99 Ra'Shede Hageman  
Ra'Shede Hageman

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Minneapolis, Minn.

High School:
Washburn HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 311

Position:
Defensive Line


08/29/2013

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

08/27/2013

Gophers Release Depth Chart, Injury Report

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

11/26/2012

Gophers Honored By Big Ten

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

10/20/2012

Gophers Fall at Wisconsin, 38-13

Freshman Philip Nelson throws for 149 yards and two touchdown passes

09/08/2012

Minnesota-UNH Game Notes

Minnesota-UNH Game Notes

12/30/2013

Gophers Fall in Texas Bowl

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

12/17/2013

Top Ten Plays #4

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

10/28/2013

Gophers Beat Huskers 34-23

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

10/21/2013

Minnesota Tops Northwestern

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

10/18/2013

Brick by Brick: Episode #9

Watch the latest episode of Brick by Brick.

12/27/2013

Texas Bowl: Minnesota vs. Syracuse

USATSI Gallery

10/26/2013

Gophers vs. Nebraska: Oct. 26, 2013

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

10/26/2013

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

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

10/19/2013

Minnesota @ Northwestern

USATSI

09/14/2013

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
2012
2011
2010

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.