USC’s Endyia Rogers Named Pac-12 Player of the Week
After rattling off a career-high 30 points and leading the Trojans in rebounds and assists in USC's win over Arizona State, sophomore guard Endyia Rogers has earned her first selection as the Pac-12 Player of the Week. The honor makes her the second Trojan to earn that award this season, following Jordan Sanders' pick on Dec. 28, and marks the first time since the 2010-11 season that USC has had multiple winners of the conference's Player of the Week award.
Rogers was instrumental in USC's 65-57 win over Arizona State on Sunday (Jan. 31), tallying 20 points in the first half to help build a powerful lead for the Trojans over the visiting Sun Devils. Her next 10 points came in the fourth quarter, where she would go 6-for-6 from the free-throw line to keep ASU out of reach. Those last two tosses gave USC an eight-point lead with 18 seconds to go, sealing victory for the Trojans while also tying Rogers' career high of 30 points — set last season also against the Sun Devils, and also on Jan. 31.
In addition to her game-high 30 points, Rogers led the Trojans with six rebounds and five assists. She also landed four 3-pointers in the game, matching another career high.
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Rogers and the Trojans are now lined up for a trip to face the Washington schools this week, visiting the Huskies on Friday (Jan. 5) in Seattle and the Cougars on Sunday (Jan. 7) in Pullman.