Inducted in 2008
Kristin Rogers
Born on May 1, 1990 in Portland, Maine
Education:
Portland High School

A three-sport athlete at Portland High School, Kristin Rogers has been active in field hockey, ice hockey, and softball during her four year career. Kristin has earned two varsity letters in field hockey, and was named to both the Southwestern Maine Activities Association All-Academic Team and the Maine Field Hockey Association's Academic All-State squad. In addition, she earned four coaches awards for field hockey.

Kristin has been a member of the Bulldogs varsity girls' ice hockey team for four years and was named captain of the team in 2007-2008. She was an all-academic performer as a senior and was named a first team all-star in the Maine Girls Ice Hockey Association. She was the recipient of a coaches award in that sport at the conclusion of both her junior and senior seasons.

Kristin has been highly active in other Portland High School extra-curricular activities as well. She has been a member of the Key Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), and the Portland chapter of the National Honor Society. She has also served on the Portland Partnership Board of Directors. Kristin has earned a grade average of 98.1158 and ranks seventh in her class of 249 students.

Upon her high school graduation, Kristin plans to major in education and has narrowed her postsecondary choices to either Bowdoin College or Boston College. She is the daughter of Stephen and Jennifer Rogers and resides in Portland.

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