21 Steve Hagen
21 Steve Hagen
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 190
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Brecksville, Ohio
High School: Brecksville-Broadview Heights
Position: P
Bats/Throws: R/R

Will be the ace and the workhorse of the pitching staff, as he’s proven to be durable and versatile enough to throw lots of innings … Keeps hitters off-balance with four different pitches that he can throw for strikes, including 90 M.P.H. fastball, and also excels at holding runners on … Named to the Northwoods League’s 2013 Postseason All-Star Team after excelling for the La Crosse Loggers as he went 7-1 with a 3.89 ERA and 59 strikeouts during 13 starts and 74.0 innings pitched … 2013: Was second-team all-Mideast Region (ABCA) as well as first-team all-NCAC … Used regularly as both a starter (10 games) and reliever (8), compiling an 8-3 record, one save, 2.56 ERA, and 61 strikeouts over 91.1 innings … Ranked 20th in NCAA Div. III in WHIP (0.91 per nine innings) and among top-100 nationally in six other categories … Led the league in innings pitched, and was second in ERA, wins, and opponents batting average (.213), and  third in strikeouts … Eight of his 10 starts were “quality starts” … Threw 136 pitches in a complete-game  3-2 victory over Penn State Behrend (May 16) in the NCAA Div. III Baseball Championship … Earned win in the winners’ bracket game of the NCAC Tournament, yielding one unearned run over 6.0 innings vs. Allegheny (May 9) … Became first Div. III pitcher since 1997 to go 14.0 innings in a single-game, no-hitting Oberlin from the 4th to the 13th before being tagged with a hard-luck 3-1 loss in the 14th (132 pitches) … Tossed a six-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts against Wabash (April 6) … 2012: Honorable mention on the All-NCAC Team … Played versatile role with nine starts and eight relief appearances, as he went 7-4 with five saves and totaled 71.0 innings … Tied for second in NCAC in wins and was second in saves, while leading the way in pickoffs with seven and ranking fourth in innings pitched … Earned win with three scoreless innings of relief in Wooster’s opening game of the NCAC Tournament vs. DePauw (May 3) … ERA would have been 2.25 for the season had it not been for one bad outing against Baldwin-Wallace (March 28) … Threw eight scoreless innings and won first career start, coming against No. 1 ranked Marietta (March 15) … 2011: Factored in seven decisions during 12 relief appearances, going 4-3 with a 6.04 ERA over 22.1 innings … Notched win in only NCAC tourney appearance vs. Wittenberg (April 28), yielding two runs in 1.2 innings … Went a season-high four innings and earned the win while holding Manchester (March 23) scoreless with season-high three strikeouts … First career victory came vs. Rhodes (March 16) … Prior to Wooster: All-conference in both baseball and basketball as a senior at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School … Helped lead the Bees to three Southwest Conference titles in baseball (2008-10) … Personal: Born on May 25, 1992 … Is the son of Daniel and Lynn Hagen … Double-majoring in mathematics and business economics.