20 - Kelsey Hogan
Kelsey Hogan
Height: 5-6
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Nashua, N.H.
High School: Nashua North
Position: G
 
CAREER HIGHS
Points..................................................20 (twice)
Rebounds............................................ 11 at Maine (03/02/13)
Assists.................................................9 (twice)
Free throws..........................................8 at Yale (11/14/12)
3-Point FG Made....................................4 (three times)
Steals..................................................3 (six times)
Blocks..................................................1 (four times)

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

• America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll (2012)
• America East All-Rookie Team (2011)
• America East Rookie of the Week, four times (2010-11 season)


CAREER RANKINGS
• No. 9 in 3-pointers made (113)
• No. 12 in assists (276)

2012-13 SEASON | Stats | Photos

• Co-captain
• Played in 23 of 30 games and was in the starting lineup 22 times
• Missed seven games due to injury, including the last five January games
• Led the team in assists (73; 3.2 per game)
• Third in scoring (9.8 ppg) and fourth in rebounding (3.9 rpg) as well as second in 3-pointers made (27) and 3-point FG percentage (.333)
• Ranked second in free throw percentage (.827) and minutes per game (32.9); third in minutes (757)
• In the America East conference, ranked seventh in both assists per game and minutes per game
• In 11 conference games (10 starts), averaged 11.4 ppg, 4.1 rpg and 2.6 apg
• In the last nine games of the season (Feb. 6 marked her return to the starting lineup), averaged a team-high 12.8 ppg as well as 5.0 rpg and 2.8 apg
• Game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer in the America East quarterfinal game vs. Stony Brook (03/08); finished that game with a team-high 13 points (4-9 FGs, 3-5 3-pointers)
• Recorded 17 points vs. Vermont (02/06) on a perfect 6-for-6 field goals, including four 3-pointers; the first ‘Cat since 2005 to shoot 100% from the floor (minimum five attempts) since January 2005
• Became the 13th Wildcat to record 250 career assists Feb. 2 at Stony Brook
• Tied her career high of 20 points at UMBC (02/13) on 7-14 FGs, including 4-8 3-pointers
• Climbed into a tie for 10th on career 3-point leaderboard with the last of her four 3-pointers at UMBC
• Recorded her first career double-double with 12 points and career-high 11 rebounds in the regular-season finale at Maine (03/02)
• Matched her personal best of nine assists at Holy Cross (11/17)
• Career-high eight free throws made in the season opener at Yale (11/14)
• Equaled her personal best of four 3-pointers in consecutive games against Vermont (02/06) and at UMBC (02/13)
• 13 double-digit scoring games, including each of the first four games of the season
• Led the team in scoring six times
• Team leader in assists 13 times

2011-12 SEASON
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Stats  
• Started all 30 games
• Led the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.446; 41-for-92) and assists (76)
• Second in 3-point field goals made (41) and minutes (33.9 mpg), and tied for second in steals (29)
• Third in points (307), scoring average (10.2), FG made (96) and attempted (249), FG% (.386), FT made (74) and attempted (93), rebounds (113) and rebound average (3.8 rpg)
• Led the America East conference in 3-point FG%; ranked fifth in FT%; 7th in minutes; 11th in scoring and assists; 12th in FG%
• In 16 America East conference games, averaged 9.1 ppg; made 37 of 42 (.881) free throws
• Was the team’s assist leader in 12 games and the top scorer four times
• Career-high 10 rebounds vs. Seton Hall (11/16); was UNH’s top rebounder that game
• Recorded 5+ rebounds eight other times
• Season-high 17 points in the season opener at Brown (11/11); made 4 of 5 3-point field goals
• Scored in double figures 14 other games, including 16 pts in the WBI tourney game at Holy Cross (03/15)
• Multiple 3-point field goals 10 times, including both postseason games and 4-for-6 vs. Binghamton (01/22)
• Played all 40 minutes three times – vs. Harvard (12/06), at Vermont (01/14) and vs. UMBC (03/02)
• Season-high five assists three times – vs. Harvard (12/06), at Boston U. (01/19) and vs. Boston U. (02/15)
• Went 6-for-6 from the foul line against Binghamton (02/25), UMBC (01/28) and Manhattan (12/09)
• Matched her career high of three steals four times – at Iowa State (12/29), at UBMC (01/02), at Maine (01/25) and vs. Vermont (02/11)

2010-11 SEASON | Stats
• Started all 29 games
• Led the team and America East conference in both 3-point FG percentage (.413; 43-104) and assists (118)
• Ranked second on the team in minutes (33.1 mpg) and steals (25)
• Ranked third in 3-pointers made (43), free throws made (52) and attempted (72)
• Fourth in scoring (8.2 ppg) and rebounds (84)
• Led the team in assists 19 times and tallied 5+ assists in 11 games
• Career-high nine assists vs. Stony Brook (02/09)
• Season-high 16 points with five rebounds and six assists against Stony Brook (01/15)
• Season-best six rebounds versus Albany (02/03); recorded five rebounds in five games

2009-10 SEASON
• Redshirt season due to injury

2008-09 SEASON
• Redshirt season due to injury
• Played in three games before suffering a season-ending injury at Long Island (11/28)
• Career-high 20 points as well as eight rebounds against Bryant (11/14)

BEFORE UNH
• First ever 1,000-point scorer in Nashua North High School history
• Amassed 1,032 points, 362 steals and 282 assists
• All-State and All-Area Team selection each of her four seasons
• All-Academic Team honoree as a junior

YEAR GP GS FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OReb DReb REB AVG PF ASST TO BLK STL PTS AVG
2008-09 3 3 8 27 .296 2 11 .182 6 8 .750 0 10 10 3.3 6 9 17 0 1 24 8.0
2010-11 29 29 71 198 .359 43 104 .413 52 66 .788 16 68 84 2.9 70 118 118 1 25 237 8.2
2011-12 30 30 96 249 .386 41 92 .446 74 93 .796 21 92 113 3.8 69 76 80 2 29 307 10.2
Total 62 62 175 474 .369 86 207 .415 132 167 .790 37 170 207 3.3 145 203 215 3 55 568 9.2
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