Ra'Shede Hageman
Ra'Shede Hageman

RS Senior

Minneapolis, Minn.

High School:
Washburn HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 311

Defensive Line


Minnesota Races Past UNLV 51-23 in Season Opener

Ra'Shede Hageman blocked a field goal that Martez Shabazz picked up and raced for a 78-yard touchdown in the third quarter


Gophers Release Depth Chart, Injury Report

Minnesota hosts UNLV at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29


Gophers Honored By Big Ten

Wilhite named Second Team All-Big Ten, while Carter, Hageman, Stoudermire named Honorable Mention


Gophers Fall at Wisconsin, 38-13

Freshman Philip Nelson throws for 149 yards and two touchdown passes


Minnesota-UNH Game Notes

Minnesota-UNH Game Notes


Gophers Fall in Texas Bowl

The Gopher football team fell in the Texas Bowl, 21-17, against Syracuse.


Top Ten Plays #4

Ra'Shede Hageman's blocked field goal against UNLV led to a Martez Shabazz touchdown.


Gophers Beat Huskers 34-23

Minnesota reached bowl eligibility with a 34-23 win over Nebraska.


Minnesota Tops Northwestern

Aided by three turnovers, the Gopher football team defeated Northwestern, 20-17.


Brick by Brick: Episode #9

Watch the latest episode of Brick by Brick.


Texas Bowl: Minnesota vs. Syracuse

USATSI Gallery


Gophers vs. Nebraska: Oct. 26, 2013

Photos from the Gophers Oct. 26 game at TCF Bank Stadium vs. Nebraska.


USATSPI: Minnesota vs. No. 25 Nebraska - 10/26/13

USATSPI: Minnesota vs. No. 25 Nebraska - 10/26/13


Minnesota @ Northwestern



Gophers vs. Western Illinois: Sept. 14, 2013

Photos from the Gophers vs. Western Illinois football game at TCF Bank Stadium, Sept. 14, 2013

Photo Gallery

Game-By-Game Stats (PDF)

2013 • SENIOR SEASON: Named first-team All-Big Ten by the coaches and the media • named third-team All-American by Athlon Sports • received the Bronko Nagurski Award, which is given annually to the team's most valuable player, becoming the first defensive player to win the award since Willie VanDeSteeg in 2008 • also received the team's Carl Eller Award as the team's outstanding defensive player and was named the Defensive Lineman of the Year. Game-by-Game: Recorded five tackles, including .5 tackle-for-loss, against UNLV • also broke up one pass at the line of scrimmage and blocked a field goal that resulted in a Minnesota touchdown after Martez Shabazz returned it 51 yards • made three tackles, which included two tackles-for-loss, at New Mexico State • tied for team lead with six tackles, which included two tackles-for-loss and one sack, against Western Illinois • broke up one pass and blocked a point-after attempt against Western Illinois • made two tackles, including one for a loss against San Jose State • made four tackles and broke up one pass against Iowa • made three tackles, including one for a loss at Michigan • notched one tackle, three pass breakups and the first interception of his career at Northwestern • tallied three solo tackles, including two tackles-for-loss and one sack, against Nebraska • assisted on one tackle at Indiana • made one tackle and broke up one pass against Penn State • notched three solo tackles, including two for a loss against Wisconsin • made two solo tackles, broke up one pass and recovered one fumble at Michigan State.

2012 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started all 13 games and recorded 35 tackles • second on the team with 6.0 sacks • named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the media. Game-by-Game: Recorded five tackles and had one sack at UNLV • had three solo tackles, which included two sacks, against New Hampshire • notched two tackles and one pass breakup against Western Michigan • recorded four tackles and forced a fumble in against Syracuse • made two tackles at Iowa • had one solo tackle against Northwestern • made four tackles, including one sack, at Wisconsin • did not record any statistics vs. Purdue • recorded a career-high six tackles vs. Michigan • played at Illinois, but did not record any statistics • assisted on one tackle at Nebraska and on one tackle vs. Michigan State • made six tackles, including one sack, vs. Texas Tech.

2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Appeared in all 12 games • recorded 13 tackles (10 solo, three assisted) with four tackles-for-loss, including two sacks • forced one fumble. Game-by-Game: Recorded one solo tackle in season opener at USC • appeared in home opener vs. New Mexico State • appeared in 29-23 victory over Miami (Ohio) • saw action vs. North Dakota State, Michigan and Purdue, but did not record any statistics • tallied two tackles (one solo, one assist) with one tackle-for-loss vs. Nebraska • notched career-high five tackles (four solo, one assist) in 22-21 victory over Iowa • appeared in 31-24 loss at Michigan State • recorded one solo tackle, including one tackle-for-loss in 42-13 home loss to Wisconsin • notched two tackles (one solo, one assist) in 28-13 loss at Northwestern • recorded two sacks and forced a fumble in 27-7 victory over Illinois.

2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in eight games during the season as a reserve, making five tackles.

2009: Redshirted • switched from tight end to defensive line.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Washburn to an 8-2 mark and a 5-1 conference record • named all-state by the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Minnesota Football Coaches Association, the Associated Press and the Minnesota Vikings • was also named all-metro by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune • earned all-conference honors • hauled in 11 touchdown passes as a senior in 2008 • played in Under Armour All-America Game • ranked as the No. 1 tight end prospect and the No. 97 prospect in the nation overall by recruiting expert Tom Lemming • ranked the No. 3 player in Minnesota by Rivals.com • ranked as the No. 6 tight end in the nation by Rivals • Scout.com, ESPN.com and Scouts, Inc. rated him the 11th best in the nation at his position • earned a four-star rating from Scout • earned a three-star rating from Rivals • caught 25 passes for 663 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior in 2007 • two time all-state and all-metro selection • three-time all-city honoree • standout basketball player, who was highly sought-after as a basketball recruit • averaged nearly 12 points per game on the hardwood as a junior • played basketball for Howard Pulley AAU team • football coach was Giovanni Jenkins.

PERSONAL: Born August 8, 1990 • son of Eric Hageman and Jill Coyle • oldest of five children in the Hageman family • youth studies major.


Golden Gopher Fishing Classic Is June 2-3, 2017


Like football? Like fishing? Like Rowing The Boat? Then the Goal Line Club has you covered, as it is hosting its second inaugural Golden Gopher Fishing Classic on June 2-3, 2017.

Gopher Talk 101: Failing vs Failure


What's the difference between "failing" and "failure" in P.J. Fleck's Gopher Football culture? Learn more in "Gopher Talk 101"!

Sherels, 1967 Team Recognized By Local NFF Chapter


The Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation will be hosting its Minnesota Football Honors on Sunday, May 7 at U.S. Bank Stadium.

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