Duggan Hahn - 27
2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2012 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
Played in four games starting the finale against Tennessee ... Recorded one shot against UT.
Appeared in five games as a junior... Totaled 63 minutes of action as a reserve forward... Named to the 2012 Fall Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
Appeared in 16 games, making five starts as a forward... Assisted on Dana Schwartz's game-winning goal against Samford... Shots on goal against Tennessee and Ole Miss... Logged a season-high 62 minutes at Auburn... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Played in all 20 games for the Commodores, earning a spot in the starting lineup twice... Played a total of 810 minutes in her first year, taking five shots... First assist of her collegiate career came at Virginia Tech... Other assist came on Molly Kinsella's game-winner against LSU... Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
Named to the all-region team in her freshman year... Team was region champs and qualified for state tournament in 2007. She stopped playing high school soccer after freshman year and focused on club team... Earned one letter as a forward... 2008 Tennessee State champ in track, 2009 state runner-up and fourth in state in 4x800 relay.
Played for Atlanta Fire United Elite and also on Tennessee's Olympic Development Team (2004-08)... Fire was 2009 state semifinalist as well as Disney tourney semifinalist... Won 2008 Georgia state championship... Played for Impact Soccer Club in Tennessee in 2007 and team won state championship... Was on Region III camp team from 2004-08 and led the premier league in scoring in 2007.
Duggan Darr Hahn... Nickname is Duggie... Parents are Paul and Fran Hahn... Has a brother: Jim and two sisters, Mary Fran and Bailey... Was a Junior Honor Society member... AP French Award recipient... Plans to major psychology with future ambitions of going to law school and practicing criminal law.