|Hometown:||Perth, Western Australia|
|High School:||Wesley College|
One of Pacific's top backstrokers, Rogers' sophomore campaign was highlighted by a 14th-place finish in the 100 Back (50.13) at the 2013 MPSF Championships. He took third in the 100 Back (51.80) at the Pacific Invite and added a runner-up finish in the 100 Back (50.28) and a fifth-place showing in the 100 Free (45.98) at the UNLV Winter Invite. Academically, Rogers earned MPSF All-Academic honors.
Rogers immediately established himself as one of the top backstrokers in the MPSF in his first year at Pacific, earning Second Team All-MPSF honors in the 100 Back. He collected four event titles during the regular season, defeating conference foes CSUB, Air Force and Seattle in different meets. He added a trio of third-place finishes, two in the 100 Free and one in the 200 Free, to his resume. At the 2012 MPSF Championships, Rogers finished fifth in the 100 Back behind a time of 49.76, a mark that was tops on the team and eighth among all MPSF swimmers. He added a 16th-place finish in the 200 Free with a time of 1:42.93. That mark was also tops on the team.
Rogers attended Wesley College in Perth, Western Australia, where he was a four-sport athlete. As a swimmer, he was a Public Schools Association First Division selection each year and owns league records in the 50 Back and the 100 Back. Rogers also played water polo and Australian Rules Football, in which he was a First Team All-Division selection as a sophomore, junior, and senior.
Rogers was born in Subiaco, Western Australia, and is the son of Jay and Sue Rogers. He has an older sister, Takara, and a younger sister, Miarka. Rogers is majoring in business and hopes to become a stock broker.