Emalee Rogers grew up in South Davis County and played goalkeeper for Utah Futbol Club/Utah Rush from 1997-2005. She also played for the Utah Olympic Development Program from 2000-2005. During her high school years, she attended Viewmont High School, where she was a 4 year varsity starter, earning Rookie of the Year her Freshman Year and Team MVP her junior and senior seasons. She also earned numerous All-Region and All-State Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune accolades.
Following her high school years, Emalee attended and played Division 1 NCAA soccer for the University of Utah. She played there from 2005-2010 where she was a team captain her junior and senior years. She earned Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week Awards and was a member of the 2005 and 2006 2nd Round NCAA Tournament Teams.
During the summer of 2008, Emalee had the opportunity to play with the Utah Spiders of the WPSL (Women’s Semi-Professional League). The following summer, she traveled to Tucson Arizona to play with the WSPL (Women’s Semi-Professional League) Arizona Rush. During that summer, her Arizona Rush team took 1stplace in the West Region and 2ndplace in the National Tournament, falling to the Southern California Blues 2-1. That season, Emalee was named the 2008 WPSL West Region Goalkeeper of the Year, the 2008 WPSL National Goalkeeper of the Year and to the 2008 WPSL All-America 1st team.
In 2011, Emalee was asked to become the head women’s soccer coach at Clearfield High School (a struggling program where they hadn’t won more than 5 games in the previous 5 years. During that year, she took the team to their first Utah High School 4A State Tournament and was named the Region 6 Coach of the Year. Following the 2012 season, Emalee had the opportunity to return to her alma mater and become the head coach at Viewmont High School. During this 1styear as the head coach at Viewmont, she took the team to their 2ndState Utah 5A Title in 2012 and was named the Region 1 Coach of the Year, the Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune Coach of the Year and the UHSAA 5A Coach of the Year. The 2012 VHS team finished the season ranked in the NSCAA National Standing as the #21 team in the Nation. The following year, Emalee again received All-Region Coach of the Year Honors and led the team to the 2013 UHSAA State Finals, where they fell to Brighton High School in double overtime 1-0.
Following college, Emalee was also asked to coach club soccer with Forza Futbol Club and still continues to coach their club teams today. She is currently coaching 3 youth women’s teams and is the clubs goalkeeper trainer. She currently trains in Davis County.Book With Emalee
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