NCAA record holder for consecutive extra points in a season (78)
Conference USA record holder for career points (405)
No. 2 in NCAA history for extra points made in a season (91)
2012 Honorable Mention All-Conference USA (K)
2011 Honorable Mention All-Conference USA (K)
2009 Sporting News Freshman All-America First Team
2009 C-USA All-Freshman Special Teams
C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week (Nov. 9, 2009)
2011-12 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
Redshirt Senior (2012): Ended his career as the career scoring leader in Conference USA history with 405 points ... finished the year perfect on PATs at 45-of-45 while hitting 20 of 25 field goals ... was perfect on all three kicks from 50 yards or beyond including a career-long 52-yard field goal against UAB ... set a Houston and Conference USA record with six field goals against UAB ... totaled 21 points against the Blazers, a career best ... connected on three or more field goals in three games and had multiple field goals in six games.
Redshirt Junior (2011): NCAA record holder by making 78 consecutive extra points to open the year ... Broke the record of former Louisville place kicker Art Carmody ... Ranked No. 14 nationally in scoring with 130 points scored ... Hit 91-of-92 extra points, the top total in college football for the season and 13-of-17 total field goals ... No. 2 all-time in NCAA history with 91 extra points made in a single season ... Set the Conference USA record with 91 extra points made in a single season ... Hit three field goals in the 2012 TicketCity Bowl win against Penn State ... Also connected on three field goals in the win against SMU ... Was a perfect 10-of-10 in extra points in wins against Rice and Tulane.
Sophomore (2010): Saw action in all 12 games ... Ranked third in the conference in scoring with 8.0 points per game ... Converted 8-of-10 PATs against Texas State during the season opener ... Booted two field goals against UTEP ... Connected on a 19-yard field goal early in the second quarter against the Miners and added a 34-yard field goal midway through the final period ... drilled field goals of 29 and 31 yards at UCLA ... Saw streak of 16 consecutive field goals snapped with 47-yard miss against Tulane ... Tied career high for most made PATs totaling eight against Memphis ... Nailed a 32-yard field goal in the third quarter and added two PATs against Tulsa ... Made two field goals of 37 and 27 yards and connected on five extra points at Southern Miss ... Made two field goals, including a season-long 49-yarder in the season finale at Texas Tech.
Redshirt Freshman (2009): Second on the team with 74 points ... Led Cougars with 12 field goals and 38 PATs ... Nailed each of his first 12 field goal attempts to open his career ... made season debut against Northwestern State during the season opener ... Booted five kickoffs for an average of 60.1 yards, including a touchback, against the Demons ... Also nailed his first PAT attempt ... Drilled a 22-yard field goal and connected on all five extra points against C-USA rival SMU ... Kicked field goals of 34 and 23 yards and connected on all six PAT attempts against C-USA rival southern Miss ... Had a career day at C-USA rival Tulsa ... Booted the game-winning 51-yard field goal as time expired against Tulsa ... Finished with four field goals and connected on all four PAT attempts ... Tied as the fourth-longest field goal in school history ... Converted all nine PAT attempts against Rice during the regular-season finale. Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl: Booted a pair of 33-yard field goals and added a PAT against Air Force.
Freshman (2008): Sat out as a redshirt.
High School: Played for head coach Kevin Atkinson at Keller High where he was a high school teammate of Crawford Jones ... Named to the All-District Second Team as a senior ... also named Player of the Week ... Was a goalkeeper in soccer ... Named All-Region First Team and All-State Second Team ... Was the District 5-5A Goalkeeper of the Year ... A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Full name is Matthew Grady Hogan... Born Jan. 17, 1990, in Chicago... Son of Patrick and Jan Hogan ... Enjoys playing basketball and video games in his spare time ... Majoring in management.
Hogan's Career Bests
Points Scored: 21, vs. UAB, 2012
Field Goals:6, vs. UAB, 2012
Long Field Goal: 52, UAB, 2012
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 16 (10/24/09 to 10-9-10)
PATs: 10, three times
Consecutive PATs Made: 18 (9-5-09 to 11-14-09)