Hartford City, IN – The Crossroads Conference has released the men’s basketball award winners and Spring Arbor University’s Rob Hogans was named to the League’s All-Crossroads team. Hogans, who averaged over 25 points per game, seventh in the NAIA for DII schools, and first in the Crossroads League was named to the league’s second team. Hogans was the lone Cougar named.
In 30 games for the Cougars this season, Hogans has tallied 755 points, and led Spring Arbor with 151 rebounds (5.0 rebounds per game.
Not only did Hogans have an outstanding senior campaign, but his body of work over four years has been spectacular. With the tournament still to come, Hogans has scored 2024 points (15.6 points per game), hit 177 3-point shots (36%), and grabbed 480 rebounds off the glass.
But even with all of the impressive stats, Hogans athletic abilities have made the price of admission well worth it. His ability to elevate (42″ vertical) is amazing. Listed as a 6’1″ guard from Farmington, MI, it seems almost impossible to see pictures of Hogans with his head next to the rim.
Hogans and the Cougars will travel to Fort Wayne, IN tonight for a quarter-final round matchup with the University of St. Francis. Spring Arbor (11-19) is the seventh seed and St. Francis (21-9) finished the regular season as the second seed. The winner of tonight game will face the winner of #3 Huntington (24-6) and #6 Grace (16-13) on Saturday at 3:00.