Graves Adds All-Pac-12 Performer Endyia Rogers
EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon head coach Kelly Graves announced the addition of 2021 All-Pac-12 selection Endyia Rogers, who starred for two seasons at USC.
"We are thrilled to welcome Endyia into our program," said Graves. "She is an extremely skilled player who can shoot it at a high level and be a leader for our team on and off the court. Endyia has proven that she can perform at an elite level in the Pac-12 and will bring energy and a high basketball IQ to our backcourt. She will be a great fit for this team and we are excited to have her in Eugene."
Rogers averaged 13.8 points per game and started all 54 games over her two seasons with the Trojans. A versatile guard, she also averaged 4.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists while leading the team in three-point field goals made each of the last two seasons, hitting 79 shots from outside in her career. Additionally, Rogers comes to Eugene with a .831 career free throw percentage while averaging 0.9 steals per game.
This past season, the All-Pac-12 performer led the Trojans in scoring and finished seventh in the conference averaging 14.8 points per game. Rogers' 4.3 assists per game were also fifth in the Pac-12 while free throw percentage of 84.6 was good for fourth in the league. She reached double figures in scoring 17 times in 23 games played, highlighted by four 20-point games and a 30-point game against Arizona State on Jan. 31.
Rogers earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors after that 30-point outing against Arizona State, when she went 9-of-14 from the field while adding six rebounds and five assists. She also delivered in clutch moments in a pair of wins earlier in the season, hitting go-ahead shots in the last five minutes of regulation or overtime in wins over Utah (Jan. 8) and Washington State (Jan. 15).
As a freshman in 2019-20, Rogers earned honorable mention all-conference recognition and finished second on the team and third among Pac-12 freshmen with 13.1 points per game. She led the team with 44 made three-pointers while adding 4.2 rebounds per game and dishing out 2.9 assists per contest.
A proven talent in the Pac-12 ??
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