Played in 47 games with 43 starts to earn his third letter . . . started 31 games in left field but also earned starts in right field, at first base and as the team’s designated hitter . . . recorded three home runs and 19 RBI . . . drew 22 walks while striking out just 18 times in 188 plate appearances . . . logged a season-high three hits, including a home run, at Austin Peay (March 2) . . . also homered at Ohio (April 6) and Western Michigan (April 27) . . . logged a season-best two RBI on five occassions . . . earned a spot on the preseason Brooks Wallace Award watch list.
Played in 28 games with seven starts to earn his first letter . . . batted .186 in 43 at bats . . . posted eight hits, with a season-high two coming at UAB (Feb. 26) . . . added two of his four total RBI against the Blazers . . . scored one run on four occasions, including game-winning runs versus Akron (April 8) and at Western Michigan (April 22) . . . notched a .944 fielding percentage with 16 putouts and one assist.
Redshirted at Ball State.
Earned three letters in baseball for Coach Ray Cupps . . . two-time first team All-Central Buckeye Conference and Miami Valley Baseball Coaches Association selection . . . Champaign County Player of the Year as a junior . . . holds school records for hits in a season (48), singles in a season (33), at bats in a game (7) and hits in a game (5) . . . helped team establish records for runs in an inning (16) and wins in a season (23) . . . guided the Falcons to a district title and a regional runner-up finish as a senior . . . posted a 7-0 record on the mound, with 68 strikeouts and a 1.77 ERA as a senior . . . hit .431, with nine doubles and eight home runs his senior year . . . also earned three letters in football and one letter in basketball at Graham . . . played in the Springfield WBLY Summer League.
Majoring in business . . . born April 4, 1985, in Kettering, Ohio . . . son of Michael and Julie Rogers . . . has two brothers and one sister . . . full name is Justin Lee Rogers.
|Year:||5th Year Senior|
|Hometown:||St. Paris, Ohio|