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83 Chris Hogan

2010:
Split time between wide receiver and defensive back in his lone season with the Hawks ... played in 11 games, including eight starts at cornerback ... caught 12 passes for 147 yards and three touchdowns ... averaged 12.2 yards per reception ... tied for the team lead with three interceptions ... totaled 28 tackles, 22 solo, and defended six passes with three pass breakups ... made three tackles and had a 17-yard touchdown reception in his collegiate football debut at Colgate (9/4) ... snagged one pass and added one tackle opposite Maine (9/11) ... three catches for 27 yards, including a 15-yard score against Old Dominion (9/25) ... added a solo tackle versus the Monarchs ... made first career-start at cornerback, picked off two passes, added two tackles and secured a 41-yard reception on offense in the 44-17 win at Duqusne (10/2) ... caught an 8-yard TD pass and contributed four tackles at Robert Morris (10/9) ... one catch for six yards and two tackles in the victory over Bryant (10/16) ... grabbed one pass for six yards, added one tackle and one pass breakup in the win against Saint Francis Pa. (10/23) ... contributed three solo tackles and caught a 27-yard pass against Sacred Heart (10/30) ... career-high four tackles and intercepted a pass opposite Wagner (11/6) ... three tackles and one pass breakup versus Central Connecticut State (11/13) ... two catches for 15 yards and equaled his career high with four tackles at Albany (11/20).

Before Monmouth:
Played four seasons of lacrosse at Penn State University... Was a starter for the Nittany Lions in the midfield all four years... Was a Second Team All-CAA selection as a senior after scoring 15 goals and assisting on nine others... Led Penn State in goals and points en route to a First Team All-ECAC selection... Finished his career with 71 points on 57 goals and 14 assists.

High School: Earned three varsity letters at wideout under head coach Drew Gibbs at Ramapo High School... Earned all-state and all-league honors for the Raiders... Left Ramapo as the school's all-time leading reciever and receptions leader... Named to Jersey Football Top 100 and was on the Tri-State Heisman Team as well.


Personal: Son of James and Mary Ellen Hogan.

Offensive Statistics
YEAR G REC YARDS AVG TD LONG AVG/G
2010 11 12 147 12.2 3 41 13.4

Defensive Statistics
YEAR G UT AT TT TFL-YRDS SK-YRDS FF/FR PD PB INT-YARDS
2010 11 22 6 28 0-0 0-0 0/0 6 3 3-30
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 215
Year: 5th Year Senior
Hometown: Ramapo, N.J.
High School: Ramapo (Penn State)
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