Nick Hagglund

Nick Hagglund
Nick Hagglund
Nick Hagglund
Defender
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Real Name: Nick Hagglund
HT: 6' 1" WT: 196
Age: 26 (09/14/1992)
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Has made seven appearances, all starts ... one of three players to play every minute of the season ... was named to MLS Team of the Week for his performance in Week 2 ... currently ranks third overall in MLS in clearances (32) ... started and played 90 minutes at center back in season opener at Seattle (March 2) ... started and played 90 minutes at center back at Atlanta (March 10) ... led all FC Cincinnati players with seven clearances and two blocks ... started and played 90 minutes at center back against Portland (March 17) ... started and played 90 minutes at center back at New England (March 24) ... won 8-of-10 duels including 4-of-4 aerial duels ... finished second among all FCC players with seven clearances ... started and played 90 minutes at center back against Philadelphia (March 30) ... started and played 90 minutes at center back against Sporting Kansas City (April 7) ... led all FC Cincinnati players with 65 touches and added four clearances ... started and played 90 minutes at center back at LAFC (April 13) ... led all FC Cincinnati players with five interceptions and added four clearances.

2018 (Toronto FC): Made 20 appearances, including 15 starts, and scored a career-high three goals … started and played all 90 minutes in the inaugural Campeones Cup against Tigres (Sept. 19) … made four appearances, including two starts, in Concacaf Champions League … made four appearances, including three starts, in the 2018 Canadian Championship … made one appearance on loan with Toronto FC II against the Ottawa Fury … made season debut and logged 59 minutes played at Montreal (March 17) … missed the next eight matches with a hamstring injury … returned to the 18-man matchday squad and played 45 minutes in a substitute appearance against FC Dallas (May 25) … began a stretch of 11 consecutive appearances … made a second-consecutive substitute appearance at Columbus (June 2) … returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes at Philadelphia (June 8) … registered first career brace against D.C. United (June 13) … scored third goal of the campaign at Orlando City SC (July 14) … came off the bench and played 24 minutes at Chicago (July 21) … made a second-consecutive substitute appearance against Chicago (July 28).

2017 (Toronto FC): Made 15 appearances, including 13 starts … made four appearances in MLS Cup Playoffs including substitute appearance in MLS Cup … made season debut in season opener at Real Salt Lake (March 4) … appeared in each of the first 12 matches, starting 11 matches in that span … exited match against Minnesota United in the 65th minute after suffering a knee injury (May 13) … missed the next eight matches … returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes against the Colorado Rapids (July 22) … made a substitute appearance and logged 26 minutes played against New York City FC (July 30) … started and played 19 minutes against Portland before exiting with an injury (Aug. 12) … missed the final 10 matches of the regular season.

2016 (Toronto FC): Made 16 appearances, including eight starts … made six appearances, all starts, in MLS Cup Playoffs … scored one goal … tallied the series-tying goal against Montreal (Nov. 30) … started and played all 120 minutes of MLS Cup … made four appearances on loan with Toronto FC II … made season debut in a substitute appearance against LA (June 18) … started and played 90 minutes for each of the next two contests … made first start of the season at Orlando (June 25) … started second-consecutive match against Seattle (July 2) … appeared as a 90th-minute substitute at Chicago (July 9) … began a stretch of three-consecutive substitute appearances … made first start in over a month against New England (Aug. 6) … started for a second-consecutive match at Houston (Aug. 14) … started and played 90 minutes in the regular season finale against Chicago (Oct. 23).

2015 (Toronto FC): Made 12 appearances, including eight starts, recorded one assist … made two appearances in the 2015 Canadian Championship … made season debut in substitute appearance at Columbus (March 14) … started and played 90 minutes at Real Salt Lake (March 29) … began a stretch of seven consecutive starts … played seven minutes as a second-half substitute against Portland (May 23) … played six minutes as a second-half substitute against San Jose (May 30) … did not play in the next five matches … returned to the starting lineup and logged 90 minutes played at New York City FC (July 12) … did not play in the next five matches … played nine minutes as a second-half substitute at New York Red Bulls (Aug. 15) … did not feature in any of the last 11 matches.

2014 (Toronto FC): Made 25 appearances, including 23 starts, scored two goals and recorded a single-season high three assists … played over 2,000 minutes … made two appearances in the 2014 Canadian Championship … made professional debut and played 90 minutes at Columbus (April 5) … made a substitute appearance in stoppage time at FC Dallas (April 9) … started and played 90 minutes against New York (May 17) … began a stretch of four consecutive 90-minute appearances … registered first-ever MLS assist at Sporting Kansas City (May 23) … started and played 90 minutes at Chicago (July 2) … made second substitute appearance and played 35 minutes against Vancouver (July 16) … started and played 90 minutes at Houston (July 19) … began a stretch of 16 consecutive starts … recorded second assist of the season at Chicago (Sept. 13) … registered an assist for a second consecutive match against Chivas USA (Sept. 21) … scored first-ever MLS goal – and added a second – against Portland (Sept. 27).

COLLEGE (Xavier):  Spent four seasons at Xavier University, making 81 appearances, starting in 80, scoring four goals and adding 11 assists. Hagglund was named Big East Defensive Player of the Year for 2013, along with First Team All-Big East honors. Also earned A-10 Defensive Player honours, and was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team.

Personal: Born September 14, 1992 in Cincinnati, Ohio.


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2019FC Cincinnati8807200509100
2018Toronto FC20153143001269010
2017Toronto FC15130112409112020
2016Toronto FC168084703113100
2015Toronto FC12807871219140
2014Toronto FC252322088322622222
Career Totals-9675569964531574592
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