SPX Alum in the News - Class of 2005 Nick Hogan
August 9th, 2013
From Friday August 9, 2013 Gwinnett Daily Post article by David Friedlander firstname.lastname@example.org
The Central Gwinnett baseball program is getting a change in direction with the announcement Thursday of Nick Hogan as the school’s new head baseball coach.
#The 2009 Georgia State graduate will be perhaps Gwinnett’s youngest head coach, and will assume his first head coaching job after serving as an assistant and director of baseball operations at his alma mater, where he has played a part during one of the Panthers’ most successful periods in the program’s history.
#Hogan played his high school ball at St. Pius X in Atlanta, and played two years Pitt Community College in North Carolina before transferring his junior season.
#During his two seasons at GSU, he earned a reputation as a tough, hard-nosed player, finishing eighth on the school’s all-time stolen base list and third in all-time hit batsmen.
#He was an integral part in the Panthers’ earning the 2009 Colonial Athletic Association championship and their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid.
#Hogan inherits a Central team that finished 3-23 this past season and 1-15 in highly-competitive Region 8-AAAAAA.
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