18 Bri Rogers
18 Bri Rogers
Height: 5-6
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Livonia, Mich.
High School: Ladywood
Position: Midfielder

Freshman (2017): Played in and started 19 games…finished with five goals and four assists for 14 points…two of her five tallies were game-winning goals…went 2-2 on penalty kick opportunities…had 18 shots on goal in 39 attempts…first collegiate goal came in win over King (TN.) on Sept. 3 at 71:41 from Abigail Gilmore on a corner-kick to a header…first game-winning goal came vs. Saginaw Valley State on Sept. 24, featured by the NCAA as one of the plays of the week...was named All-GLIAC First Team Midfielder.

Daughter of Kevin and Colleen Rogers ... Has a younger sister ... Played for the Ladywood Blazers in the Catholic High School League ... Coached by Joe Carver ... Led squad to a three district championships and three-straight regional title game appearances ... Helped squad capture a regional championship in 2014 ... Guided team to the Catholic League semifinals in 2016 ... Four-year starter ... Scholar-Athlete ... Played every minute of every game in 2015 season ... Earned all-league, all-district, all-region and all-state honors in her sophomore season ... All-Area choice ... Has twice claimed team's Hardest Worker Award ... Served as team captain last spring ... All-Catholic League selection ... Also earned all-district, all-region and all-area honors in her junior season ... Has competed in basketball on the varsity level ... National Scholar-Athlete choice ... Played travel soccer for the Livonia City Soccer Club and the Michigan Hawks ... Led club team to back-to-back state cup championships and a trip to the regionals in South Dakota ... Squad was a state cup finalist in 2015 and reached the semifinals in 2014.