|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Gulf Coast HS|
As A Redshirt Freshman (2013) | Game-By-Game Stats
Appeared in 17 games despite battling injury all season ... Scored her first and only goal of the season against Albany (Aug. 25) ... Registered five shots in 215 minutes of game action.
As A Freshman (2012) | Game-By-Game Stats
Scored two goals in the first two games of the year and had five shots on goal before suffering a season-ending injury ... used a redshirt year.
A talented athlete who lettered in soccer, football, track and tennis at Gulf Coast High School … accumulated over 80 goals and nearly 50 assists, while leading the team in goals for three seasons and assists all four years … has earned awards and honors as captain, MVP, Golden Boot, Key Returning Player, The Player to Watch, One of the Regions Best Players and The Most Recruited Women’s Soccer Player in Southwest Florida … has also earned the titles of All-Area, All-County, All-Conference and has been called the “the area’s most talented soccer prospect” by the Director of the National Super Y … has played for various Club Teams, including the Chicago Fire U19, Island Coast Soccer Alliance U18 and Cagliari Strike Force U19 … playing U18 & 19 Club soccer since the age of 15, has led her Club teams in goals and assists over the last six years … was a nominee for the prestigious Winged Foot Award, and her strengths as a player are her speed, accuracy and team spirit.
Alissa “Ali” Rogers was born on May 25, 1994 … daughter of Marianne and Ed Rogers … has three siblings: Eddie, Nick and Noah … favorite athlete is Abby Wambach and would like to meet Mia Hamm … chose FGCU over 11 offers due to the coaching style of coach Blankenship and the positive team environment.