Brooklyn Hogden, a senior at Bridge City High School, signed to play volleyball at Houston Baptist University under Coach Kaddie Platt.

Hogden is a three year letterman of the Bridge City High School Volleyball team and the 2011 Team Captain. Hogden was one of only forty girls in the state to be selected by the Texas High School Girls Coaches Association to the 3A All-State Volleyball Team. She was also selected to the THSGCA Class 3A All-State Academic Team and was only one of twenty in 3A to receive both of these honors.

She is a four year Scholastic All District Award Recipient, a three year 21-3A All-District selection. Hogden led the Lady Cardinals this season with 504 kills. She was good on 556 of 597 serves received. She also posted 365 digs, 159 assists, 62 aces and 59 blocks. Hogden has played club volleyball at Orange County Juniors for five years and is currently playing for Jefferson County Juniors.

Hogden maintains a 4.19 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society. She is a four year letterman in softball and was a two year All District Selection, four year letterman of Basketball and was a three year All District Selection, She is co-head cheerleader and a four year cheerleader. She is a three year All American. She was awarded the 2011 NCA Individual Leadership Award and she was invited to be on the NCA Cheer staff.

She has received honors such as the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence, Rotary Club Academic Excellence Award and was chosen as a 2011 RYLA leadership Camp Participate her Junior Year and was also selected to be a 2010 Cheer Hawaii USA Participate.

She is a member of the Ping Pong Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, as well as the Ready Set Teach Program. She is a two year member and the Vice President of TAFE. She is a four year member of STUCO and represents BCHS as the vice president of the Executive Student Council. Brooklyn was also named the 2011 Homecoming Queen and the 2011 Winter Ball Queen.