|High School:||Regis Jesuit HS|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016-17): (XC) WCC Cross Country All-Academic Honorable Mention ... CoSIDA Academic All-America® Nominee ... ran four times ... 8-kilometer season-best 26:44.8 at the Stanford Invitational.
(TRACK) Ran twice at 1,500 meters, once at 3,00 meters and twice at 5,000 meters ... 1,500-meter season-best 4:11.36 at the Kim Duyst Invitational ... 3,000-meter season-best 9:12.96 at the Fresno State Bulldog Invitational ... 5,000-meter season-best 15:47.23 at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015-16): (XC) Ran the 8k at the USF Invitational in 27:20.1 in his Bronco debut … ran a 7250m time of 24:05 at the San Francisco State Quad Meet … ran a personal best 8k time of 26:56.7 in the Open race at the Bronco Invitational … finished with an 8k time of 27:20 at the Banana Slug Invitational.
(TRACK) Ran once at 800 meters, twice at 1,500 meters and four times at 5,000 meters in his first season on the track with the Broncos ... 800-meter season-best 2:07.27 at the Woody Wilson Classic ... 1,500-meter season-best 4:19.84 at the Kim Duyst Invitational ... 5,000-meter season-best 15:47.32 at the Johnny Mathis Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Regis Jesuit High School in 2015 ... high school coaches were Andrew Drysdale, Ryan Taylor and Gene Kamrass … team captain as a senior ... Raiders qualified for state meet for the first time in four years during O’Hagan’s senior season … Academic All-American as a junior and senior … All-Continental League and All-Conference honors as a senior.
Cross Country: 5k – 16:20.
Track: 800m — 2:03 ... 1600m — 4:35 ... 3200m — 9:53.
PERSONAL: Parents are Michael and Mary Beth O’Hagan ... has a younger sister, Maggie, and younger brother, Joe … hobbies include ceramics, music, art, baseball, basketball and fishing … Jesuit Secondary Education Association Award winner as a senior … Student Council – Service and Pastoral Chair as a senior … Senior Retreat Leader … volunteer Assistant Distance Coach for Zoom Track Club junior and senior year … volunteered in Warren Village’s Early Childhood Care center junior and senior year … volunteered in middle school classrooms at Tennyson Center … member of Diversity Club at Regis junior and senior year … Junior Ambassador for Regis freshman and sophomore year … member of National Honor Society junior and senior Year (officer senior year).
WHY O’HAGAN CHOSE SANTA CLARA: “I chose Santa Clara because I want to be surrounded by individuals who are on a mission to better themselves, first and foremost, as men and women for others. I liked how Santa Clara wants to challenge me as much I want to challenge myself. I’m studying in the Civil Engineering department, but I’m also looking forward to taking classes in philosophy and psychology, among others that I’m sure I don’t know yet.
The challenge to better the whole individual is remarkably present in the cross country program. The passion with which the coaches and captains lead the team is inspiring and I look forward to that example every morning when it’s early and I want nothing more than to sleep. The team gives me something to look forward to that is greater than myself, and I am thrilled to be a part of the success that I see the team having this year and in the coming years.”