2009 (SENIOR): Played in 60 games and made 58 starts in her senior season ... named a Easton All-American ... garnered NFCA second-team All-American honors ... named to the Women's College World Series all-tournament team ... was a USA Softball Player of the Year top 25 finalist ... was a Lowe's Senior CLASS Finalist ... named to the NFCA All-District team ... was an All-SEC preseason selection ... was named the University of Alabama Paul W. Bryant award winner ... was named to the All-SEC first team for the fourth time ... was named to the SEC All-Defensive team ... garnered ESPN the Magazine All-Academic District 4 second team honors ... finished her senior campaign with a .381 batting average, 49 runs and 52 stolen bases ... her 52 stolen bases ranked second in the conference ... during SEC play batted .325 with 21 runs and 20 stolen bases ... paced the league with 20 stolen bases during SEC play ... finished her career ranked second in batting average (.417), fifth in on base percentage (.463), second in runs (256), hits (343) and first in stolen bases (198) ... opened the 2009 campaign with a 3-for-4 effort at the plate with three runs and three stolen bases against Northwestern State on Feb. 7 ... batted 3-for-4 with two runs, a RBI and two stolen bases against Memphis on Feb. 7 ... batted 2-for-3 with two runs and two stolen bases against BYU at the Cathedral City Classic on Feb. 19 ... went 2-for-3 with two runs, a RBI and a stolen base against No. 19 Southern Illinois at the Leadoff Classic on Feb. 27 ... batted 3-for-4 with three stolen bases against No. 1 Washington on March 6 ... went a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate against Mississippi Valley State on March 12 ... batted 3-for-3 with three stolen bases against No. 20 LSU on March 18 ... followed that up with two hits and two more stolen bases in the night cap against the Tigers ... batted 2-for-3 with three runs and three stolen bases at South Carolina on April 10 ... opened the series against Arkansas with two hits and a stolen base on April 18 ... collected two hits and scored twice in the series finale on April 19 ... drove in two runs and stole a base in the night cap against No. 20 Georgia Tech ... scored two runs and knocked in a run at No. 15 Tennessee on May 2 ... batted 2-for-3 with a stolen base against Kentucky in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament on May 8 ... batted .400 with two stolen bases at the Tuscaloosa Regional ... scored two runs and tallied a RBI against Texas on May 16 ... batted 3-for-4 in the regional championship game against Texas on May 17 ... collected five hits and stole five bases at the WCWS ... batted 2-for-4 with two runs, two stolen bases and a RBI against Arizona on May 30 ... tallied two hits with a run and swiped two bags against Florida on May 31.
2008 (JUNIOR): Rogers was recognized as an All-American for the third time in as many season in 2008, this time garnering first-team honors from Louisville Slugger/NFCA and Easton ... selected to the NFCA First-Team All-South Region team ... a first-team All-SEC and All-Defensive choice ... one of 25 finalist for the ASA/USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year ... an ESPN.com Preseason Second-Team All-American ... a member of the Amateur Softball Association Top 50 Watch List ... set the single-season and career stolen base records at Alabama in 2008 with 60 on the season and 146 in her career ... now ranks third in SEC history in career stolen bases ... hit .452 (98 for 217), which was the third-highest single-season average in school history ... hit safely in the final 19 games of the season, 29 of the final 30 games and in 55 of the 64 games she started for the season ... reached base at a .502 clip while slugging .535 ... 