He attended the AIS in 2006 and 2008, he represented Australia at the 2007 junior world championships. He attended college at Vanderbilt from 2007-2010. After his college career, Ogilvy played in Turkey and Spain before wining a championship in Germany with Brose Baskets.
Ogilvy finished the 2015/16 NBL season 3rd in NBL MVP voting behind former Hawks team mate Kevin Lisch, he was named to the All NBL First team for the 2nd time in just his second NBL season.
AJ filled the stats sheet all season, 16.4 points per game (7th in NBL), 8.5 rebounds (3rd), 1.5 steals (3rd) and 1.7 blocks (2nd), whilst shooting 55% from the floor, Ogilvy was also in the top 10 in free throws made shooting an impressive 77% from the line.
Has been a part of the Australian National Team on a number of occasions.
In 2016, Ogilvy played in Puerto Rico for Atenienses de Manati during the NBL off season.
Led the NBL with total rebounds and total blocks in 2016 with 265 rebounds and 54 blocks. Scored his career best last season when he had 36 points against the Cairns Taipans on the 6/11/2015. Equalled the all time most blocks by a rookie Australian with 65 in 2014 (matched Simon Dwight 1995).
Ogilvy best game in Puerto Rico came against Guayama when he finished with 28 points and 10 rebounds.