Korie Rogers Athlete Profile

#7 Korie Rogers

Korie Rogers
Position: Opposite Hitter Height: 6-0 Roster Years: 1994-1998 Hometown: Poway, CA Last School: Poway High School



All-America

  • 1997 AVCA Second Team
  • 1997 Volleyball Honorable Mention
  • 1998 AVCA Second Team
  • 1998 Volleyball Third Team

Personal

Hails from Poway, Calif. ... daughter of Chad and Korinne Rogers ... oldest of four children ... majoring in English ... her hobbies include dancing, swimming, playing tennis, playing beach volleyball, snowboarding and being with friends ... favorite movies are "Brave Heart" and "The Bridges of Madison County" ... favorite bands are Dave Matthews Band, Lenny Kravitz, Bob Marley and Ari de Franco ... favorite writers are C.S. Lewis and Lanston Hughes ... non-sports hero is Martin Luther King Jr.

Before BYU

CLUB: San Diego Volleyball Club 1992 and 1993 Southern California Regional Club Champion, 1992 16 and under Davis Festival Champion, 1993 third-place 18 and under Davis Festival.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named Young Titan of the Year, Poway High School Athlete of the Year, Senior Class Outstanding Athlete, inducted into the San Diego Hall of Champions, and selected to the Southern California All-Star Team ... named All-CIF in swimming and track ... 1993 prep team third in California, ranked No. 1 by USA Today for four weeks, and finished season ranked fourth ... invited to Junior National Volleyball Elite Camp in Colorado Springs ... highly recruited by UCLA and many other top programs.

Stats

CAREER MATCH HIGHS:
Kills: 25 vs. Utah St. 10/12/98
Percentage: .800 (8-0-10) vs. UTEP, 10/25/97
Blocks: 11 vs. San Diego St., 10/7/95; Hawai`i, 10/10 & 11/28/98
Digs: 31 vs.Hawai`i, 11/28/98
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
Year   GP   K    E   A    Pct.  Ast. SA  BS  BA  TB   BE  Dig 
1995   86   144  85  331  .178  26   2   14  93  107  6   65 
1996   118  241  104 564  .243  52   28  9   157 166  17  202 
1997   112  334  112 666  .333  61   36  10  116 126  4   331 
1998   113  378  138 747  .321  75   28  8   139 147  7   351 
Total  429  1097 439 2308 .285  214  94  41  505 546  34  949


1994 | Redshirt Year

REDSHIRT

1995 | Freshman Year

Earned a starting spot as a right-side hitter in a 6-2 offense ... played in 28 of BYU's 30 matches, averaging 1.67 kills, 1.24 blocks, and a .178 hitting percentage per game ... hit career best 13 kills twice (Fresno State and Texas A&M) ... grabbed a career-best .538 hitting percentage against Wyoming and twice hit double figures in blocks (11 vs. San Diego State and 10 vs. Texas A&M) ... Cougar Club Scholar/ Athlete.

1996 | Sophomore Year

Started all 34 matches ... hit .234 and was third on the team in blocks per game (1.41), fourth in kills per game (2.04) and averaged 1.71 digs per game ... career-best 10 blocks against Colorado State in the first round of the WAC championship tournament ... had double figure kills eight times and double figure digs five times ... earned Second Team All-WAC Mountain Division honors.

1997 | Junior Year

Two-time WAC Player of the Week and All-Tournament Team of the Florida Invitational...second on the team in kills per game (2.98), hitting percentage (.333) and digs per game (2.86)...third in blocks per game (1.13)...played both right and left side, depending on the rotation, while Caroline Steuer was out of the lineup...hit career bests of 20 kills and 22digs at East Regional Semi Final against Texas A&M... First Team All-WAC Mountain Division and All-Tournament Team of the WAC Championships....All-Tournament Team of the East Regional...AVCA First Team All-District VII...AVCA Second Team All-America and Volleyball magazine Honorable Mention All-America...won Cougar Club Crowd Pleaser Award...made U.S. National team winter of 1998.

1998 | Senior Year

Named to the AVCA All-America Second Team and Volleyball magazine Third Team ... was First Team All-WAC... WAC Player of the Week three times ... led the team in total kills, attempts, service aces and digs and was second in total assists and blocks ... was named to the All- Tournament Team at the Central Regional and at the WAC Tournament ... named MVP of UMass/Phoenix Invitational Tournament and BYU Mizuno Classic Tournament.