| Overall UK Wins: 7 | Overall UK Losses: 2 | Win % 77.7 |
Date of Birth: April 8, 1912
Date of Death: September 23, 1975
Hometown: Haworth, NJ
Alma Mater: New York University 
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|3/20/1944||Kentucky vs. Utah||W||46 - 38||13||11||16||14||1||0||-||Pat Kennedy and Hagan Andersen|
|1/1/1945||Kentucky vs. Long Island||W||62 - 52 OT||16||19||23||21||0||0||-||Chuck Solodare and Hagan Andersen|
|1/1/1946||Kentucky at Temple||L||45 - 53||17||19||18||17||1||2||-||Jim Osborne and Hagan Andersen|
|3/17/1947||Kentucky vs. Long Island||W||66 - 62||23||17||21||25||2||0||-||Hagan Andersen and Lou Eisenstein|
|3/29/1948||Kentucky vs. Baylor||W||77 - 59||22||20||22||25||1||1||-||Hagan Andersen and Dallas Shirley|
|12/16/1948||Kentucky at Holy Cross||W||51 - 48||20||18||16||22||1||1||-||Hagan Andersen and Jocko Collins|
|1/1/1955||Kentucky at Temple||W||101 - 69||18||18||27||29||0||0||-||Matty Begovich and Hagan Andersen|
|3/15/1957||Kentucky vs. Pittsburgh||W||98 - 92||18||24||41||32||2||3||-||Zigmund Mihalik and Hagan Andersen|
|3/16/1957||Kentucky vs. Michigan State||L||68 - 80||18||18||30||29||1||1||-||Hagan Andersen and Zigmund Mihalik|
Obituary - Bergen County (NJ) Record (September 25, 1975)
Hagan Andersen, 63, Refereed Basketball
by Steve Long
ENGLEWOOD, Fla. - Hagan "Hook" Anderson, 63, formerly one of the nation's top basketball officials and former basketball coach at Teaneck High School, died Tuesday at his home.
During his 30-year career, Mr. Andersen officiated at more than 2,250 basketball games, including the annual NCAA and NIT collegiate championships and seven seasons with the fledgling National Basketball Association in the 1940s.
Born in Hoboken, Mr. Andersen lived 47 years in Bergen County. In 1971 he moved to Florida from Haworth, where he had lived since his marriage.
Mr. Andersen called his first basketball game in 1932 in an Edgewater industrial league. He became a National Board official in 1936.
Mr. Andersen had been named one of the nation's top ten officials by the Collegiate Basketball Officials Association. His competence as an official and coach was the natural outgrowth of his consistent brilliance as a student and professional athlete.
At Cliffside Park High School, he amassed 11 letters in four years or varsity competition. He starred in basketball and baseball at New York University and was named to the All-American basketball squad in 1934, his senior year.
As a professional in the old American Basketball League, he played for the Jersey City Reds and the old Baltimore Bullets.
He earned the nickname "Hook" during his student years for his favorite and most effective shot, the hook.
In 1938, Mr. Andersen became basketball coach at Teaneck High School, a post he held through the 1949 season. As coach of the school's soccer team, he turned out a state championship team in the 1940s.
During the 1950s, he turned to coaching track and was largely responsible for starting a cross-country team at Teaneck.
He served as physical education director at Thomas Jefferson Junior High School in Teaneck before retiring in 1970.
Mr. Andersen was founding trustee of the Haworth Swim Club and served as general manager of the club from 1957 to 1970.
He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Haworth.
Surviving are his wife, Grace; a daughter, Christine Johnson of San Jose, California; a son, Hagan Andersen Jr. of Independence; and two grandchildren.
Services will be tomorrow in Englewood, Fla. Cremation will be private.
Memorial services will be Friday, October 3 at 8 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Haworth, N.J.