|High School:||Bishop England High School|
Rogers earned all-America honors for her doubles play for the second-consecutive year in 2008. During the fall season, Rogers swept the ITA Regionals, winning the singles tournament and teaming with Sara Vrabec to win the doubles tournament. Rogers would go on to finish eighth at the ITA National Small College Championships in both the singles and doubles brackets. The sophomore would also earn a spot on the all-University Athletic Association first team for her play in the first-doubles role during the conference tournament. Rogers teamed with Tshema Nash in doubles play, finishing the year ranked second in the nation after falling to the eventual national champions in the semifinals of the NCAA Division III Championships. She concluded her campaign with a 10-15 record in singles play and a 21-14 mark in doubles matches, including a 16-6 record with Nash.
Rogers was named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-America for her performance in doubles play in 2007. She was also named an All-University Athletic Association first team member for her performance in the third-singles position. Rogers finished the 2007 spring season with a team-best 16-5 record in singles play, and a 13-10 record teaming with Richelle Marasigan in the first doubles position.
Prior to Emory:
Four-year member of the Bishop England High School program where she played for Patricia Owens ... Named South Carolina High School Player of the Year in 2005 ... Team captain in 2005... Was ranked in the top 10 in 2005 in South Carolina... Ranked as high as number two in the state in doubles... Ranked 69th in singles and 27th in doubles in the South Region... Chosen to represent South Carolina in the 2005 Junior Fed Cup/Davis Cup Team.
Born December 20, 1988
"I was drawn to Emory by great academics and a great tennis program."