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Bryan Rogers
Position: Rower
Year: Senior
Hometown: Melville, N.Y.
High School: Chaminade
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Rogers Photos

Junior (2014-15): Was bow of the Dartmouth B boat that finished in 22nd at the Princeton Chase (13:41.989) … sat seven seat in the third varsity 8 that was first in the Packard Cup (5:55.5) … at the IRA Regatta, he was seven seat of the third varsity 8 that placed sixth in the Petite Final and 12th overall (6:01.779).

Before Dartmouth: Four-year member of the varsity crew team at Chaminade High School … won the 2011 SRAA National Championship … won the 2011 PSRA Championship.

Personal: Bryan Rogers is the son of Bryan and Linda Rogers … interested in engineering … enjoys swimming.

 

Q&A With Bryan Rogers

Why Dartmouth?
I really liked the strong sense of community I felt on my visit.

How long have you been rowing and what got you interested?
I have been rowing since my freshman year of high school. I started rowing because it looked like an interesting sport, and after I made the team at my high school, I fell in love with it.

Have you won any awards?

My senior year of high school I won the SRAA National Championship in the 2nd Varsity 8.

Something interesting?
I enjoy swimming, reading and going to baseball games.

Future plans?
I plan on majoring in Engineering at Dartmouth

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