No. 2 on Nebraska's Career Blocked Shot List (126)
No. 8 on Nebraska's Career Rebound List (659)
Second-Team Academic All-District (1999-2000)
Four-Time First Team Academic All-Big 12 (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00)
Time Warner Cable Classic All-Tournament Team (1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00)
Seelbach Hilton Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team (1998-99)
1999-00 (Senior) A talented offensive player, strong rebounder and intimidating shot blocker, Charlie Rogers put the finishing touches on a solid collegiate career by becoming the 20th player in NU history to cross the 1, 000-points mark in her career.
The forward/center from South Sioux City, Nebr., knocked down a pair of free throws with 34 seconds left in the NCAA Tournament against Boston College to end her career with 1, 001 points. She ranks eighth on Nebraska's all-time list with 659 rebounds and second with 126 blocks.
Along with her abilities on the court, Rogers was a four-time first-team academic All-Big 12 performer. She added GTE Second-Team Academic All-District recognition.
Rogers produced the most consistent season of her career by starting all 31 games for the Huskers as a senior, averaging 9.8 points and a team-leading 7.9 rebounds per game. Her rebounding average ranked 10th in the Big 12, while her 38 blocked shots ranked sixth in the conference.
She hit 55.7 percent of her field goal attmepts and a career-best 65.8 percent of her free throw opportunities. She posted seven double-doubles, including 15 points and a career-high 20 rebounds against Drake to finish with 11 career points-rebounds double-doubles. She added a career-high five blocked shots against Kansas State in the final home game of her career.
1998-99 (Junior) Rogers started 27 games for the Huskers and averaged 7.4 points and 4.5 reoubnds.
She scored a season-high 18 points and added six rebounds against Texas, which followed a 16-point, nine-rebound effort in a win over Colorado.
Rogers produced a 10-point, 10-rebound effort in the Huskers' 85-67 win over North Texas. She scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in NU's 75-72 win over Drake. Rogers ranked seond on the team with 28 blocked shots.
Rogers made 13 starts in Big 12 play, averaging 6.6 points and 4.4 rebounds.
1997-1998 (Sophomore) Despite being sidelined with a foot injury late in the season, Rogers put together a solid season.
Although she missed five games, Rogers finished as the Huskers' third-leading scorer, averaging 9.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game while contributing a team-high 36 blocked shots.
She set a career high with 21 points and added eight rebounds against Arizona. Rogers finished the year ranked third in the Big 12 in total blocks (36). She posted double figures in rebounding twice, while playing in 28 games with 16 starts. She led the Huskers and the Big 12 in field-goal percentage, connecting on 60.6 percent of her shots.
Rogers missed five conference games, but managed nine starts in 11 appearances in league play. She averaged 10 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in conference action, while hitting 60.5 percent of her field goals.
1996-97 (Freshman) Rogers worked her way into the starting lineup in her first season. She started 16 games overall, including all but two of the final 18 contests. She averaged 6.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game, and was among the Big 12 leaders in field goal percentage at 58.2 percent. She averaged 6.6 points and 4.3 rebounds in league play, while shooting 63.4 percent from the field.
Rogers scored a season-high 17 points against Southern Utah. She posted the first double-double of her career at No. 9 Texas, finishing with 10 points and a season-high 12 rebounds. Rogers blocked a team-high 24 shots.
High School Rogers was a first-team Super-Stater, Nebraska's all-class, all-state team, after averaging 18.7 points, 10.3 rebounds, 3.7 steals and 3.2 blocked shots per game at South Sioux City High School. She was the leading rebounder in shool history and a four-year starter who led her team to back-to-back state titles and 41 straight wins.
South Sioux City was the 15th-ranked team in the nation by USA Today and ninth by ESPN her senior season.
Personal Rogers was born Oct. 9, 1978 in Souix City, Iowa. She is the daughter of Charles Rogers and Kathy Rogers. She has one younger brother, Corey. Rogers graduated from Nebraska in 2002.
Rogers' Career Statistics
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