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Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
City/State: Johns Creek, Ga.
High School: Johns Creek HS


2015: Started in 19 of 28 matches ... Finished the season with 512 assists, 11 service aces and 168 digs ... Led the team in assists ... Her career-highs included five kills and nine attacks against Charleston Southern, 49 assists against Gardner-Webb and 20 digs against USC Upstate ... Her 49 assists was a team season match high ... Top 10 in the league in assists ... Moved to fourth in PC's Division I career record book in assists with 528 ... Posted at least 20 assists in 14 matches ... 

2014: Sixth in the PC DI career record book in assists per set (0.39) and ninth in assist percentage (.262) ... Finished with eight digs on the year,  a season-high three coming against NC Central ... Recorded three assists in that match as well ...

2013: Played in 29 sets…had 53 digs, averaging 1.83 assists per set .45 assists per set … Has a career-high five assists against Eastern Illinois and a career-best 12 digs against James Madison …

High School: A four-year letter-winner and starting setter at Johns Creek High School, she was team captain as well ... Her team advanced to the Sweet 16 her freshman year, the Elite Eight her junior year and the final four her sophomore and senior years ... The HS Honor Roll member was an All-Area team member her junior and senior years ... Won the Gladiator Freedom Award, voted on by the team, and was named the Offensive Player-of-the-Year ... She holds the record for most assists in a season with 958 her senior year ... Rogers chose PC because it was the perfect size and the campus was beautiful.

Club: Played for the A5 club team and qualified for Nationals in the 13s, 15,s and 18s.

Personal: Born September 9, 1994 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Parents are Brad and Jean Rogers ... Brother Andrew played football at Western Carolina ... Major is undeclared.


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Volleyball Preseason 2013
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PC Volleyball - Furman - 8/30/11
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