Rogers graduated from Brentwood School in Los Angeles, California in 2001 and graduated as a Brentwood Scholar with a +3.6 Grade Point Average during grades nine through twelve. At Brentwood he won the Bank of America Math and Science Award, which is awarded to the top all-around math/science Brentwood student during his/her senior year. He signed with Ohio State University, where he was the NCAA sabre bronze medalist in 2002, 2003. He showed that he was a true scholar-athlete by graduatıng Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology ın 2006. He was also a Rhodes Scholarship Finalist in 2005.
He competed in Athens and will fence in the upcoming Beijing Olympics for both the team and individual tournaments in Sabre. Some of hıs career highlights include Bronze in the individual saber at the 2003 Pan Am Games and beıng a member of Gold-medal U.S. team as well as winning a Bronze medal at the Grand Prix World Cup in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 2007.