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Kristin Hagert, a former Loyola lacrosse player, is in her fourth season as an assistant coach with the Loyola women's lacrosse team. Hagert's primary responsibilities are with the Greyhounds' defensive unit.
She joined the Loyola coaching staff in 2004 after spending two seasons on the coaching staff at William & Mary.
A 2001 graduate from Loyola, Hagert worked as a recruiter, teacher and scout, as well as defensive coach at William & Mary.
In 2003, while serving as a full-time assistant with the Tribe, Hagert helped William & Mary achieve a No. 17 national ranking. In 2004, the Tribe won 10 games before losing to James Madison in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship Game.
Hagert graduated Summa Cum Laude from Loyola in 2001. As a Greyhound student-athlete, she helped the women's lacrosse team earn two CAA titles and compile a four-year overall record of 56-19.
Hagert guided the `Hounds to a Final Four appearance in 2000, earning All-Tournament Team honors in the process. She was a preseason All-America selection in 2001 and again helped Loyola reach the Final Four. She picked up All-CAA First Team honors and was again named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team.
In 2001, Hagert took a teaching position at St. Mary's School in England where she also served as resident lacrosse coach. She became a member of the Berkshire Wanderers Elite Lacrosse Club Team before leaving for William & Mary in the summer of 2002.
Hagert, 28, resides in the Greater Baltimore area. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an emphasis in Journalism and English at Loyola in 2001 and also completed a Master's Degree in Liberal Studies at Loyola. Hagert finished her second Master's Degree, from William & Mary, in Higher Education Administration.