Hogan played a large part in the Tigers' 4-1 record last week. The righthanded Hogan hit two home runs in back-to-back games against No. 21 Coastal Carolina and Furman. Hogan's home runs, which came in two Clemson victories, included two two-run home runs, a three-run home run and a grand slam.
For the week, seven of Hogan's eight hits were extra-base hits. He led the team with 24 total bases and six runs scored on the week as well.
Hogan Claims National Honor
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