On Rogers: A versatile player who put in a tremendous spring effort … has proven to be a vivacious player who is exciting to watch … owns incredible attacking skills out of the right back … will likely see a majority of time in that position on the field.
International Experience: Selected to U.S. Field Hockey’s A-Camp twice.
As a freshman in 2000: Only true freshman field player to see time for the Terps ... contributed in eight games … scored first collegiate points in Maryland’s 11-2 victory over Radford (Sept. 17) … one of 13 Terps to score a goal, punching in a second-half score vs. the Highlanders … fed Carissa Messimer with her first career assist later in the half to total three points for the game.
Before Maryland: A high school All-America first-team selection and Boston Globe and News Tribune player of the year as a senior … selected MVP of the Middlesex league as a senior and twice named a league all-star … four-time News Tribune all-star … a two-year selection to the Boston Herald all-scholastic team … also a two-year Middlesex league all-star in ice hockey.
Personal: Born Dec. 1, 1982 … Catherine is the daughter of Elizabeth and James Rogers … a letters and sciences major.
Rogers’ Career Statistics
Year GP GS G A TP Shots GWG DS PS
2000 8 0 1 1 3 3 0 0 0-0
Totals 8 0 1 1 3 3 0 0 0-0
Rogers Single-Game Highs
Goals: 1 vs. Radford (Sept. 17, 2000)
Assists: 1 vs. Radford (Sept. 17, 2000)
Points: 3 vs. Radford (Sept. 17, 2000)
Rogers Up Close
What is your greatest athletic accomplishment? Attending A-Camp two years in a row.
I came to Maryland because: The field hockey program is successful and fun.
What do you want to accomplish this season? Play as a team to meet everyone’s goal of returning and winning the national championship.
After Maryland, I’d like to: teach at the elementary level.