Chris Rogers is in his eighth season as the Head Coach of the Marymount men’s basketball team, leading the program to an overall record of 79-102 in his first seven seasons. He is the fourth coach in program history.
Rogers best season to this point came in the 2014-2015 season where he led the Saints to a 19-7 overall record, the highest win total since the Saints won 19 games in the 2001-2002 season, while posting a 13-5 conference record finishing third through the regular season.
In his career, Rogers has produced one CAC Rookie of the Year, two Second-Team All-CAC players, and two First-Team All-CAC members.
Prior to F&M, Rogers was the head assistant at Lebanon Valley College for three seasons under head coach Brad McAlester, the current all-time wins leader at LVC. While at LVC, the Dutchmen won the 2003-04 ECAC and made the Middle Atlantic Conference playoffs each year. Previously, Rogers was the operations assistant for men’s basketball at Villanova University while attending grad school at West Chester (Pa.) University. He also worked as a facility and operations assistant at the University of Pennsylvania and as an intern in the athletics department at West Chester.
Rogers was a four-year letter winner in basketball at Penn State and was named a Big Ten Conference Scholar-Athlete in 1996. In his junior season Penn State advanced to the 1995 NIT semifinals and, in 1996, the NCAA tournament. The Nittany Lions were undefeated in the Big Ten at home and spent 10-straight weeks in the national Top-25.
During his time in State College, Rogers was fortunate enough to play for a very talented group of coaches. Bruce Parkhill was head coach during his first three years and was most recently Jim O’Brien’s associate head coach at Ohio State. Rogers’ second head coach and former assistant was Jerry Dunn, who’s most recent stops were as the associate head coach at West Virginia University and the University of Michigan. His assistant coaches were Ed DeChellis, head coach at Navy, Frank Haith, head coach at the University of Missouri and Mark Schmidt, head coach at St. Bonaventure University.
Rogers received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology/Health Education in 1996 from Penn State and a Master of Science in Sport and Athletic Administration from West Chester. He resides in Arlington with his wife, Ashlee Rogers, and four children, Georgia, Hugh, Andrew, and newborn Luke.