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Lindsay Rogers
Lindsay Rogers


Fishers, Ind.

High School:
Hamilton Southeastern

Last College:



Swimming Leads League with 30 All-BIG EAST Performers

15 men and 15 women made the cut


Records Fall at BIG EAST Swim Championship in Day 3 Finals

De Lucca Makes NCAA A-cut in 200-free; Women are First, Men are Second


Swimming Puts Cardinals in Every A-Final after Day 3 Prelims

Good session for the Cardinals for Day 3


Swimming Has Strong Day 2 Prelims

Cardinals put six men in the 50-free finals


Swimming Set to Defend BIG EAST Title

Cardinals head to Pitt for Championship

Junior: Against West Virginia, Lindsay swam the second leg for the 200-medley A relay team and helped lead the squad to a first-place finish (1:42.93). She also had a great performance at the Purdue Invitational in the 100-breast, notching a time of 1:01.75 (second place). The mark was good enough to make the national B-cut.

Sophomore: Lindsay joined the Cardinals after transferring from Florida. Prior to U of L

Freshman: She was a member of UF's 2009 NCAA squad and aided Florida to its 17t SEC Championship crown. She earned two All-America honors at the 2009 NCAA Championships as a member of UF's 200- and 400-yard medley relays. Her 200-medley relay finished eighth (1:37.28), while 400-medley relay finished 14th (3:33.75) at NCAAs. Individually, she finished 44th in the 100-breast, clocking a 1:02.66 and was a member of Florida's SEC Champion and SEC record-setting 200-yard individual medley relay that also set a Florida record (1:36.22). She finished 10th overall in the 100 breast (1:01.33), the third-fastest time in UF history, while taking 26th in the 200-IM (2:02.41) at SECs. She also swam the breast leg on the second-place 400-yard medley relay (3:31.41) that established a new UF record in Auburn, Ala. Competing at the 2009 U.S. Nationals/World Trials in Indianapolis, Ind., finishing 28th in the 100-meter breast with a time of 1:11.88 she was also a 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier in the 100-breaststroke

Prep: A team captain at Hamilton Southeastern where she was a member of the 2005 and 2007 200 medley relays that claimed the state record each year and was coached was Andy Pedersen. She was a member of the Southeastern Swim Club, also coached by Andy Pedersen. National qualifier in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, she placed 18th in the 100- breast at 2006 Nationals and placed seventh in the 100-breast at the 2006 US Open.

Personal: Daughter of Ken and Joni Rogers. Born Oct. 26, 1989. Majoring in exercise science.

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