|Ogren's Career Statistics|
First appearance of the season came as the starting second baseman against Vassar, and went 1-for-3 with two runs and an RBI single in his first at-bat in the 10-2 win ... singled and scored in a reserve role in a 12-0 blanking of Quinnipiac ... thrust into a starting role for three games at the end of the regular season, and came through with two hits and a two-run double during a 9-4 victory at Harvard ... fielded all 18 chances flawlessly in those three starts ... scored a run and drove in another against Amherst ... came off the bench for defensive purposes in the first game of the Ivy League Championship Series at Columbia.
Appeared in two games for the Big Green, one as a pinch runner at UC Irvine on March 24, the other against Hartford at home in which he fielded two chances successfully and flew out to right.
Walked in two of his three plate appearances, scoring a run at Hartford ... caught a pop fly against the Hawks as his lone fielding chance.
Three-time letterman as a first baseman and shortstop at John Jay ... helped team win the league championship in each of his final two seasons ... as a junior, squad reached the sectional semifinals ... two-time New York State Scholar-Athlete ... AP scholar ... National Merit Scholar candidate ... garnered both the Lindsay Bates and the Lewisboro Baseball Association awards with scholarships for contributions to the community ... New York State Regents Honors Distinction.
Majoring in engineering modified with economics ... son of Jeff and Gerri and has one brother ... born May 22, 1992 in New York City ... father is a 1982 graduate of Dartmouth, and brother Kyle is in the Class of 2016 ... grandfather, George Kelley, played baseball, basketball and football at Holy Cross, was offered a contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers and was drafted by the NFL ... other grandfather was a nationally ranked member of the fencing team at Columbia ... uncle Scott was a world champion freestyle skier ... avid skier and writes music in his spare time.