Senior Year (2011-12): Team captain ... played in all 32 games ... scored seven goals and 11 assists for 18 points ... scored an empty-net goal and unassisted goal on Clarkson on Nov. 12 and scored at Yale ... earned assists against Brown, Colgate and UConn ... scored twice within 12 seconds against Harvard on Dec. 10, the fastest consecutive goals by one player at Princeton, and the 17th fastest all-time in the NCAA ... ... had an unassisted goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie with Niagara at the Mariucci Classic ... scored vs. Dartmouth on Feb. 3 ... had an assist at Clarkson and a goal at St. Lawrence on the road ... earned two helpers in a 6-2 win at RPI on Feb 18 ... assisted on both Princeton’s goals in a 4-2 lsos in game 1 of the first round series at Yale on March 2 ... assisted on two goals in a 5-4 OT win at Yale the next night in game 2.
• The 1941 Championship Trophy (team award)
• The Blackwell Trophy (team award)
Junior Year (2010-11): Appeared in just three games because of injuries.
Sophomore Year (2009-10): One of five Tigers to appear in all 31 games … scored seven goals and added four assists for 11 points … all seven goals and two assists came in the final 12 games of the regular season … registered assists in games against Yale … snapped a 34-game goalless streak with the game-winning tally at Harvard … made it back-to-back game winners with Princeton's fourth goal in a 5-3 win at Dartmouth … added an empty-net goal and assisted on the game winner versus Cornell … had an assist in a loss at Union … scored in Princeton's win at Rensselaer … had a goal in a loss to Yale … scored in the regular season finale, a win over Brown … had Princeton's first goal in the first game of the ECAC playoffs against Harvard.
Freshman Year (2008-09): Appeared in 25 games as a freshman ... had three goals and two assists for five points ... made his collegiate debut on Nov. 7 against Cornell ... scored his first two collegiate goals to give Princeton a 2-0 lead in a win over then fourth-ranked Northeastern ... added an assist in Princeton's win over Minnesota State ... opened the scoring in Princeton's win over Harvard ... added an assist in a loss at Harvard.
Before Princeton: Graduated from St. Jean De Brebeuf Catholic Secondary School ... played junior hockey for the Hamilton Red Wings of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League the last three seasons ... ranked sixth in the league in scoring last season with 82 points in 49 games on 24 goals and 58 assists ... served as his team’s captain and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player ... was the OPJHL Player of the Month in November ... was a member of conference championship winning teams the previous two seasons ... won his team’s best defensive forward award in 2007.
Personal: Full name is Marc Alan Hagel ... birthday is Sept. 2 ... son of Mark and Helen Hagel ... father attended Brock ... mother attended Niagara ... has an older brother Kyle who played hockey at Princeton and graduated in June and now plays in the ECHL ... has twin brother Jonathon that attends the University of Western Ontario.
| Career Highs
||Career Firsts|| Multiple/Game
|| 2, 2x MR vs. Harvard (12/10/11)
|| vs. Northeastern (11/28/08)
|| 2 (2- 2x)
|Assists|| 2, 3x MR at Yale (3/3/12)
||vs. Minnesota State (12/29/08)|| 3 (2- 3x)
||2, 8x MR at Yale (3/3/12)||G vs. Northeastern (11/28/08)|| 7 (2- 7x)
|Club:||Hamilton Red Wings (OPJHL)|