|Year of Graduation:||1995|
Perhaps the most respected member of the first men’s soccer team, Peder Hagglund was a sweeper whose instincts for the game set a great example for his younger teammates. On a team comprised almost entirely of freshmen, Hagglund’s acted as a coach on the field with maturity, poise and dogged determination that helped keep the team together in many desperate situations. Not only a standout soccer player, Hagglund was a stellar student who set the tone for athletes off the field. He was one of the first men to receive a Bachelor’s Degree from Endicott and played a crucial role in the development of the men’s soccer program.