Battling injury for part of the season, finished the year with a 15-9 record, seeing action at five different spots on the ladder ... opened the year on fire, winning eight of the first-nine matches, including a 3-2 victory over Denison's Grant Picarillo ... a confident and reliable player in extra-game matches, owned a 4-2 record in four-game matches and a flawless 3-0 record in five gamers ... claimed a 3-1 win over Franklin & Marshall's Hassan Ahmed to help lead the Mids to a team win at the CSA Team Championship.
In his first season playing squash, Rogers turned in a 14-7 record ... played multiple positions on the ladder -- No. 6 (4-0), No. 7 (1-1), No. 8 (4-6), No. 9 (5-0) ... opened the year with a 9-1 record, as Penn's Eric Bardiwal was Rogers' only stumble in the opening months ... produced a 10-5 record in three-game matches and was undefeated (2-0) in five gamers.
A 2001 graduate of American High School ... not only did he not play squash as a prep, he did not know what the sport was until he came to the Naval Academy ... letterwinner in soccer, baseball and football at American High ... three-year all-league goalkeeper ... soccer team captain his junior and senior years ... garnered all-league honors as a shortstop for the American High baseball team his senior season ... was also the team captain ... served as vice president of his junior class ... lifetime member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars ... serves as Lucky Bag Yearbook (Naval Academy) section editor ... majoring in honors history and minoring in Spanish ... named to the Superintendent's List and is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society ... son of Philip and JoAnn Rogers ... born July 2, 1983, in Fremont, Calif.