Middleburg, Va. (June 19, 2014) — Emma Rogers, a two-time All-State selection who helped lead Foxcroft School to its first Virginia championship this spring, has been named a 2014 Brine National High School All-American and selected to represent Virginia at the 2014 Brine National Lacrosse Classic, June 30-July 3.
A rising senior from Reston, Va., Rogers was one of just 17 players selected at a regional tryout in Midlothian, Va., to participate in the national showcase, which will be held in Boyds, Md. The Brine National Classic brings the top high school lacrosse players in the country together in one venue, where regional teams will compete to become the 2014 National Champion. Many college coaches and scouts attend the event.
This spring, Rogers was named First Team All-State after helping Foxcroft claim the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II Lacrosse Championship with a perfect 17-0 record. The cagey attack player scored 78 goals and added 45 assists for a team-leading 123 points to earn an honorable mention on the Washington Post’s elite All-Met list for the second year in a row. Rogers also repeated as the Delaney Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
Emma is the daughter of Daniel Rogers of Reston and Wendy Rogers of Midlothian.