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2014 - SENIOR SEASON: Selected by Sporting KC in the third round, 53rd overall, in the MLS SuperDraft after the season ... earned Second Team All-Conference USA honors after starting all 18 games for the Lobos … scored four goals and assisted on five others to tie for second on the team in scoring with 13 points … named to the TLC Plumbing and Utility Invitational All-Tournament Team … first goal of the season was a game-tying goal against No. 1 UCLA on Sept. 7 … also scored at San Diego on Sept. 14, at FAU on Oct. 8 and vs. South Carolina on Nov. 7 … earned two assists at UAB on Oct. 29 … also earned assists vs. UC Riverside on Sept. 5, vs. West Virginia on Oct. 1 and vs. Marshall on Nov. 1 … played 1,256 minutes to finish with more than 5,000 in his career … finished his career fourth in shots with 179, tied for fourth in assists with 20, and tied for eighth in both goals and starts with 22 and 73, respectively … part of a senior class that recorded 60 career wins, one shy of the school record ... named the Lobo Club's Male Student-Athlete of the Year ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2013 – JUNIOR SEASON All-Conference USA Third Team… Capital One Academic All-District Team member… member of NSCAA Scholar All-Region Team… Led the team in goals (seven) and assists (six)… His six assists were a career high… Opened the season with a pair of goals in the Lobos’ 7-2 victory over Villanova in the season opener (8-30-13)… Recorded four goals and one assist in first four matches of the season… Scored UNM’s lone goal in their victory over George Mason in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11-24-13)… Credited with four game-winning goals against Santa Clara, Florida International, Old Dominion and George Mason… Scored or assisted on eight game-winning goals.
2012 - SOPHOMORE SEASON All-MPSF Honorable Menton... TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week in final week of regular season... Capital One Academic All-District Team... Finished 2012 second on the team in goals behind Devon Sandoval... Appeared in 18 matches while starting 15 of them... Scored eight goals and five assists, which more than doubled his goal output from his freshman season... Opened the season by scoring four goals in his first six matches... Registered one goal and an assist in back-to-back matches at Denver (10-14-2012) and versus UNLV (10-19-2012)... Scored UNM's second goal of the night against Virginia in NCAA 2nd Round (11-18-2012).
2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON Made appearances in all 22 contests for the Lobos, starting 19 of them... Scored three goals on the season including consecutive game-winners against Santa Clara (Sept. 4) and Columbia (Sept. 9)... Third goal came against Denver on Oct. 14... Known for quickness on the front line... Finished the season with 11 points... Took 37 shots, put 13 on net for a .351 SOG%... Logged 1316 minutes.
CLUB/DEVELOPMENTALMade an appearance for the United States U-20 National Team versus Uruguay and Chile in summer of 2012... USSF Development Academy Program player for MLS Colorado Rapids 2009-2011 ... MLS SUM Cup (Youth) 2008 Golden Boot playing for MLS Real Salt Lake ... In 2009, traveled to Spain with MLS Real Salt Lake SUM Cup Team ... Member of the Region IV ODP Team 2006-2008 ...
HIGH SCHOOL Rogers played prep soccer at Highland High in Salt Lake City for two seasons before moving to Poudre High in Fort Collins... Academic All-State in 2009 at Poudre High.
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