sophomore (2011)
► Played in all 13 games off the bench and posted the first receiving stats of his career, catching 12 passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns
► Caught a 16-yard touchdown pass from Zach Maynard for his first career reception vs. Presbyterian and added another score on a three-yard toss from Maynard that accounted for key points early in the fourth quarter of a 31-28 loss at Stanford
► Posted career highs of four catches and 30 receiving yards at Oregon
► Had seven catches, 48 receiving yards and a touchdown reception over his final three contests, including three grabs for 23 yards in the regular-season finale at Arizona State, and two catches both vs. Oregon State (18 yards) and at Stanford (seven yards, TD)

Freshman (2010)
► Played in all 12 contests off the bench primarily on special teams

Freshman (2009)
► Redshirted
► Did not play
► Named one of two Scout Team Players of the Year on special teams

Capital Christian HS (Class of 2009)
► Finished with career varsity totals of 145 receptions and 2,629 receiving yards, both all-time school records
► Caught 54 passes for 1,018 yards and 13 touchdowns in his 2008 senior campaign after catching 52 balls for 928 yards and eight TDs as a 2007 junior, and making 39 receptions for 683 yards and six scores in his 2006 sophomore season
► Earned first-team All-State honors as a senior by both Rivals and MaxPreps, while also being named second-team All-City by the Sacramento Bee
► Selected to play in the The Holiday Classic All-Star Game pitting the top players from Sacramento and the East Bay following his senior season
► Earned All-Golden Empire League and All-City recognition as well as All-Academic honors in both his 2007 junior and 2008 senior campaigns while leading his squad to back-to-back playoff appearance, as well as the Sac-Joaquin Section title game as a junior
► A National Gatorade Scholar-Athlete award winner as a junior

Recruiting Rankings (Class of 2009)
► Ranked as the No. 2 receiver in Northern California by ESPN

Other
► Full name is Spencer Allan Hagan
► Born February 19, 1991
► Parents are Scott and Karen Hagan
► The youngest of four children in his family, including brother Kramer, who spent time on the football team at Azusa Pacific
► Married to the former Breana Collins
► Graduated from Cal in December of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies

Hagan's Career Game Highs
Receptions: 4 (at Oregon, 2011)
Receiving Yards: 30 (at Oregon, 2011)
Receiving TDs: 1 (twice, last at Stanford, 2011)
Long Reception: 16TD (vs. Presbyterian, 2011)
All-Purpose Yards: 30 (at Oregon, 2011)
Points: 6 (twice, last at Stanford, 2011) 

Last Updated
August 10, 2014

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