Nick Hogsed

FR/IM

Player profile

  • Hometown Sharpsburg, Ga.
  • Last School East Coweta
  • Last College Arizona
  • Year Senior

Career Honors | Bests
• 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier
• CSCAA Honorable Mention All-American (800 Free Relay – 2018)
• CSCAA First Team Scholar All-American (18)
• Big Ten Sportsmanship Award (19)
• Academic All-Big Ten (19)
• Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (19)

School Records
• 800 Free Relay – 6:13.44 (2019)

As A Senior (2018-19)
• Won the 500 Free at the CSCAA National Invitational Championship with a time of 4:20.97.
• Third leg of the school-record 800 Free Relay team, placing third with a time of 6:13.44 at the Big Ten Championships.
• Took eighth in the 500 Free at Big Tens after setting a season-best time of 4:19.34 in the preliminary; also recorded a season-best 1650 Free time of 15:12.52 and 400 IM time of 3:51.40.
• Represented Ohio State at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, posting the No. 3 1000 Free time in program history with a time of 9:01.68 for fifth; also took fifth in the 500 Free (4:21.81).
• Led the team in the 500 Free, 1000 Free and 1650 Free; No. 2 on the team in the 400 IM.

As A Junior (2017-18)
• NCAA Qualifier in the 800 Free Relay.
• Third leg of the 15th-place 800 Free Relay team at the NCAA Championships, clocking in at 6:17.37.
• Claimed a bronze medal as part of the school-record setting 800 Free Relay team with a time of 6:16.92 at the Big Ten Championships.
• Finished sixth in the 500 Free (4:16.89), seventh in the 400 IM (3:47.07 – personal best) and seventh in the 1650 Free (15:03.67).
• Swam a personal-best 500 Free time of 4:16.73 at the Ohio State Last Chance Meet, going on to place first in the finals.
• Posted a career-best time of 1:37.49 in the 200 Free at the USA Winter Nationals.
• Won the 200 Free (1:38.47) and notched a personal-best time of 46.15 in the 100 Free, placing third vs. Akron and Denison.
• Took first in both the 500 Free and 1000 Free against Kenyon.

Prior to Ohio State – Arizona
2015-16
• Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention honors.
• Had the second-fastest time on the team in the 500 free (4:18.45) and third-fastest in the 1,000 free (9:09.93).
• Took second in the 500 free against No. 1 Texas with 4:34.10 and third in the 1,000 free with 9:26.99.
• Was runner-up in the 1,000 free versus No. 18 USC (9:21.74) and third in the 500 free (4:31.06).
• At the Texas Invitational, placed fifth in the 500 free with 4:19.96 and sixth in the 1,650 free with 15:05.61.
• At Pac-12 Championships, finished first in the B final of the 500 free (4:18.45) and ninth in the 1,650 free (15:00.51).

2014-15
• Had the third fastest time in the 500 free (4:22.35), 1,000 free (9:18.25) and 1,650 free (15:07.94).
• Held the fourth fastest time in the 400 IM with 3:54.90.
• At Pac-12 Championships, he took eighth in the 1,650 free and first in the C final of the 500 free for his season-best times, earning ‘B’ cuts in both.
• Hogsed also finished third in the C final of the 400 IM with 3:56.14.
• At the Texas Invitational, he placed eleventh in the 1,650 free for another ‘B’ cut, first in the C final of the 500 free, second in the D final of the 400 IM.
• Against Cal, he finished third in the 1,000 free, fourth in the 500 free and sixth in the 200 free.
• Placed first in the 1,000 free against Stanford and third in the 500 free.

High School
• A four-year letterwinner at East Coweta High School in all events.
• Currently holds all school records.
• Swam the 400 free at the Olympic trials, and the 400 free and 800 free at the World Championship trials.
• Rated as the 15th best high school swimmer in the state of Georgia and the 420th best swimmer in the class of 2014 according collegeswimming.com.

Personal
• Son of Angie and Alan Hogsed.
• Has a sister (Maggie).
• Majoring in geography with a minor in aviation.
• Has dreams of training for 2020 Olympics and then becoming a military aviator, followed by commercial aviation.
• Chose Ohio State because of the energetic and confident coaching staff as well as trusting teammates.
• Most memorable swimming moment of his career was competing at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials.