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Reagan Hogan ‘22 Recruiting Profile

  • Myrtle Point High School
  • Coquille, OR
  • Softball
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Reagan Hogan's Softball Recruiting Profile
Coquille Red Devils
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Personal Statement

My collage goals and aspirations are to play softball while maintaining high grades/GPA, major in psychology, and to minor in culinary. In my opinion, what makes me different from the other recruits and makes me a good candidate for your team is how dedicated and driven I am for success on and off the field. I'm very intentive and focused for the game, but I do like to have fun. I like to learn new ways on how to do things and understand what I'm doing wrong and fix it. The best part of softball has to be the new experiences, new opportunities, meeting new people, and the game itself, of course! Another reason why I'm different from the other recruits is I have a lot of control over my body. I have a lot of flexibility, strength in my legs and core, overall better joint movement, and teamwork that I've acquired over the years from cheerleading and tumbling. The last reason why I'm a good candidate is because I'm very academically inclined. Like I mentioned earlier, I like to learn new things. I actually enjoying going to school, doing my work, and trying my best because I like to learn new material. The reason I want to major in psychology is that I want to help people. Psychology is mostly seen as a therapist talking to their client about their problems, but it's so much more to me then that. Personally, I'd like to study developmental, forensic, and counseling psychology. I want to help people of all ages with trauma that they've experienced and try to make them less afraid. I also want to be there to help them go through a rough time. They need to know that it's okay what they're going through and this will help the surrounding others that are going through the problem with them. I would like to talk to prisoners on how they can better themselves and make a plan on what they can do once they get out of jail. In my opinion, just because someone went to jail doesn't make them any less of a person. How prisons are built and the system is just awful, yes they went to prison for disobeying the law, but going to prison should be about learning from their mistakes and not to be strangled by them. They should be able to rejuvenate into a better version of themselves.  These are the reasons why I think that I'd be a good candidate for your team.


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Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 5 seasons
  • 2019 Coquille Red Devils (14u)
  • 2018 Coquille Red Devils (14u)
  • 2017 Coquille Red Devils (12u)
  • 2016 Coquille Red Devils (12u)
  • 2015 Coquille Red Devils (12u)

Additional Sports

  • Competitive Cheer/Dance
  • F
  • 10 Years
  • Club/Travel Team
  • I've done cheer since I was three years old. When I was in first, fourth, fifth, and seventh grade my teams went to nationals! My first and seventh grade teams placed in the top five. My first year we placed third, while in my last year, we placed 4.



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High School Information

High School:
Myrtle Point High School
(541) 572-1270

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