Athletes of the Week

Week of September 3, 2012

Kylie McLogan

Volleyball

SCIAC Athlete of the Week

Sophomore Regals volleyball player Kylie McLogan was named the CLU and SCIAC Female Athlete of the Week for her performance between Sept. 3-9, 2012. 

McLogan was a force for all four opponents that Cal Lutheran faced this weekend, leading the No. 6 Regals to an undefeated weekend as host to the Cal Lu Fornia Invitational. The sophomore outside hitter notched 81 total kills, 53 digs and 16 serviceaces in 16 sets producing three double-doubles.

On Friday afternoon she started the tournament with 25 kills against George Fox, adding 12 digs, two aces and two block assists. At night she was an ace away from a triple-double against Hardin-Simmons with 20 kill, 25 digs and nine aces, adding a solo block and a block assist.

Saturday, the captain came back to record 21 kills, 11 digs and three aces against Pacific before finishing the weekend with a 16-kill performance against former Top-25 Trinity (Tex.) to help keep the Regals undefeated at 6-0 on the season.

McLogan opened the season with a 21-kill, 10-dig double-double against UMass-Boston in the first of two matches played at the Pacific Coast Classic on Aug. 31. She tallied a pair of aces as well. In the second match of the day, the outside hitter led the Regals to a 3-0 victory over No. 14 Colorado College with 15 kills on 28 swings as she posted a .429 hitting percentage. McLogan had a double-double in that match as well with 12 digs, adding an ace, a solo block and an assist to her line.

This season she has 118 kills, 5.36 kill per set, 19 aces, 75 digs and six total blocks, two solo.


Eric Rogers

Football

Preseason All-American Eric Rogers began his senior campaign in fine form this weekend catching 11 passes for 177 yards to lead the No. 11 Kingsmen past Pacific Lutheran, 37-23, in their season opener. Quarterback Kevin Ramay and Rogers connected for a 47-yard touchdown pass, the longest reception of the game, in the third quarter. Almost more notably, however, were 22-yard and 16-yard catches on CLU’s drive down the field in the last 37 seconds of the second quarter to set up a game-tying field-goal before the break.  Rogers led all players with 177 all-purpose yards.