Keegan Rogers

Keegan  Rogers

Portland, OR

High School:
Portland Christian

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190




COLLEGE: Finished career with 16 shutouts, second highest total in school history and two shy of school record ... Had 244 saves for 75.5 save percentage and allowed 79 goals for 1.15 goals against average in 6,156 minutes and 68 games ... Received Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star honorable mention as senior in 2014 ... Had 1.23 GAA and 72.3 save percentage, posting four shutouts ... Third-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America West Region and second-team GNAC all-star as junior in 2013 ... Started all 17 games appeared in ... Had school-record 0.67 GAA and seven shutouts, tied for second in program history ... Ranked 13th nationally in both GAA and save percentage (.848) in 1601 minutes ... Had seven saves in 1-1 tie vs. Seattle Pacific on 10/5/13 ... Honorable mention GNAC all-star as sophomore in 2012 ... Started all 18 games ... Had 1.29 GAA, allowing 24 goals and making 65 saves (73.0 pct.) in 1,680 minutes ... Played in 15 games, making 10 starts, as freshman in 2011 ... Had 1.52 GAA, allowing 20 goals and making 52 saves in 1,187:24 minutes ... Four letters ... Played with Portland Timbers U-23s PDL team for second straight season and trained with Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer in 2011.

HIGH SCHOOL: Had four-year career goal against average of 0.79 and 31 shutouts at Portland Christian High School, helping team to 54-10-7 record ... First-team Class 1A-2A-3A all-State and Columbia River League co-Player of the Year as senior on 10-4-3 squad that won fourth straight league title and reached first round of state playoffs ... First-team all-league for fourth time ... Team captain ... Played five games at forward, having 5 goals and 3 assists ... First-team all-state as junior on 14-4-0 team that reached state quarterfinals ... Second-team all-state as sophomore on 17-1-2 squad that won state championship ... As freshman, played on 13-1-2 team that reached first round of state playoffs ... Four-year letter winner ... Also lettered four years in baseball, helping PCHS to state championship in 2008 and four league titles ... First-team all-state as junior and senior and second-team as sophomore ... Participated in Olympic Development program for three years, competing on Region IV (comprised of 14 states) team that went to Florida in 2009 and toured Germany in 2010 ... State team captain in 2009 and 2010 ... As sophomore, spent five weeks in Brazil training and playing with various clubs (Botafogo FC, Funorte FC, Brasilis FC) ... Competed on East Side United Football Club for five years, going to state four times.

PERSONAL: Major is English with secondary education emphasis ... His father, Glenn, competed in soccer (goalkeeper) at Warner Pacific College and played professionally for Portland Timbers ... His mother, Rhonda, competed in soccer and softball at Pacific University OR ... His younger brother, Austin, plays professionally in Greece.



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