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    6 Brittney Hacken  
    Brittney Hacken


    Mountain Top, Pa.

    High School:



    2008 (JUNIOR)
    Stepped into a big role in the defense when Brenna Moeljadi got hurt, starting 15 of 18 games at back ... helped lead the Hoosier defense to three shutout victories, blanking Saint Louis, Ball State and Central Michigan ... scored first career goal at No. 2 Wake Forest ... put six out of 12 shots on goal in 2008.

    Played in 14 games, recording five starts ... suffered a thumb injury and missed four games before returning for the regular season finale against Northwestern ... earned Academic All-Big Ten accolades.

    FRESHMAN YEAR (2006)
    Played in 18 games, making eight starts in her first year for the Hoosiers ... made an immediate impact in the Hoosier backfield.

    A two-year letterwinner and starter for Crestwood ... earned NFHCA National Academic Squad honors in 2005 ... went 26-0 her junior season to claim the PIAA AA State Championship ... team also won State in 2003 ... a Pennsylvania All-Academic team selection in 2005 ... won a bronze medal at the 2005 Keystone Winter Games ... participated in the 2005 Heat Wave Tournament winning a gold medal ... won a silver medal at the 2004 National Hockey Festival in the U-16 pool ... president of the National Honor Society and a National Honor Roll honoree ... a two-time recipient of the Harold Baker Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement ... attended the Congressional Student Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. in June of 2004 ... daughter of Frank and Debbie Hacken ... has two brothers, Christopher and Brandon.

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