Just days after the Commodores clinched a trip to Omaha for the College World Series, Vanderbilt outfielder Matt Hogan has reportedly entered the transfer portal, according to Robbie Weinstein of 247Sports.

Hogan has largely been a reserve player for the Commodores, and this season has appeared in 19 games with 13 at-bats. He has scored four runs on two hits, and has a double with an RBI. Last season, Hogan made six appearances off the bench, and as a freshman in 2019 came in during four games. He’s played in 29 games over three seasons for the Vandy Boys.

Hogan is a product of Half Hallow Hills East in Plainview, N.Y.

On his team bio, here’s how coach Tim Corbin describes Hogan:

“Beloved by his teammates. Would drop anything to help anyone at anytime. His personality and his approach to life make the environment very pleasing. His physical tools are above average in every department. His refinement of the game is where Matt continues to focus his attention. His care level for what he is doing and his energy to do it, is uncanny. Everyone roots for this guy.”