Placed sixth in the 100 back (47.18), seventh in the 200 back (1:43.98) and 11th in the 50 free at the 2011 Pac-10 championships
Has the school's eighth-best all-time mark in the 100 back (47.17)
Was 12th in the 100 back (48.76) at the 2009 Short Course Nationals
Swam a 56.27 in the 100 back at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials
Placed 13th in the 100 back (56.99) at the 2008 World Youth Swimming Championships
High School Success
Finished 16th in the 200-meter back (2:06.23) at the 2008 Santa Clara Grand Prix
Parents are Rick and Jeanette Rogers
Majoring in political science
Born May 8, 1990, in Boston, Mass.
100 Back 47.17
200 Back 1:43.98
100 Back 56.27
200 Back 2:03.31
Why did you choose Cal?
I chose Cal because I felt it had the balance of athletics, academics and social life that appealed to me more than all the other schools.
What do you hope to gain from your four years at Cal?
I hope to get a world-class education here that will translate into a career, as well as benefit from a world-class training program that will help me excel in and out of the pool.
What do you think makes Cal different than any other school?
Cal is different than any other school because it offers an extremely diverse experience in an educational, social, and ideological sense.
What are your swimming goals for this year and for the rest of your college swimming career?
This year I hope to qualify for NCAAs. Before I leave I want to see Cal with another national title.