|High School [Prev. School]||Vallivue [Ole Miss]|
2011-12: Played in 34 games, including 32 starting assignments … averaged 7.2 points per game … hit the second most three-point field goals (61) among Crusaders while boasting the team’s top three-point field goal percentage (40.9) … three-point percentage good for seventh in the Horizon League … added 49 assists and 23 steals …scored five points against Arizona in first career regular season game as a Crusader (Nov. 7) … contributed a career-high 19 points to go along with a season-high four assists at Georgia Southern (Nov. 11) … scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds against IU Kokomo (Nov. 19) … opened Horizon League play with an 11-point performance in a win against Butler … (Dec. 3) … scored 15 points to go along with four rebounds and four steals against IPFW (Dec. 7) … posted 11 points in loss to Oakland (Dec. 17) … scored 18 points, including 4-of-8 from three, against Northern Illinois (Dec. 20) … registered 15 points in game with IUPUI (Dec. 23) … scored a season-high and career-high 23 points at Detroit … made a career-high seven three-pointers (Jan. 6) … 11 points on 4-of-6 shooting against Youngstown State (Jan. 13) … recorded nine points at home against Detroit (Feb. 2) … nine points and three assists versus UIC (Feb. 14) … 16-point effort against Loyola (Feb. 21) … scored 14 points in regular season finale against Butler (Feb. 24) … played all 40 minutes and scored six points in loss to Miami in the opening-round of the NIT (March 14) ... named Valparaiso athletic department's Male Newcomer of the Year by SAAC.
Ole Miss: Appeared in 48 games over his three years ... made seven starts as a freshman in 2008-2009 ... averaged 2.3 points per game, including a career-high 16 points at Arkansas, and tied for third on the team with 44 assists as a freshman ... played in four games in 2009-2010 before suffering injury, for which he was granted a medical redshirt ... saw action in 14 games last season for the Rebels ... was a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll throughout his tenure.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Falcons ... earned 5A State Player of the Year honors from the Idaho Statesman after averaging 16.7 points, 3.8 assists and 3.7 steals per game in his final season ... led Vallivue to Idaho 5A State championship as a senior ... set school record in 2007-2009 for most steals in a season … named 5A South Idaho Player of the Year and an All-State First Team selection after helping Vallivue to the state consolation championship as a junior … named team’s Most Valuable Player and also served as team captain … also earned two letters in tennis … a member of National Honor Society … played AAU basketball for Boise Elite … made the Top 20 “Best of the Best” All-Star Game at the Double Pump Elite Camp in 2006-2007.
Personal: Will is the son of Bill and Janelle Bogan … working towards his MBA at Valpo after graduating from Ole Miss in three years with a bachelor’s degree in managerial finance … born September 6, 1989.