John Hogan

John Hogan is in his first year on the Richmond staff under head coach Dan Chemotti.

Hogan spent 2018 and 2019 as an assistant coach at Penn State, helping the Nittany Lions to a 16-2 overall record and advancing to the NCAA Tournament Semifinals in 2019. Penn State finished first in the nation in won-loss percentage (88.9) and was the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Hogan worked closely with the Nittany Lion offense, face-off position and man-up offense during the year. He helped Penn State turn in the nation’s top-scoring offense, averaging 17.94 goals per game – more than two goals better than any other team in the country. The Nittany Lion man-up offensive was also the top unit in the nation, converting on 61.3 percent of its attempts (38-of-62).

Hogan helped Penn State finish ninth in the nation in face-off won percentage at 58.4 (337-of-577). He worked with Gerard Arceri, helping him finish 15th in the nation at the spot, converting 278-of-456 (60.98%). Arceri was a Tewaaraton Award Nominee and was named the Big Ten Specialist of the Year while earning Third Team All-America accolades.