Nicholas Patrick Hogan
Nick Hogan has been a college coach.
Hogan played baseball and football in high school, winning All-State in football. He hit .423 with 26 steals as a college freshman, then .360 with 24 swipes in 2007 as a sophomore. Transferring to Georgia State, he hit .306 with 48 runs and 16 steals (in 21 tries) in 53 games in 2008. He tied a school record with 16 HBP and led the Colonial Athletic Association with 5 triples. He was at .295/.411/.390 as a senior with 58 runs in 58 games and 17 steals while only being caught twice. He tied for 5th in the CAA in steals and tied 10th in runs. He remained at Georgia State as an assistant coach. In the 2011 Baseball World Cup, he will coach for the German national team, assisting Greg Frady, his head coach at Georgia State.
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