2022 (Senior): Appeared in 50 games, starting in 49 of those...Hit .318 with 63 hits, 50 runs scored, 43 RBIs, 17 doubles and 14 home runs...Hodge's .616 slugging percentage led ETSU, along with 14 home runs and 50 runs...Started the season with nine multi-hit games in his first 19 appearances, including a career-high six-RBI game against Rider (3/11) that included Hodge's first two-home run game...Had his first four-hit game of the season against Baylor (4/3), going 4-for-4 with a double and two home runs...Opened conference play against Western Carolina batting over .600 with a double and three home runs over three games, including a team-high four-run game and a five-RBI game...Plated four times against against Samford (5/8), holding two of the team's four four-run games...Evenly split his home runs between conference play and non-conference play...Had three of ETSU's nine two-home run games...Became the fourth active Buccaneer with 100 career hits in the series opener against The Citadel...Hodge's batting average never dropped under .300 all season...SoCon Player of the Week (4/11/22)...SoCon Student-Athlete of the Week (4/13/22)...Named Second-Team All Conference (Coaches).

2021 (Junior): Hodge started in 37 and played in 38 games primarily at first base… Was third on the team with a .295 batting average and second with a .575 slugging percentage, 40 RBI and 10 home runs… Logged a .362 on-base percentage with 11 doubles and 12 walks…Set season highs with four hits at Appalachian State (5/11), four RBI twice (at The Citadel, 4/17; at App State, 5/11)…Recorded his first Division I hit on Feb. 20 vs. Northern Kentucky, first RBI on Feb. 21 vs NKU and his first home run on Feb. 27 vs UNC Asheville… Led the team with 12 mutli-RBI games and was second on the squad with 13 multi-hit games including three three-hit games…Finished the season with a 1.000 fielding percentage…

Prior to ETSU: Played two seasons at Walters State Community College...Hit .387 with a .455 on-base percentage...In the two years Hodge logged 23 doubles, 18 home runs and 110 RBI...Was named first-team all conference and an NJCAA All-American in 2019. 

Personal: Born on August 18, 1998... Son of Tim and Judy Hodge...majoring in finance.