Tim Hogan joined the UC San Diego men's soccer coaching staff as an assistant in late March of 2015. The 2016 season is his second in the program. His primary responsibility is training the Triton goalkeepers.
In his first go-around in La Jolla, Hogan mentored redshirt junior starting goalkeeper Cameron McElfresh to All-California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) honorable mention, with seven shutouts, tied for second in the league, over 18 contests.
Hogan's previous college coaching experience includes stints as an assistant with the men's programs at UC Riverside from July of 2010 to June of 2011 and Florida Gulf Coast University from 2007-09, as well as Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and Goucher College in Baltimore, Md., both in 2006. He guided the goalkeepers at each spot, while also aiding in recruiting at UCR.
In and around those coaching stops, Hogan worked as a journalist at the Culpeper (Va.) Star-Exponent and Inside Lacrosse magazine, and as an assistant director of The Annual Fund for Georgetown Athletics. Hogan served as a national director of corporate and cause partnerships for Boys & Girls Clubs of America in Atlanta, Ga., beginning in July of 2011, and continues to work for BGCA alongside his duties at UCSD. He had earlier been at the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana as its director of development for two years.
Hogan completed his bachelor's degree at Georgetown in 2004 as a double major in English and classics. He played soccer there as a goalkeeper for the Hoyas under current Triton head coach Jon Pascale, then a GU assistant. He later earned his master's in English in 2009 from Florida Gulf Coast in Fort Myers, Fla. Hogan, originally from Richmond, Va., now resides in Encinitas.