Rogers, 22, spent four seasons at Harvard University, battling injuries in the latter part of his college career. During his time with the Crimson, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound forward registered 14 goals in 53 matches. In his sophomore year at Haravrd, the Bronxville, New York, native received NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team honours.
Junior (2011): Played in 11 games ... Tied for the Harvard lead with two goals ... Scored the game-winning goal in 83rd minute against Northeastern (Sept. 4) ... Netted a goal against Rhode Island (Sept. 11).
Sophomore (2010): NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team ... Honored on All-Ivy League second team ... Started all 15 games he appeared in ... Led Harvard with five goals and also tacked on an assist ... Ranked fifth in the Ivy League in goals ... Had a team-high 38 shots.
Freshman (2009): Played in all 19 games, starting 15 ... Named to NSCAA All-Northeast Region third team ... Honored as Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... Earned All-Ivy League second team honors ... Second on the Crimson with six goals.
Helped Columbus Crew Juniors win 2010 Super-20 Finals by scoring four goals in tournament.
Starting forward on the varsity soccer team eighth through 12th grade ... Soccer co-captain senior year ... Was nation's sixth leading scorer with 44 goals in 2008, leading team to state championship ... Gatorade New York State Player of the Year 2008-09 ... NSCAA All-American in 2008 ... ESPN Rise All-American 2008-09 ... NSCAA All-Region 2007-08 ... NSCAA first-team All-State 2007-08 ... New York State Championship tournament MVP in 2008 ... New York State leading goal scorer in 2007 and 2008 ... Starting point guard on the basketball team freshman and sophomore years ... Honor roll each quarter in high school.
Father, David '77, was a member of the varsity basketball team ... Mother, Christine Duffy '77, and brother, Joshua '07, both went to Harvard ... Uncle, Brad, played basketball and graduated in 1973 from Wesleyan ... High school class president 2007-08 ... Sports editor of high school newspaper, The Mirror ... Meals on Wheels volunteer during high school.