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Tess Rogers
Tess Rogers

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Merino, Colo.

High School:
Merino

Height:
5-11

Position:
Outside Hitter

Experience:
3V


2004: Played on a USA Select Team in Argentina for head coach Tom Hilbert during May... Ranks sixth in school history with 3.77 kills per game, as well as tied for 14th in solo blocks with 49... Recorded her 1,000th career kill against Air Force and now has 1,180 to rank 12th in school history and was also the third fastest player in school history to 1,000 kills... Was named to the Mountain West All-Conference team for the second straight year... Led the Mountain West with 3.92 kills per game and tallied double-figure kills in 16 of the last 18 matches... Tallied a season-high 21 kills in the win at BYU and has eight 20+ kill matches in her career... Notched a career-high 10 digs three times during the year, including the semifinals of the MWC Tournament against BYU.

2003: Had foot surgery after the conclusion of the season and missed spring drills... Named the MVP of the Mountain West Conference Championship after setting the single-season tournament record for kills with 61... Named to the Mountain West All-Conference team... Recorded her 100th career block against New Mexico in the first round of the league tournament... Tied for the ninth best single-match hitting percentage in school history, hitting .750 (13-1-16) at Wyoming on Oct. 10... Her first 10 swings were all kills in that match... Finished second on the team with 3.63 kills per game and played in 105 of the team's 123 games.

2002: Was named the AVCA West Region and Mountain West Freshman of the Year... Led the team in kills per game and ranked fourth in the conference... Broke both single-season freshman kill records in the Mountain West and broke the CSU single-season record for kills by a freshman... Has 419 kills, breaking the old record of 344 by Angie Miller in 1988... Started in 31 of 32 matches for the Rams, missing one in the preseason due to a concussion.

Merino HS: Was a four-year letterwinner at Merino... Was named to the All-State team her senior year... Rams were 1A state champions in 1999 and 2001... Also played basketball and competed in track... Holds the school record for most kills in a season with 331 and most stuff blocks with 142... Was the most valuable player of 1A her junior and senior seasons.

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