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Earned $39,075. 2003 – Played in eight tournaments finishing in the top 10 six times... Finished the season ranked 32nd...Received $22,750. 2002 - Played in seven tournaments... Ended the season ranked 43rd...Received $13,013. 2001 – Played in nine tournaments finishing in the top 10 four times... Finished the season with a 26th ranking...Earned $21,750. 2000 – Won one gold medal in tour tournament appearances... Ranked 56th for the season... Received $20,500. 1999 – Made one tournament appearance... Finished the season ranked 341st. 1997 – Made his debut by finishing 9th in his only tournament... Ranked 80th for the season... Earned $3,100. DOMESTIC HIGHLIGHTS: 2012 – Placed second with Phil Dalhausser at the NVL Preakness... Placed third with Dalhausser at the AVP event in Cincinnati. 2010 – Rogers and Dalhausser advanced to the final of the AVP season opener in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., but the final was canceled due to rain and so they finished tied for second with Nick Lucena and Matt Fuerbringer… Other than Fort Lauderdale, Rogers and Dalhausser won all five of the AVP tournaments in which they competed on 2010 before the AVP ceased operations on Aug. 13… The pair won all 34 matches and lost only six sets. They won $59,750 for the season… Rogers and Dalhausser ended the domestic season by playing in the "Cincinnati Pro Beach Volleyball Players Championship" on Sept. 3-5 in Cincinnati, Ohio, where they lost to Sean Scott and John Hyden in the final. 2009 – Rogers and Dalhausser won nine of 15 AVP tournaments with four second-place finishes and one third. The team won $195,170 and finished as the top-ranked men's AVP team. 2008 – Phil and Todd won 11 out of 15 AVP tournaments with two secondplace finishes and two thirds. They won $186,000. They finished third at AVP Cuervo. 2008 – Rogers and Dalhausser competed in 15 AVP tournaments, winning 11, including Manhattan Beach, finishing second twice and third once. They won a combined $180,000 and Todd finished the season ranked first. 2007 – Played in 17 AVP tournaments with 10 first-place finishes, including Manhattan Beach, two seconds, four thirds and one fourth. Won $207,750 and finished season ranked first. 2006 – Played in 16 AVP tournaments and finished first nine times with one second-place finish and four thirds. Finished in the top-10 in all 16 tourneys. Won $163,975 and finished season ranked 3rd. 2005 – Played in 13 AVP tournaments with three first-place finishes, two second place and one third. Had a total of 11 top-10 finishes. Won $81,150 and finished season ranked 9th. 2004 – Played in eight AVP tournaments with one gold medal, two silver and three bronze. Finished in top-10 in seven out of eight tourneys. Won $33,612.50 and finished season ranked 15th. 2003 – Played in eight AVP tournaments with one second- and one third- place finish. Finished in top 10 in all eight. Won $16,257.50 and finished season ranked 16th. 2002 – Played in six AVP tournaments with five top-10 finishes. Won a total of $10,200 and finished season ranked 15th. 2001 – Played in four AVP events winning one gold and one silver. Played in two Beach Volleyball America events, winning one gold and one silver. Won a total of $31, 410. 2000 – Played in 11 AVP tournaments, finishing first two times and second two times. Also won one USAV tournament. Won a total of $54,375. 1995-1999 – Played in 60 domestic (AVP and USAV) tournaments, winning two, finishing second three times and placing third four times. Won a total of $143,349. COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 1996 – All American. 1995 – All American PERSONAL: Todd Jonathan Rogers, born in 1973 in Santa Barbara, Calif. ... Parents are David and Heidi Rogers... Todd has a brother named Dean... Todd is married to Melissa Masonheimer Rogers... They have one daughter (Hannah) and one son (Nate)... Todd's nickname is "The Professor"... Received a degree in religious studies with a minor in coaching from UC Santa Barbara in 1996... Still ranks second at Santa Barbara in career digs with 783... Was the assistant men's volleyball coach at UCSB from 2000 to

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2005... Graduated from San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, Calif., in 1991. Beach volleyball player Dax Holdren was Rogers' teammate at San Marcos. They went on to play together from 1997-2001... Was twice named best athlete in high school... Also enjoys reading, surfing, soccer and hiking... Built a beach volleyball court in his backyard. PARTNERS: 2012 – Phil Dalhausser. 2011 – Phil Dalhausser. 2010 – Phil Dalhausser. 2009 – Phil Dalhausser. 2008 – Phil Dalhausser. 2007 – Phil Dalhausser. 2006 – Phil Dalhausser. 2005 – Phil Dalhausser, Sean Scott. 2004 – Sean Scott. 2003 – Sean Scott. 2002 – Sean Scott. 2001 – Sean Scott, Dax Holdren. 2000 – Dax Holdren, Stein Metzger. 1999 – Dax Holdren. 1997 – Dax Holdren. HONORS: 2010 – FIVB Best Defensive Player. FIVB Team of the Year (Phil Dalhausser)… FIVB Tour Champion (Phil Dalhausser). 2009 – Crocs Cup Champion (with Dalhausser). AVP Team of the Year (with Dalhausser). 2008 – FIVB Defensive Player. FIVB Most Inspirational Player. AVP Defensive Player. AVP Crocs Cup Champion (with Dalhausser). AVP Team of the Year (with Dalhausser). 2007 – USA Volleyball Male Beach Volleyball Player of the Year... AVP Team of the Year and Crocs Cup Champion (with Dalhausser) and AVP Best Defensive Player. 2006 – AVP Most Valuable Player and Best Defensive Player. 2005 – Named FIVB Best Setter... AVP Best Defensive Player. 2004 – Named Best Defensive Player by the AVP. 1997 – AVP Rookie of the Year.

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