Mission

The HD Hogan Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Fund was established to honor the memory of this fallen Marine, Rodeo Cowboy, and Hero. It was established to carry on the legacy of the man he was - a true America who loved his country and the sport of rodeo. The HD Hogan Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Fund is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that awards college scholarships annually to high school seniors, to assist them in continuing their education and rodeo careers in college. 

Requirements

  • Current High School Senior
  • Current Rodeo Participant
  • Attending College Next Year
  • Send Essay (See Application Process)

Application Process

These scholarships are available to all state's high school rodeo team's seniors who wish to apply, not limited by gender or events. To be considered for one of these scholarships, send an essay that defines what being an American means to you, and what the sport of rodeo means to you. Please include your name, contact information, and where you plan to attend college. Must be postmarked by September 1st, 2017.

Mail essay to:

HD Hogan Memorial Scholarship Fund
407 South X Road
Aurora, NE 68818


Congratulations to the following recent recipients of a $1,000 scholarship from the HD Hogan Rodeo Scholarship Fund:

2016

  • Dalton Crosson, Northeast Texas Community College
  • Megan Turek, Laramie County Community College
  • Kalen Hatzfeld, Colorado State
  • Trevor Leisy, Mid-Plains Community College
  • Tyrel Rieker, Fort Scott Community College

2015

  • Haley Nicole Lindsey
  • Kate Bodeau
  • Nolan Richie
  • Rowdy Moon, Midwest Community College
  • Tristin Theissen
  • Brady Cleveland

2014

  • Cody Devers, Kansas HS Rodeo Team, Garden City Comm. College
  • Shakota Field, Oklahoma HS Team, Vernon Comm. College
  • Marti Faubrion, Kansas HS Team, Coffeyville Comm. College
  • Kelsey Graf, Texas HS Team, Tarleton State
  • Anna Barker, Washington HS Team, New Mexico State
  • Brady Jandreau, Nebraska HS, OK Panhandle State
  • Cody Nye, Nebraska HS Team, Gillette College

2013

  • Brady Wakefield
  • Cord Barricklow
  • Dalton Cunningham
  • Deni Taylor
  • Jordan Hagedorn
  • Katie George