Mark Hogan was the pitching coach of the Broncos first National Baseball Congress Championship team in 1989. National Baseball Congress experts still rave about his staff, which compiled an astounding 0.90 earned run average in 70 innings. In eight games, the staff yielded only 48 hits and 13 runs, only 7 earned. It struck out 56 and walked a mere 24. Hogan, along with head coach Rick Dreiling (1998 Hall of Fame inductee) started the use of charts, which continues today for the Broncos.
Hogan drove the pitchers every day of the summer. He insisted each learn a new pitch and all left the summer a much-improved pitcher than when he came to the Broncos in May. Coach Hogan moved to Livingston College after coaching the Broncos. He led Livingston into the rankings for the first time in history for the school. He is currently head coach for Southeast Missouri State. On his recommendation, the Broncos hired current manager, Mark Wasikowski.