15  Tamika Rogers
Tamika Rogers

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Jackson, Miss.

High School:
Murrah HS

Height:
5-10

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
08/10/1981

Experience:
1L

Major:
Communications


Freshman (1999-00): Showed a great deal of potential with improvement and maturity throughout her first collegiate season...Played in 29 of the Lady Tiger's 30 games, averaging 10.5 minutes a contest...Sat out the first game of C-USA action against UAB for rules violations...Scored a season-high 12 points in collegiate debut against Ole Miss...Ranked fourth on the squad in blocked shots with seven, and in three pointers made with six...Played at least 10 minutes in eight of the last 12 games...Also dished out 23 assists and pulled down 26 rebounds...Totaled a season-high five assists versus Arkansas-Little Rock...Averaged 3.0 points and 0.9 rebounds a game. At Murrah High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Anna Jackson at Murrah High School...Averaged 13.3 points and 5.0 rebounds a game as a senior...Scored a career-high 28 points against Piney Woods HS...Also averaged seven assists and five steals per contest...Led her squad to a 25-5 record and a class 5-A State championship, a district championship title and a city championship...Also helped her squad to a seveneth-place finish in the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions...The Jackson-Clarion Ledger listed her as a Dandy Dozen pick...A two-time all-district pick, she was also named honorable mention all-state, first-team all-metro and all-city last season...She, along with freshman Deanna Farr, was invited to participate in the Mississippi-Alabama all-star game...As a junior, she averaged 13 points and three rebounds a game while boosting her squad to an impressive 36-0 record and a state championship...Part of team that, for the first time in school history, went undefeated and won the Holiday Tournament...Named to the all-tournament team as well as Best Offensive, Biggest Mouth and all-district...Was the leading scorer in the state championship game...Also played volleyball and track for the Mustangs... Named Best Hitter and Best Setter for the volleyball team. Personal: Full name is Tamika Nicole Rogers...Daughter of Henry Clay and Bonnie Rogers...Born August 10, 1981, in Jackson, Miss. ...Majoring in communications at The U of M...Has two sisters, Raven (17) and Diamond (13).

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