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Nolan H. Rogers

Hall of Fame


Inducted 1997


Duke University

Rogers was inducted as an individual who has demonstrated long, dedicated and exceptional service to the game.

A defender for Duke from 1951-53, Rogers was named a third team All-American in 1953. He also played for the South in the 1953 North/South College All-Star game. He was inducted into the Maryland Lacrosse Club Hall of Fame in 1986, received the Howard E. Johnson Memorial Trophy in 1989 and the Howdy Myers Man of the Year Award in 1991. He was inducted into the Greater Baltimore Lacrosse Foundation Chapter Hall of Fame in 1997.

Rogers was president of the Lacrosse Foundation, and a U.S. delegate to the International Lacrosse Federation. He was the general manager for the U.S. Team in 1990, 1994, and 1998. Rogers traveled throughout Europe and Asia to promote the growth of lacrosse. He passed away in 2014.