Hogan kicked five points for Ballymacarbry as they won their 42nd county title in a row against great rivals Comeragh Rangers.
The Waterford attacker got 2-5 against Fethard in the Munster quarter final.
Hogan was central to Ballymac once again in the Munster final where they beta the Banner for the second consecutive year, claiming a 16th Munster title.
“I was probably a bit surprised actually,” Hogan said when receiving her first monthly award. “Probably expecting Bríd [McMaugh] if it was anyone from our club, but yeah, happy out with it now.”
She will be part of the Ballymac side that faces Clan Eireann in the All-Ireland semi-final on December 2nd.