Versatility and a live bat earned Belleview’s Hogan a scholarship to Pasco-Hernando State College

Today’s senior spotlight is on Hannah Hogan of Belleview High School. 

Hogan, who played infield and outfield for the Rattlers’ softball team. After transferring from Lake Weir after her freshman year, Hogan started nearly every game for the Rattlers and become one of the best utility players, playing every position except first base and pitcher heading into her senior year. 

Hannah Hogan of Belleview High School.

Offensively, she will leave Belleview High School as a career .304 hitter with 46 runs scored. Hogan was one of seven seniors on the Rattlers’ softball team.  Hogan, who had converted to a slap hitter last summer, saw her batting average rise from .333 as a junior to .394 this season for the 11-0 and No. 1 ranked Rattlers. She had 13 hits and six runs driven in and was on pace to double what she did her junior season. She also scored 12 runs and was a perfect 6-for-6 on the bases. 

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 Hogan will continue her softball career at Pasco Hernando State College.  She plans on getting her AA degree to become a physical therapy assistant.

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