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Schedule

M. BASKETBALL
Jan 20 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
64
Northeastern
Northeastern
76
M. BASKETBALL
Jan 25 - FINAL
College of Charleston
College of Charleston
62
Delaware
Delaware
54
M. BASKETBALL
Jan 27 - FINAL
Hofstra
Hofstra
64
Delaware
Delaware
59
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 1 - FINAL
Towson
Towson
75
Delaware
Delaware
71
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 3 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
76
Elon
Elon
89
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 8 - FINAL
Northeastern
Northeastern
70
Delaware
Delaware
67
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 10 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
66
William & Mary
William & Mary
83
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 15 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
65
Towson
Towson
67
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 17 - FINAL
Elon
Elon
57
Delaware
Delaware
72
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 22 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
83
Drexel
Drexel
85
M. BASKETBALL
Feb 24 - FINAL
James Madison
James Madison
66
Delaware
Delaware
68
M. BASKETBALL
Mar 3 - FINAL
Elon
Elon
79
Delaware
Delaware
86
M. BASKETBALL
Mar 4 - FINAL
Northeastern
Northeastern
74
Delaware
Delaware
50
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Terrell Rogers
Player Profile:
Terrell Rogers 964057
Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Fort Mills, S.C.
High School: Evelyn Mack Academy (N.C.)
Major: Undeclared
Experience: High School
As A Blue Hen: Freshman who will look to contribute immediately to the Delaware backcourt.

High School: Played junior year at Indian Land High School (S.C.) and senior year at Evelyn Mack Academy in Charlotte, N.C. • led Indian Land to a 21-9 record and a spot in the 2011 state semifinals • All-State selection and conference Player of the Year • led the state in scoring • averaged 29.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.6 steals a a junior • eclipsed the 30-point mark nine times, including a season-high 56 points during a win over Central High School • averaged 29.3 points per game as a senior, leading Mack Academy to the second round.

Personal: Terrell Thomas Rogers • son of Shawnta and Sherrell Rogers • has not declared a major at Delaware • father was a four-year standout at George Washington from 1996-99 and is the school’s career leader in assists, steals and minutes played • Shawnta was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and earned the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award (best player under six feet) in 1999, when he led the nation in steals • he was named to the George Washington Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011.
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