2009: Playing all 14 games, Hogan led Penn State with 29 goals and had 34 points including his five assists. Hogan led Penn State with 133 shots taken and gathered in 17 ground balls. A physical presence in the midfield, he also had a team-high 10 penalties. Hogan was honored as a First Team All-ECAC selection.
2008: Hogan played in only three games in 2008, having his season shortened due to injury. He had two goals and upped his career scoring total to 13 points off 13 goals.
2007: Hogan started each of Penn State's 13 games in 2007. He was tied for fourth on the team with 11 goals and his 11 points were sixth overall. Hogan had a .574 shot on goal percentage and added 15 ground balls to his game. He was second on the team with four man-up goals as well.
Hogan was a second team all-league pick as a sophomore before being named first team all-league, all-county and All-New Jersey as both a junior and senior. Hogan was named the 2006 New Jersey Midfielder of the Year and was a 2006 Under Armour High School All-American. Hogan was also a superb football player in high school, earning first team all-league laurels twice and first team all-state accolades as a senior. He was named to the Jersey Football Top 100 and was on the Tri-State Heisman Team as well. Hogan is the son of James and Mary Ellen Hogan. He has a brother, Jeff, and a sister, Erinn. Chris is a communications/arts and Science major.
"Chris will be our go-to midfielder once again. He certainly has the all around skills to play both ways, but will play as much offense as possible. A variety of midfielders will run with Hogan, but he draws the attention. He could be the best middie in Division I, certainly one of the most dangerous with the ball." -- Coach Thiel