98 hits ranked as the third-most in a single season in school annals ... scored 79 runs (ranks third at Alabama) with 13 doubles, one triple and one home run ... had 116 total bases, drawing 20 walks and striking out just 21 times ... played in all 66 Crimson Tide games while starting 64 in center field ... batted .515 (34 of 66) with runners in scoring position ... was 27 of 54 with two outs for a .500 average and 11 two-out RBI ... hit .374 in SEC play with a league-best 25 stolen bases and 30 runs scored ... led the nation in stolen bases (0.91 per game) ... finished second nationally while leading the Southeastern Conference with 79 runs scored (1.20 per game) ... ranked second in the SEC and seventh nationally in batting average (.452) ... was 29th nationally in on-base percentage and fourth in the SEC ... hit safely in the first 12 games of the season with an astonishing .674 average in those games, including 11 straight multiple-hit games ... collected three hits vs. Purdue on Feb. 8 and Jacksonville State on Feb. 9 ... was 2 for 3 vs. Purdue on Feb. 9 ... was named to the Bama Bash! All-Tournament team after hitting .750 (9 for 12) with six runs scored, six stolen bases and a RBI ... went 3 for 4 vs. McNeese State with three runs scored and a RBI on Feb. 13 ... was 2 for 3 vs. Georgia Tech on Feb. 16 ... Rogers went 4 for 4 with three runs scored and a RBI vs. New Mexico on Feb. 15 ... then followed that with a 2-for-4 game vs. Middle Tennessee State in the second game of the day on Feb. 15 ... earned Crimson Classic MVP and All-Tournament honors after hitting .688 (11 for 16) with six stolen bases, two RBI and nine runs scored ... was also named the SEC Player of the Week (Feb. 19) following her performance in the Crimson Classic ... hit .500 (5 for 10) in the Tennessee series with four stolen bases and seven runs scored ... went 5 for 10 with two RBI and three stolen bases at Mississippi State on March 15-16 ... was 3 for 4 with a run scored and a stolen base at Kentucky on March 21 ... had four hits and two RBI in the Ole Miss series on March 29-30 ... drove in a season-high three runs in the second game of a doubleheader vs. LSU on April 5 ... finished the LSU series with five hits, three stolen bases and three runs scored ... scored three runs at Troy on April 10 ... hit .385 at Auburn with two stolen bases ... went 2 for 3 with two stolen bases vs. Samford ... was 3 for 4 with three runs scored, a double and a RBI vs. South Carolina on April 19 ... posted a 1-for-3 performance with a RBI, a run scored and a stolen base in a 6-5 win over Northwestern on April 29 in Chicago ... hit in all three games of the Georgia series with a stolen base and a double in the opening game of the series ... led off the seventh inning vs. Mississippi State on May 8 in the SEC Tournament with a single and came around to score the winning run ... lit up the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional, going 8 for 10 (.800) in three games with four doubles and a inside-the-park home run ... continued her outstanding play in the Super Regional, going 5 for 8 with three stolen bases vs. Missouri ... collected four hits in the Women's College World series, scored two runs and stole two bases ... was 1 for 4 with a run scored, a RBI and a double vs. two-time defending national champion Arizona in the Tide's first win over the Wildcats ... Rogers hit an amazing .567 in nine NCAA Tournament games, including regional, super regional and WCWS play, with five doubles, a home run and seven stolen bases.
