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Breanne Rogers signed a letter of intent to play collegiate tennis at Bethel College.
Women's Tennis - Thu, Nov. 14, 2013

Parsons, Kan.  Breanne Rogers signed a letter of intent to play collegiate tennis at Bethel College.

Breanne Rogers is a four-time letter winner for Parsons and played primarily doubles during her high school career.  Rogers will enter Bethel as a Freshman this fall and plans to major in Nursing.  Rogers is a two-time state medalists having qualified for the 4A State Tennis Championships in 2011,2012, & 2013.  In 2011, as a sophomore, Rogers was an SEK league doubles Champion, 4A Regional Doubles Champion, & placed 5th in 4A State Doubles compiling a 38-4 record.  2012 was another strong year for Rogers as she once again was named to the SEK first team and placed 4th at Regionals qualifying for the 4A State Championships with a record of 22-16.  This past year as a senior Rogers capped off her career with another state medal finishing 11th at the 4A State Championships.  She was also named SEK first-team for the third year in a row and finished with a 33-12 record.  Overall Rogers had a record of 103-38 during her high school career.  Rogers also participated in cheerleading for four years, Spanish club, FCCLA, sports club, HOSA, National Honors Society, and Student Council.  Currently she serves as the Vice President of Spanish Club and vice president of star events for FCCLA.  Rogers academic honors include academic all-state as a sophomore, academic letter recipient as a Junior, 2 years in National Honors Society, & 2nd place medalist in medical terminology at state HOSA and national HOSA qualifier.  Rogers commented that "I think Bethel will be a great fit for me with tennis and nursing.  I can't wait to begin my collegiate tennis career as a Thresher."

Quote From Coach Isaac:  I am very excited to have Breanne joining our program here at Bethel College.  Breanne has had a very impressive high school career and has the potential to do some great things at the college level.  Parsons is another strong high school program in the state of Kansas that has consistently produced strong tennis players and I feel fortunate to have Breanne commit to Bethel.  She has a strong ceiling and I look forward to her continued development as a player and student-athlete at Bethel College."