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Rodgers Named To U.S. National Team

Jul 28, 2022
This is Rodgers second year with the National Team.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. – Former California field hockey player Megan Rodgers has been named to the 2022-23 U.S. National Team as announced by the organization earlier this week.

Rodgers played for the Golden Bears from 2017-19 where she led the Bears in scoring all three years. This marks the second-consecutive year she has been named to the National Team, she was first named to the USWNT for the 2021-22 season.
Rodgers has made 14 appearances with the U.S. Last year she helped the United States to a ninth-place finish at the 2021-22 FIH Pro League.

Rodgers ended her collegiate career following her junior campaign in 2019. She was the Golden Bears' leading scorer in each of her three seasons at Cal. She ranks fourth in career goals (43) and fifth in career points (87) in program history. The native of San Diego was a three-time America East All-Conference selection and was twice tabbed to the NFHCA All-West Region First Team.

Rodgers and her squad will begin training camp on Sunday, July 31 in Charlotte, N.C. The UWSNT will partake in the fourth season of the FIH Hockey Pro league. The United States will play in its first contest on February 17, 2023.