Goggin was also an accomplished sprinter, competing on the professional running circuit in the mid-1960s. He won the 1964 Ballarat Gift.
After retiring from the VFL, Goggin coached Geelong West in the Victorian Football Association from 1972 until 1975. He led the club to the 1972 Division 2 premiership, a season in which the club was undefeated, and then to its first and only Division 1 premiership in 1975. He also played with the club in its 1972 premiership, and coached the club again to a Grand Final in 1979. He was also the coach of Victoria in State of Origin games on more than several occasions.
Victoria 19.12 (126) defeated Western Australia 10.12 (72), at the WACA Ground, 16 May 1989, crowd: 20,993 Victoria 22.17 (149) defeated South Australia 9.9 (63), at the MCG, 1 July 1989, crowd: 91,960