Chloe Rogers, Track & Field, Williams College
Chloe Rogers was a four-year letter winner in indoor and outdoor track and field. She was a three-time All-American, twice honored in the triple jump and once in the long jump. In 2017 she finished fourth in the triple jump (12.22 meters) and seventh in the long jump (5.64 meters) and as a junior Rogers placed seventh in the triple jump (11.93 meters) at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
In addition, Rogers earned Division III All-New England honors four times in the triple jump, twice in the long jump, and once in the high jump. She was All-NESCAC honoree in the triple jump in as a junior.
Rogers finished her career at Williams College as the owner of the school record in the indoor long jump with a mark of 5.75 meters.
A biology pre-med major and a two-time Academic All-NESCAC honoree, Rogers will take some time off after graduating from Williams before attending medical school where she intends to study osteopathy and aspires to open a preventative care clinic.
Following graduation, Rogers will focus few other endeavors. She will continue to develop a club she created – Healing Arts in The Berkshires; get a book she has written on health and wellness published; and start a company with a friend working to empower women in STEM fields that is aimed at helping fund programs for young women in the sciences.