|High School:||Poway HS|
Played in all 19 games for Pacific during the 2010 campaign, starting in 16 contests. Scored one goal with one assist for three points... Scored the lone goal in the Tigers’ 1-0 win over Sacramento State on Aug 29... Tallied her assist against No. 9 Santa Clara, as her cross to the back post set up Kim Hargrave’s game-tying goal against Bronco goalkeeper Bianca Henninger (USA’s U-20 2010 CONACAF U-20 Women’s Championships goalkeeper). Logged 110 minutes in the Tigers’ 1-1 tie against No. 16 California.
In 2009, Laura finished fifth on the team with two goals scored and two assists for a total of six points during her sophomore campaign. Both of Hogan’s goals on the year came in conference play, tallying the first of the season against Cal State Northridge in Pacific’s 1-0 shutout on Oct. 9. Laura’s second goal of the year helped the Tigers claim another victory, this one a 2-1 decision over UC Riverside on Oct. 30. Her two assists came in the early part of the season in the victories over Portland State and Fresno State in non-conference action. In her 19 starts this season, Hogan tallied 34 shots with 15 on goal for a .441 percentage on the year.
Hogan made her own case for freshman of the year in the conference as the Tigers’ most versatile player in her first season of action. Playing as both a defender and as an attacker throughout the year, Hogan garnered postseason recognition when she was named Second Team All-Big West as a defender for the Tigers after routinely pulling the assignment of marking the opposition’s top-scoring threat. In addition to her work on the defensive end, Hogan was a dangerous scorer on the offensive side of the ball, tallying five goals throughout the year. Of her five goals, three provided the Tigers with a victory as she posted the game-winning strike against San Francisco, Cal State Fullerton and Cal State Bakersfield. Twice throughout the season, Hogan scored a pair of goals in a contest as she posted two goals and an assist against Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 10 in the Tigers’ 3-2 victory and then again against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 26 in Pacific’s 2-1 overtime win. Hogan’s play against Cal State Fullerton earned her Big West Player of the Week honors, the only weekly award for the Tigers in 2008.
A three-year letterwinner in soccer at Poway High School in Poway, Calif., Hogan was a two-time All-Palomar League selection for the Titans on the field during her career. A two-time second team member, Laura finished her career at Poway by leading the Titans to the CIF championship game after posting a 20-6-3 overall record while finishing second in league play. For the season, Hogan produced six goals and five assists, despite spending most of her time in the defensive backfield. As a junior, Laura also scored six goals and assisted on five others, leading her team to a 14-5-2 overall record, again, finishing in second place in league play during the regular season.
Alongside fellow Tiger Kristina Wavomba, Hogan was a member of the San Diego Surf Soccer Club. Throughout her time with her club Hogan helped lead her team to club championships at the Presidio and the Surf Cup tournament in 2007 as well serving as the US champion at the Copa Coca-Cola tournament.
Born in San Diego, Calif., she is the daughter of Jody and Brian Hogan. Laura has one older brother, Jon. She is majoring in Business Administration - Management.