Olivia Bagnall  
Olivia Bagnall

Hometown:
Lakeville, Minn.

High School:
Lakeville South HS

Position:
Undergraduate Student Assistant


04/15/2013

Seventh Annual Golden Goldys Handed Out at TCF Bank Stadium

Athletics and academics were celebrated in Gopher Athletics

03/27/2013

Women's Soccer Hands Out Postseason Awards

Uhl, Price earn MVP honors for second year in a row

12/07/2012

Women's Soccer Places 12 on Academic All-Big Ten List

Minnesota fall sports total 70 recipients

12/06/2012

Gophers Place 70 on Fall Academic All-Big Ten List

Minnesota improves fall Academic All-Big Ten total by 11

10/26/2012

Late Goals Send Minnesota Over Nebraska, 4-2

Gophers earn 4-2 win in regular season finale

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2012 • SENIOR SEASON
Academic All-Big Ten • Started all 20 games on the year • Minnesota Gold Classic All-Tournament Team • Marked one assist on the season and 16 total shots • Voted team captain for the second year in a row.

2011 • JUNIOR SEASON:
Started all 21 games in 2011 • matched a career-high six points (one goal, four assists) • served as a team captain • named to the Minnesota Gold Classic All-Tournament Team • had an assist in the 5-0 home opener victory over South Dakota State (8/21) • tallied an assist in the 2-1 overtime loss to Georgia (9/2) in the Minnesota Gold Classic • notched an assist and took a career-high four shots in the 3-2 road win over Michigan (9/23) • assisted Allie Phillips on the game-winning goal at Northwestern (10/16) • scored lone goal of the season in the 6-3 Senior Night triumph over Nebraska (10/28).

2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON:

Earned Minnesota's Spark Award along with 2010 senior Katie Shelander • appeared in 15 games during the 2010 season for Minnesota including all three of the Gophers' NCAA tournament games • tallied on assist in 2010 -- setting up Tamara Strahota in Minnesota's 7-0 win over Belmont (8/31) • tallied two shots over the season, landing one on goal • named to the Academic All-Big Ten team • earned second letter.

2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON:
Earned the Gophers' Newcomer Award, voted on by her teammates • appeared in all 20 matches this season, and started 19 • one of two true freshman in the starting line-up • joined Allie Phillips as the first true freshmen to start a season opener since Katie Bethke, Kylie Kallman and Julie Rezac all started the 2007 opener • led Gopher freshmen in goals (3), points (6) and shots (15) • three goals are fourth on the team while six points are fifth • part of a defense that allowed just 14 goals and pitched 10 shutouts on the season, which are second and third in the Big Ten respectively • allowed just six shots, and two in the second half, as part of a shutout against Indiana Nov. 6 • allowed just three shots in the second half and overtime combined to earn the 1-0 OT win over Northwestern on Oct. 30 • allowed two goals for the first time in seven games in the 2-1 loss to Michigan State on Oct. 25 • allowed just seven shots, three on goal, and a lone penalty kick goal in a 1-1 tie to Michigan on Oct. 23 while also taking two shots • allowed just three shots on goal to No. 19 Ohio State on Oct. 18 in the 1-0 loss • shutout league scoring champ Penn State for 89:56 before allowing just a free kick goal • defense pitched eighth shutout of the season, beating No. 9 Purdue 1-0 on Oct. 11, while holding Purdue to only four second-half shots • notched her first career two-goal game with her second and third career goals on Oct. 4 against South Dakota • scored her first career goal on Sept. 27 against Illinois, scoring the Gophers first goal of the game • did not fire a shot at the defense pitched its sixth shutout on Sept. 24 • took first shot in four games and tallied a career high three on Sept. 20 as Minnesota put up a season high 31 • part of a defense that allowed just one shot on Sept. 20 • did not start on Sept. 6 but tallied first career shot on goal • tallied first career shot on Aug. 30 against Kennesaw State, finishing with two on the day • started first career match on Aug. 21 against South Dakota State.

HIGH SCHOOL:
2009 graduate of Lakeville South High School • played for coach Dan Flood • 2007 and 2008 all-state • 2007 All-State Tournament team • 2008 Star Tribune and Pioneer Press first team all-metro • 2005-2008 all-conference selectee • 2008 team MVP • 2008 team captain • 2007 MN State Champions • 2007 team ranked 16th in NSCAA/adidas national high school poll • 2005 and 2006 MN State Semifinalists • 2005-2008 Section champions • 2006 and 2007 Lake Conference champions • member of MN Thunder 90/91 Blue team with fellow Gopher signees Allie Phillips and Marissa Price • 2006-2008 Minnesota state champions • 2006 Las Vegas Showcase champions • member of Minnesota 1991 State ODP team from 2006-2008 with fellow Gopher signees Steph Brandt and Allie Phillips • 2007 Region II ODP champions • 3rd place at 2008 ODP National Championships • member of Iowa 1991 State ODP team from 2004-05 • Lakeville South HS National Honors Society (NHS) member • 2005-2008 academic all-conference • 2008 Kare11 athlete of the week • lettered in nordic skiing 2006-2009 • 2006-2009 nordic skiing all-conference • 2009 nordic skiing state tournament qualifier • lettered in track 2006-2009 • 2008 track all-state • 2006-2008 track all-conference • lettered in cross country 2007 and 2008 • 2007 and 2008 cross-country all-conference selection • received cross country team's Most Inspirational Runner' award.

PERSONAL:
Born March 26, 1991 • daughter of Ron and Phyllis Bagnall • has one sister, Megan (28) and two brothers, Luke (25) and Bjorn (20) • sister, Megan, and brother, Luke, both swam at Calvin College • majoring in kinesiology.

Getting to know Olivia...
Favorite food: Ice cream.
Best soccer memory: Winning State in high school and traveling the country with the Minnesota Thunder.
Biggest celebrity from your hometown/highschool: Elizabeth Yetzer (Golden Gopher cross country and track & field athlete).
Why you chose your number: It's lucky.
Toughest player you've ever faced: Luke Bagnall.
Any superstitions: Icy Hot before every game.
Favorite kids joke: Q. Why did the chicken cross the road? A. To get to the other side.
After college I want to...: Do triathlons.
I cannot live without my: Dog.
Favorite thing about Minneapolis-St. Paul: The lakes.
Best birthday present you ever received: Taylor Swift concert tickets.
Ultimate soccer dream: Playing pro.

Season GP-GS G A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2009

21-20

3 0 6 15 .200 9 .600 1 0-0
2010 15-0 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0
2011 21-21 1 4 6 16 .062 5 .312 0 0-0
TOTAL 57-41 4 5 13 33 .121 15 .455 1 0-0

Member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee:

What community service projects have you been involved in this year?

Volunteering for Hope Kids, Big Brothers, Big Sisters and reading at elementary schools

Are you a SAAC representative? If so, for how many years?

Yes, this is my second year.

What is your favorite part about SAAC?

You hear about a lot of opportunities to get involved.

How many Maroon Madness events have you attended this year?

Two

Are you involved in any clubs/committees outside of athletics?

FCA