Kiana Rogers Athlete Profile

#9 Kiana Rogers

Position: Setter Height: 5-11 Roster Years: 2006-2010 Hometown: Placerville, CA Last School: Union Mine High School

Personal

  • Born Kiana Leigh Rogers in February 1988 in Bakersfield, Calif.
  • Parents are Jana and Doug Rogers
  • Has three sisters and one brother
  • Sister Aulani was a setter at Utah Valley State College
  • Enjoys going to movies, camping and sleeping
  • Sports hero is Rudy from the movie "Rudy" because no matter what his circumstances, he never gave up and always played his hardest
  • Recruited by Stanford, Florida State, Pacific, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, Rice, Utah State and Utah Valley State
  • Anthropology major

Before BYU

  • Played for the Gold Cal Juniors Volleyball Club under head coach Ruben Volta
  • Competed at the USA Junior Olympic Championships in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005

  • Played on the USA High Performance Team in 2002 and 2003
  • Won the Norhtern California Volleyball Association Power League Championship in 2002 and 2003 while competing on the NCVA Youth National Team in 2004
  • Received the "Best Setter" award at the 2003 Inter-Regional USA VolleyClassic
  • Four-year letterwinner at Union Mine High School in El Dorado, Calif.
  • Ranked as one of the top 100 volleyball players in the nation by prepvolleyball.com
  • Led her team to seventh-place finishes at the 2004 and 2005 State Championships and ninth-place finishes in 2002 and 2003
  • California Interscholasic Federation runners-up all four years
  • Named All-Metro First Team as a sophomore and junior
  • Sierra Valley Conference Co-Champions in 2004 and 2005 and outright champions in 2002 and 2003
  • Named first-team all-league as a sophomore, junior and senior while receiving second-team honors as a freshman
  • Team MVP award in 2004 and outstanding player award in 2003
  • 2004 and 2005 El Dorado County Gold Star Outstanding Student recipient

Stats

CAREER MATCH HIGHS
KILLS: 5 (three times)
HITTING PERCENTAGE: 1.000 at UNLV, 10/3/09
ASSISTS: 72 at SDSU, 9/15/07
ACES: 5 vs. Colorado St., 11/14/09
DIGS: 21 vs. Missouri, 8/30/08
BLOCKS: 8 vs. Colorado St., 11/14/09


Year-by-Year Statistics
Year  MP-GP  K   E   A   Pct.   Ast.  SA  SE  RE  Dig  BS  BA  TB  BE  BHE 
2007  14-47  25  4   65  .323   595   15  14  0   113  5   22  27  2   16 
2008  26-95  56  23  164 .201   963   20  33  1   233  1   39  40  5   12 
2009  29-107 53  15  151 .252  1017   24  29  3   228  6   86  92  8   11 
2010  30-117 49  19  148 .203  1147   32  21  3   306  2   62  64  12  13 
Total 99-369 183 61  528 .231  3722   91  97  7   880  14  209 223 27  52


2007 | Freshman Year

  • Played in 14 matches for the Cougars as a redshirt freshman, splitting time at the setter position with Amy Schlauder
  • Averaged 12.66 assists per game while ranking second on the team with 0.32 aces per contest and adding 2.40 digs per game
  • Helped the Cougars rank 21st nationally in assists on the year
  • Tallied five double-doubles on the year
  • Posted her first double-double in her BYU debut with 51 assists and 12 digs at Iowa, entering the match late in game one and helping the Cougars record a five-game comeback victory to earn the Hawkeye Challenge title
  • Made her first career start against No. 10 Wisconsin in the BYU Molten Classic, pacing the Cougars to a .324 hitting percentage in the five-game win while posting 63 assists and a career-high five blocks
  • Posted her second double-double with 53 assists and 12 digs against St. Mary's before notching 59 assists and 11 digs at No. 2 Stanford in the Stanford Invitational
  • Tallied personal bests in assists (72) and digs (16) at San Diego State while leading BYU to a .306 attack efficiency and an incredible five-game win to record the program's 1000th all-time victory
  • Set a new career high with 19 digs against Colorado State while adding 63 assists to post her fourth double-double in five matches and fifth overall
  • Named Academic All-Mountain West Conference

2008 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in every match and every set for BYU as the starting setter in her sophomore season
  • Averaged 10.14 assists per set, which ranked third in the Mountain West Conference, while also finishing the year with 20 aces, 0.21 per contest
  • Ranked third in the league in assists in MWC play (10.40)t
  • Tllied a team-best 10 double-doubles while posting double-digit digs in 10 matches on the year
  • Led the team in attack percentage four times, digs twice and blocks once
  • Posted two double-doubles during the BYU Molten Classic in the first weekend of the season, leading the Cougars in digs against Tulane (14) before putting up a career-high 21 digs against Missouri to help BYU capture the tournament title
  • The 21 digs was the highest dig total recorded by any Cougar the entire season
  • Continued her double-double streak with 12 kills vs. Siena, 13 vs. American and 11 at Texas A&M in the Texas A&M Invitational the following weekend, marking five straight double-doubles
  • Also recorded a career-high five kills vs. American
  • Contributed 39 assists and 14 digs in BYUs five-set loss at then-No. 14 Wisconsin, her sixth double-double of the year
  • Hit a season-high .667 with four kills on six swings against Air Force
  • Notched a season-best 58 assists vs. SDSU
  • Tallied 49 assists and 12 digs vs. TCU
  • Posted 50 assists and 17 digs at UNLV followed by 55 assists and 10 digs at then-No. 23 Utah
  • Recorded her final double-double of the year in BYUs five-set upset win over then-No. 15 Colorado State with 50 assists and 14 digs to go along with a career-high six blocks

2009 | Junior Year

  • Played in all 29 matches and 107 out of 110 sets for BYU as the starting setter in her junior season
  • Tallied 1,017 assists on the season, along with 53 kills, 24 service aces, 228 digs, six solo blocks and 86 assisted blocks
  • Ranked fifth in the conference for assists with 9.79 per set in conference play
  • Led the team with 9.50 assists per set overall
  • Was third on the team in total blocks with 92 and digs with 228
  • Tallied 0.86 blocks per set and 2.13 digs per set
  • Chalked up 0.22 service aces per set
  • Tallied a season-high 55 assists against San Diego State
  • Tallied a career-high five kills twice on the season against Ole Miss in the first match of the season and at Utah
  • Hit a perfect 1.000 at UNLV with one kill and one attempt
  • Tallied a season-high 16 digs against North Dakota State
  • Had a career-high eight blocks and five aces against Colorado State in the last home game of the season

2010 | Senior Year

  • Led the team in assists with 1,147 and in service aces with 32
  • Second-most digs on the team with 306
  • Had a .203 hitting percentage
  • Tallied 49 kills and 64 blocks
  • Recorded a season-high four kills and 56 assists on two different occasions, both for season-highs
  • Posted 12 attempts twice on the season for a career and season-high
  • Had a .333 hitting percentage against LMU, tying her career-high
  • Tallied a career and season-high 23 digs against Wyoming
  • Posted a season-high six block assists and six total blocks against Cal Poly
  • Recorded one solo block and four service aces against Idaho State for season-highs