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Dan Hogan, 
Head Men's Soccer Coach

Head Coach Dan Hogan begins his ninth season at the helm of the USI men's soccer team and his 20th season as a collegiate head coach. Hogan's tenure has seen him direct USI into three GLVC Tournaments, including back-to-back appearances in 2002 and 2003.

In 2003, Hogan's Eagles were 10-7-1 overall, finishing second in the GLVC with an 8-2 league record, and were ranked in the top five of the NCAA II Central Region. USI's second-place regular-season finish was the team's best since 1991.

The Eagles began their two-year run under Hogan in 2002,  producing a 13-8-0 overall record and a 7-3-0 mark in the GLVC. The squad also featured the GLVC Player and Freshman of the Year, a first-team NSCAA/adidas Scholastic All-American, a second-team Verizon Academic All-American, a second-team All-American, and four All-GLVC performers.

Hogan's second season saw the Eagles post a 6-10-0 overall record in an injury-plagued season.

In his first season at USI, Hogan directed the Eagles to a 7-9-2 overall record and a 5-5-1 GLVC mark in 2000, the best record USI had seen in four seasons. USI also returned to the GLVC Tournament for the first time since 1995.  

In addition to his duties as men's soccer coach, Hogan is the Athletic Department's academic advisor. His tenure at USI has seen Screaming Eagle student athletes receive numerous Academic All-GLVC awards.

Hogan joined the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional committee in 2008 and served as head coach for the Indiana State Olympic Development Program in 2002 and 2003.

A successful coach in both the NCAA and the NAIA, Hogan has helped guide menís soccer programs at three different schools to a record of 167-151-12 in 17 years. Hoganís last position was with Columbia College (1991-99) in Columbia, Missouri, where he compiled a record of 122-60-8 (.653), winning two Show-Me Collegiate Conference and three American Midwest Conference Coach of the Year awards in nine seasons.

In addition to the teamís success over nine seasons, Hoganís squads produced 17 NAIA All-Americans, 12 All-America Scholar Athletes, two AMC Tournament titles, and one AMC regular-season crown. He is the winningest coach in Columbia history and his 1998 and 1999 squads set successive season records for wins and winning percentages (1998: 17-5, .773; 1999: 20-5, .800).

Prior to coaching Columbia to three national top-20 finishes in the NAIA, Hogan was the head coach of Ottawa (Kansas) University, 1989-90, and an assistant coach at Northeast Missouri State University (now Truman State University) from 1986 to 1988.

Off the field, Hogan has a United States Soccer Federation "B" license and is the chair of the NSCAA Central Region Ranking Committee. He also has served as the chairman of the American Midwest Conference and the NAIA Region V.  

Hogan is a 1986 graduate of Northeast Missouri State University with a bachelorís degree in communications/public relations.

Hogan through the Years

1989  1-15- 0 Ottawa University (Kansas)
1990  1-15-0 Ottawa University
1991 11-6-1 Columbia College
1992 11-6-3 Columbia College
1993 12-6-1 Columbia College
1994 15-5-1 Columbia College; AMC Champions
1995 9-11-2 Columbia College
1996 15-7-0 Columbia College;
 AMC Tournament Champions
1997 12-9-0 Columbia College
1998 17-5-0* Columbia College;
AMC Tournament Champions
1999 20-5-0* Columbia College
2000  7- 9- 2 Southern Indiana;
GLVC Tournament (GLVC Record: 5-5-1)
2001 6-10-0 Southern Indiana (GLVC Record: 2-7-0)
2002 13-8-0 Southern Indiana;
GLVC Tournament (2nd; GLVC Record: 7-3-0)
2003 10-7-1 Southern Indiana;
GLVC Tournament (2nd; GLVC Record: 8-2-0)
2004 2-15-1 Southern Indiana
2005 5-12-0 Southern Indiana
2006 3-12-2 Southern Indiana
2007 6-12-1 Southern Indiana
19 Years 176-175-15 (.501)**

*set single season school record; **career record



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