Hogenson earns invite to U.S. women’s U18 Select Camp
The USA Hockey National Player Development Camp will include a total of 70 players, with Hogenson being one of six goaltenders.
Hogenson, of South High fame, has proven to be one of the best netminders for her age group and she’s built up her resume by beating the boys.
As a freshman in high school she helped the South Wolverines reach the 2017 ASAA Division I state championship game.
And twice she was part of an Alaska Oilers team that won the Pacific District Tournament and advanced to the USA Hockey Youth Tier I National Championships.
In 2017 it was with the U15 squad. In 2016 it was the U14 group.
Hogenson is the second player from the Alaska Oilers program this month to earn national notoriety after Anchorage’s Hunter Strand was named to the U.S. men’s U17 team for the 2018-19 season.