Steven Maurice Rogers (born July 30, 1968) is an American retired professional basketball player.. A 6'5" and 190 lb shooting guard, Rogers played his freshman year of college basketball at Middle Tennessee State before transferring to Alabama State for his sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
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Steven Maurice Rogers (born July 30, 1968) is an American retired professional basketball player.. Contents. See also; References; External links; A 6'5" and 190 lb shooting guard, Rogers played his freshman year of college basketball at Middle Tennessee State before transferring to Alabama State for his sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
Steve Rogers was born on July 4, 1918, in Brooklyn, New York, to Sarah Rogers. His father, a member of the 107th Infantry Regiment , was killed by mustard gas during the First World War . He was raised by his mother, a nurse, who died of tuberculosis , leaving Rogers alone at the age of eighteen.
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Steve Rogers was born on the Gold Coast and played his first senior game for the Southport Tigers.In the 1972 Gold Coast Group 18 competition 17-year-old centre Steve Rogers helped a Gold Coast Tigers outfit to victory in the Grand Final against Tweed Heads Seagulls. The following season he moved to Sydney to play in the NSWRFL Premiership.
1. Until 2002, Rogers held the record for the most points scored in a match (26) for the Cronulla club. 2. Rogers is one of twenty Australian internationals to come from the Cronulla club, and one of two players (alongside Greg Pierce) to have captained the national side. 3. Rogers holds the standing record for the most points ever scored for the Cronulla club (1253)Australian Associated Press (3 January 2006) "Football great Rogers found dead", The Australian. Retrieved 4 January 2006Cubby, Ben et al. (5 January 2006) "Depressed and unable to talk about it: Mat tells of his father's greatest struggle", Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 5 January 2006Heads, Ian (4 January 2006) "Vale 'the complete footballer'" The Australian(page 14)Kogoy, Peter and McDonald, Annabelle (5 January 2006) "Legend's fatal drug, alcohol cocktail" The Australian. Retrieved 5 January 2006.
As part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel, Steve Rogers became the new Chief of Civilian Oversight for S.H.I.E.L.D. He returned to the Uncanny Avengers where the team is now using the Schaefer Theater as their headquarters. Steve Rogers later has an encounter with an alternate Logan from Earth-807128. After defeating Logan and bringing him ...