Athletes of the Week

Week of October 29, 2012

Kylie McLogan


Kylie McLogan, the SCIAC Athlete of the Year, propelled the Regals to a SCIAC Post Season Tournament title this weekend as No. 8 Cal Lutheran (27-4) earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament without losing a set. The sophomore outside hitter averaged 5.0 kills per set, tallying 30 with just five errors for a .403 hitting percentage against Occidental and Chapman. McLogan recorded 14 digs, adding a pair of block assists and a service ace as CLU cruised to 3-0 victories over the Tigers on Thursday and Panthers on Saturday. McLogan is currently ranked among the top players in the nation in kills per set and points per set with 4.35 and 4.96, respectively, to rank sixth and ninth among all Division III athletes.  

Anthony Monroe


In the first start of Anthony Monroe’s career he led all players with 15 total tackles as No. 7 Cal Lutheran defeated La Verne 59-34 at home on Saturday night. The sophomore defensive lineman turned in eight solo tackles with seven assists, adding one of the two CLU sacks for a loss of four yards. Monroe earned the start and in one game surpassed his entire 2011 stat line. CLU earned at least a share of the SCIAC title, marking their fourth consecutive championship.

Eric Rogers


Eric Rogers etched his name into the CLU record books for a fourth time this season, surpassing the career scoring record with his first of three touchdowns in a 59-34 victory over La Verne. The incredibly athletic wide receiver nabbed seven passes for 98 yards including a trio of touchdown catches for seven, 25 and 29 yards. Rogers has now scored 250 total points for the Kingsmen in the last nearly four years.  Additionally, the 6-foot-4 senior took the ball on a reverse before launching a touchdown pass 26 yards for the first completion of his collegiate career, ending with another six points. No. 7 Cal Lutheran earned at least a share of the SCIAC title with the win and has earned four consecutive championships in Rogers’ tenure. The Duarte, Calif. native now holds CLU career records in receiving yards, receptions, receiving touchdowns and scoring and also earned the top spot in TDs in a season last week against Whittier.