Hogan is entering his fourth season as the Head Coach for the Ohio University Bobcats.   In his first season with Ohio, Hogan led the Bobcats to a 27-7-6 record, a #6 final National Ranking, and the first CSCHL Regular Season Championship since 2009. The Bobcats also captured the ACHA Division I National Community Service Award for their outreach efforts in the community. In his second season, OHIO improved their win total to 29-9-2 and finished ranked #9 nationally. In his third season, Hogan led OHIO to their first National Championship appearance since 2004, falling short in the National Final. In leading OHIO to the National Finals, Hogan became the first head coach to lead two separate programs to the ACHA National Championship game, and the first coach to lead three teams to the National Tournament. OHIO finished the 2016-2017 season ranked #2 in the nation, the highest finish since 2003. 

Prior to the 2016-17 season, Hogan was named head coach of the U.S National University Team for the World University Games played in Almaty, Kazakhstan (2017). Hogan has been an assistant coach of two U.S National University Teams for USA Hockey that participated in the the World University Games in Trentino, Italy (2013), and Granada, Spain (2015).

Hogan spent the three previous seasons as head coach of the Arizona Wildcat Hockey team. During his time in the desert, he helped lead the Wildcats back to national prominence by securing the Wildcats’ first ACHA Division I National Tournament appearance since 2006. In his final season at the helm in 2013-2014, Wildcat Hockey posted 17 wins, their highest total since 2008; and defeated seven top ten teams, the most in 17 seasons. Hogan led Arizona to a #20 finish in 2012-13 and a #23 finish in 2011-12.

Off the ice, he made an immediate impact by spearheading the team’s community outreach program, actively engaging and partnering with Wildcat Youth Hockey and community leaders. For those efforts on and off the ice, Hogan was named as a top coach among all sports at the University of Arizona by the Daily Wildcat, the student newspaper.

Previously, Hogan was as an assistant coach and the Director of Video Operations for the Western Michigan University Bronco Hockey team of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA). While there, Hogan served under Head Coach Jeff Blashill, who is currently the Head Coach of the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League (NHL). While with the Broncos, Hogan was part of a staff that led Western Michigan to the CCHA Finals and their first berth in the NCAA Division I National Tournament since 1986.

In 2009-2010, Hogan was the Head Coach of the Yellowstone Quake of the Northern Pacific Hockey League (NorPac), leading the team to a 34-14-0 record and an American West Division Playoff Finals appearance.

Prior to his time in Wyoming, he was the head coach of the Oakland University Men’s ACHA team from 2005-2009, winning an ACHA Division 1 National Championship in 2007 and an ACHA Division 2 National Championship in 2006. Hogan was also an assistant coach for Oakland University when the Grizzlies won the 2004 ACHA Division 2 National Title.

From 2007-2009 Hogan served as hockey director and coaching director of one Michigan’s largest hockey associations, the Rochester Hockey Club. He also spent time as a director with Suburban Hockey Schools, Michigan’s longest running summer hockey school.  Hogan played for Iona College from 1996-1998.

Originally from White Lake, MI, Hogan now resides in Athens, OH with his wife Meagan, who is an Assistant Director of Athletics in the OHIO University Athletic Department. He graduated from Michigan State University in 2001 with a degree in Public Policy and Public Administration.  Hogan earned a Masters of Sports Science and Recreation with an emphasis in Coaching Education from OHIO University in 2016.