2011-2012: Finished her senior fall season with a 1-7 record ... Her victory came against Wisconsin-Milwaukee in straights sets 6-1, 6-3 ... During doubles play, partnering with fellow senior Sara McLaughlin, ended the fall with a 3-6 doubles record with consecutive wins coming against Western Michigan (8-6) and Michigan State (8-5) ... Finished her senior spring season with a 3-11 singles record ... She won consecutive matches against North Dakota (6-1, 6-0) and Bradley (6-1, 6-3) ... Ended her doubles spring season with a 9-14 record ... Won five consecutive matches at No. 1 doubles with partner Sara McLaughlin ... Finished her senior year with 16 wins on the season.
2010-11: Finished the 2010-11 campaign with a singles record of 1-18 and a doubles record of 5-14...Spent time at the Nos. 1, 2, and 3 positions in singles play and the Nos. 1 and 2 positions in doubles play.
2009-10: Went 8-10 overall in singles play and 7-13 in doubles ... Spent majority of time at the No. 2 position, earning a 6-8 record ... Enjoyed a five-match win streak from Feb. 26 to March 6 ... Played in all 20 doubles matches at the No. 1 position, winning seven of nine matches from Feb. 6 through March 27.
2008-09: Named the Huskies' Most Valuable Player ... Racked up a team-high 17 combined singles wins (17-7), and went 15-15 in doubles action ... Spent time at both the No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions ... Won six-of her first eight collegiate singles matches ... Enjoyed two winning streaks of five or more matches ... Went 6-2 in MAC singles contests ... Played all three doubles positions, teaming with four different partners ... Won three-of her first four career doubles matches ... Recorded wins in both singles and doubles on seven occasions, including versus ninth-seeded Ball State in the first-round of the Mid-American Conference Championships ... During the fall season, Rogers was part of two doubles wins at both the Hotels at Grande Pointe Tennis Invitational, and the Ball State Invitational.
Prior to NIU: Six-year letterwinner (7th-12th grade), and played No. 1 singles all six seasons ... owns the school record for most wins (156) ... her high school team never lost a dual match in her tenure on the varsity squad ... compiled a 156-37 individual record ... was a first-team all Big Nine Conference performer all four seasons ... finished in sixth-place at the state of Minnesota championships her senior season ... placed third in the state in singles as a junior ... served as team captain in both her junior and senior campaigns ... was named team Most Valuable Player as a senior ... on the junior circuit, participated in the notable National Hard Court Championships (2007), the National Clay Court Championships (2007) and the Easter Bowl-Spring National Championships (2006).
Personal: Daughter of Sylvia and Steve Rogers ... Birthdate: Feb. 8, 1990 ... brother, Alex, plays tennis at the College of St. Scholastica ... Major: Business.