John Hogan

John Hogan joined the Georgetown University men’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach in August of 2022.

He takes over as offensive coordinator for the Hoyas after serving in the same roll at Richmond since 2020.

Hogan helped the Spiders to a 2022 Southern Conference Championship and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. Richmond’s offense ranked fourth in the NCAA with 9.06 assists per game and averaged 14 goals per game to rank 13th overall. Under Hogan’s tutelage, Ryan Lanchbury earned All-America honors and finished ninth nationally in points per game with 5.06.

In 2021, the Spiders won the SoCon Regular Season behind Hogan’s offense averaging 12.46 goals per game while leading the NCAA in man-up offense at a 63.4 percent clip. Hogan guided Lanchbury to SoCon Offensive Player of the Year honors with 67 points in 13 games while Richie Connell led the nation in man-up goals with 10.

Prior to his time at Richmond, Hogan was an assistant at Penn State in 2018 and 2019. He helped guide the Nittany Lions to the NCAA Tournament Semifinals in 2019 as PSU led the nation in both scoring offense (17.94 goals per game) and man-up efficiency (61.3 percent).

A standout midfielder at Cornell, Hogan was a two-time All-Ivy League performer as a junior and senior while leading the Big Red to three-straight Ivy League championships from 2013-15. He scored 92 career points (47G, 45A) and was named Cornell’s 2015 J.E.B. Sportsmanship Award recipient.

Hogan graduated from Cornell in 2015 with a degree in industrial and labor relations.