Doris Rogers

Class of 2003

  • A seven-time AAU All-American (1963-1969)
  • Played on eight consecutive AAU National Championship teams (1962-1969) with Nashville Business College, never losing a championship during her tenure with the NBC squad
  • Helped the USA claim a gold medal in the 1963 Pan American Games in Sao Paulo, Brazil, averaging 9.6 ppg as the team’s second-leading scorer
  • Was a member of the USA’s World
    Championship Team that competed in Lima, Peru, in 1964
  • Selected as the United States’ beauty queen representative at the 1964 World Championship, placing second in the contest
  • Represented the United States in a variety of other international competitions during the 1960s, traveling through Europe (Germany, France, and three former Soviet republics) and Mexico as well as playing against the Russian National Team during a tour of the U.S.
  • Played on Porter High School’s (Maryville, Tenn.) 1959 state championship team, scoring the final field goal, which provided the winning margin in the state finals