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Josh Rogge
Josh Rogge

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chelan, Wash.

High School:
Chelan

Event:
Sprints

Birthdate:
06/16/1979

Experience:
1V2V

Major:
Advertising/Marketing

2000-01: Competed at every distance up to 400m during the outdoor season ... posted top 100m mark of 11.48 seconds at the season-opening Washington Preview meet ... placed 10th in the 200m at the Ken Foreman Invitational with a season-best time of 23.09 seconds ... lone 400m finish was 10th, in 52.36 seconds, at the Salzman Invitational ... ran in two indoor meets, competing at 55m and 400m. 1999-2000: Redshirted the outdoor season with an injury ... competed in every sprint event during the 2000 indoor season despite injury ... set season-highs of 6.95 seconds for 55m, 7.49 seconds for 60m, 23.24 seconds for 200m and 51.14 seconds for 400m. 1998-99: Competed at the Pac-10 Championships at 400m, placing 11th with a time of 48.98 ... posted the team’s second-best 400m time (48.01) at the Seattle Pacific Invitational ... recorded season-best 200m time (22.24) at the Washington Outdoor Classic ... also ran a leg of the 4x100m relay that recorded its season-best time of 3:14.17 at the Pepsi Team Invitational in Eugene, Ore. ... during the indoor season, competed in sprints and relays ... posted top times of 7.16 seconds for 60m, 22.22 seconds for 200m and 50.11 seconds for 400m ... had team’s second-fastest 200m PR during the indoor season ... also ran on Washington’s 4x400m relay squad that placed second at the MPSF Championships in 3:14.02.

High School and Personal: Born June 16, 1979 ... parents are Nancy and Dave ... has an older sister, Megan ... won eight state titles in his four-year prep career, including three at 400m ... led Chelan to three state championships ... never finished lower than third in 12 state championships appearances ... swept the 100m, 200m and 400m state titles in both his sophomore and senior seasons ... as a junior, was first at 400m, second at 200m and third at 100m ... was second at state in the long jump in 1998 ... boasted top prep times of 10.6 (100m), 21.6 (200m) and 48.5 (400m) ... best long jump mark was 21-7 ... also lettered in football, earning team MVP honors as a junior and senior ... Rushed for 1,447 yards his last two seasons and was an All-Caribou Trail league pick ... earned another state title, with the Chelan basketball team, his senior year ... led squad to a third-place state finish in 1997.

UW Career Bests
100m....... 11.48
200m....... 22.24
400m....... 48.01
55m (indoor)....... 6.81
60m (indoor)....... 7.16
200m (indoor)....... 22.22
400m (indoor)....... 50.11

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