|Hometown:||Coon Rapids, Minn.|
|High School:||Blaine H.S.|
Will serve as team captain for her senior year ... top returning scorer from the 2004-05 squad ... As a junior: Played in 33 out of 35 games ... scored 27 goals, including a team-high 21 in conference play ... finished third in team scoring with 48 points, and fourth in assists (21) ... placed on the second team All-Ivy and All-ECAC Hockey League, and third team All-USCHO.com ... named to both the Ivy League and the ECAC Hockey League all-academic teams for second consecutive year ... potted four hat tricks during the season ... recorded multiple points in 15 games ... had a seven-game point streak from Nov. 6-Dec. 11 (4g, 9a) ... scored nine points in a two-game set against Union, with a career-high six point (3g. 3a) outburst on Jan. 7 and another hat trick the following night ... in a key Ivy League weekend against Brown and Harvard on Feb. 4-5, netted five goals, including a hat trick vs. the Bears ... during the ECAC Hockey League playoffs, scored four goals and added three assists ... As a sophomore: Played all 34 games for the Big Green ... tied classmate Cherie Piper for team lead in assists (26) while finishing second in points (47) and third in goals (21) ... scored at least one point in 24 games ... recorded multiple points 17 times, including four points twice ... bounced back from a three-game pointless streak - what proved to be her longest of the year - with a hat trick and assist versus Yale on Nov. 22 ... also had three goals and an assist on Jan. 21 at Providence ... scored 15 points (9g, 6a) during season-best seven-game scoring streak from Jan. 21 to Feb. 8 ... during the ECAC Hockey League championship tournament (March 7-13), played a hand in six of the Big Green's nine goals (3g, 3a) ... named an honorable mention for All-ECAC Hockey League, and named to Ivy League and ECAC Hockey League all-academic teams ... As a freshman: Served a role as the helper on a prolific freshman scoring line with Gillian Apps and Cherie Piper, finishing with 27 points and 18 assists ... tied for fourth among ECAC Hockey League freshmen in assists ... scored one of her nine goals in a 4-2 victory against Minnesota in the Frozen Four third-place game ... also netted the gamewinning goal in a 4-2 victory over Princeton in the ECAC Hockey League semifinals ... recorded a career high three assists on two separate occasions, both against Colgate (11/15/02 and 3/8/03) ... notched her first multiple-goal game against Findlay (1/3/03) ... Elsewhere: Was a three-time all-state selection at Blaine High School, a strong team in a state known for great hockey ... as a senior, was the team's captain and leading scorer and was a finalist for Minnesota's Ms. Hockey award ... as a junior, led the squad to a 25-1-3 record as well as conference and section titles ... participated in the Junior National Camp at Lake Placid, N.Y., from 1999 to '02 ... selected to play in the USA Hockey Festival and for the U.S. U-22 team in Lake Placid in 2004 ... Personal: Tiffany Kathleen Hagge was born on May 3, 1984 ... majoring in philosophy ... daughter of Terry and Paulette Hagge.