Junior Cooper Teare was 12th overall in the men's race and redshirt senior Susan Ejore crossed in 17th place for the women.
The women's 'A' 6K race is scheduled for Friday at 10:20 a.m. (PT).
Rogers stormed past five runners over the final 100 meters, to move from seventh to second place.
With their victory, the Ducks finished atop the 14-team field that included No. 2 BYU and No. 7 Portland.
Between both races Saturday, the field features 11 top-30 teams from the most recent USTFCCCA national poll.
The 2019 IAAF World Championships--featuring nine past UO standouts--begin Friday, Sept. 27 in Doha, Qatar.