2007 (SOPHOMORE): Rogers earned second-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America honors ... was a Easton/Bell Sports First-Team All-American ... NFCA All-South Region first-team selection ... earned first-team All- SEC recognition ... named to the SEC Softball Community Service Team ... USA Softball National Player of the year Watch List ... led the team in games played (66), games started (64), at bats (219), hits (88), runs scored (68), total bases (116) and stolen bases (48) ... set the single-season record for stolen bases with 48 ... second on the team in batting average (.402) ... led the SEC in runs scored, steals and steal attempts ... was third in the league in batting average and tied for third in hits ... also in the top 10 in the SEC in on-base percentage (.426) and total bases ... recorded a hit in 49 of the 66 games she appeared in, scored a run in 42 games and had two or more runs scored in 20 games on the season ... tallied 30 multiple-hit games on the year ... stole at least one base in 36 games and had 10 games with more than one steal ... struck out only 19 times in 219 official at bats ... earned SEC Player of the Week honors for her performance at the Hampton Inn Bama Bash, going 11 of 17 (.647) with six runs scored, seven RBI, five steals, a double and a pair of inside-the-park home runs ... also named the BAMA BASH! Tournament MVP ... was selected to the Crimson Classic All-Tournament team after hitting .500 (8 for 16) with five runs scored, three RBI and four stolen bases ... garnered Easton Spring Fling All-Tournament honors with a .500 (7 for 14) average, four runs scored, two RBI and two stolen bases ... went 3 of 4 with three runs scored against Mississippi State in the SEC opener on March 10 ... was 3 for 6 in a doubleheader with Arkansas, collecting two stolen bases, a RBI and two runs scored ... batted .545 (6 for 11) in a three-game series with Auburn ... had two three-hit games while driving in three runs ... connected for her third home run and second triple of the series in the finale on April 7 ... was 4 of 5 with five runs scored in a doubleheader against UT-Chattanooga on April 11 ... went 4 for 9 in the final two games of the Ole Miss series with a RBI ... hit safely three times in three plate appearances and scored all three times against Kentucky on April 28 ... scored eight runs and had seven hits and three RBI in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional against Florida State, Tennessee Tech and Cal.
2006 (FRESHMAN): Rogers garnered third-team NFCA All-America honors while being named to second-team All-American by Easton-Bell Sports ... a first-team NFCA All-South Region selection as a freshman in 2006 and a first-team All-SEC honoree ... named the SEC Freshman of the Year and to the SEC All-Freshman team ... garnered SEC All-Tournament recognition ... played in all 65 games with 63 starts ... hit a team-best .427 with 60 runs scored, 88 hits, six doubles, 38 stolen bases and 10 RBI ... stole a base in her first eight collegiate games and in 30 total contests ... posted a .476 on-base percentage and a .456 slugging mark ... ranked nationally in stolen bases (8th), batting average (16th) and runs per game (16th) ... among the leaders in the SEC in stolen bases (2nd), batting (3rd), runs (4th), hits (4th) and OBP (6th) ... tallied 30 multiple-hit games with three or more six times ... hit .472 (25-53) with runners in scoring position and .544 (43-79) with runners on base ... had a hit in 49 of her 65 games ... recorded 14-game hit streak from Feb. 24 to March 16 ... scored two or more runs in 16 contests with three runs scored four times ... went 2-for-3 with two runs in collegiate debut vs. Eastern Kentucky (2/10) ... collected five hits in the Crimson Classic with a RBI and five stolen bases to earn All-Tournament honors ... named the SEC Freshman of the Week after going 4 for 9 with two RBI vs. Florida and 4 for 8 with a RBI, double and a stolen base vs. South Carolina ... led UA at Kentucky going 9 for 11 with six runs and three RBI in series ... went 6 for 10 with six runs and two RBI in Auburn series to lead to SEC Freshman of the Week honors ... was 4 for 4 with two runs against Ole Miss on May 11 in SEC Tournament debut ... recorded a hit in all seven NCAA Tournament games, including a 5-of-10 effort with seven runs scored in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional ... went 4 for 8 vs. Stanford in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Super Regional ... was 3 for 10 with a RBI in the Women's College World Series.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Rogers holds a total of 16 Georgia High School records ... first-team All-State in 2004 ... a four-time first-team All-County honoree (2001-04) ... Gwinnett County Offensive Player of the Year (2004) ... Gwinnett County All-Academic Team (2004) ... All-Region Team for 7 AAAAA ... Gwinnett Daily Post Player of the Year (2004) ... named Dacula's MVP (2003-04) ... Silver Slugger Winner (2004) ... selected to Georgia's North All-Star Team and started center field in the All-Star game ... second-team All-State (2002) ... Brittany is the daughter of Anthony Rogers and Erin Mullin ... started playing softball at age seven ... has two younger sisters, Alexis and Taylor ... born on October 18, 1986.