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Rogan Named Assistant Men's Golf Coach

          Release: 08/02/2016
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CHARLESTON, S.C. – College of Charleston alum Shane Rogan (Class of ’16) has been named assistant men’s golf coach at his alma mater.

The Blythewood, S.C., native, competed for the Cougars from 2011-15 and served as a student assistant coach this past season during the program’s third-consecutive Colonial Athletic Association Championship title run and NCAA Regional appearance.

“I am happy to announce that Shane Rogan will be our assistant coach,” CofC Head Coach Mark McEntire said. “He has been in our program for the past five years, was a very highly-recruited player and will continue to give us credibility with recruiting the top players in the country. He is a Cougar through and through and we are happy to have him back.”

During his first year at The College, Rogan was named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team in 2012. He made 10 career tournament starts including a seventh-place finish at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate.

A former Class 4A Individual South Carolina State Champion at Blythewood High School in 2011, Rogan led his high school team to a state championship title in 2010 and was ranked as the No. 2 golfer in the Class of 2011 in the state of South Carolina. He graduated in May with a bachelor’s degree in physical education.