1 Corinthians 9:25-27 “Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last; but we do it to get a crown that will last forever. Therefore, I do not run like a man running aimlessly; I do not fight like a man beating the air. No, I beat my body and make it my slave that after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified for the prize.”
Coach Rogers Named 2011 Southwest Region Coach of the Year!
Coach Rogers grew up in Northern California and began playing Soccer as a child at the age of four. He continued to play at the Recreational and Competitive Level through High School. While just a High School Sophomore in 1981, he was asked by his church to coach an Under 12 Boys Team. Brad jumped on the opportunity and hasn’t stopped coaching since. He expanded his coaching to his own High School and continued to Coach at Leland High School for four years after his graduation in 1983.
Coach Rogers went on to play NCAA D1 Goal Keeper at SJSU for two years and then he fell in love. He married his wife Laura in 1988 and they have just recently celebrated their 25th anniversary. Brad and Laura have three sons. Nicholas is 25 and recently earned his Masters Degree in Architecture from UTA. Matthew is 22 and a Senior at West Texas A&M Majoring in Education. Steven is 20 and a Junior at UT majoring in Computer Science.
Coach Rogers never gave up his passion for soccer and the ministry opportunities that it afforded him. From 1988 through 2003, he coached over 200 teams in California. He coached at every level from the little under 5’s all the way to the U16 Boys ODP State Team. He has held the positions of the Director of Coaching and Player Development, as well as Vice President of Youth Sports.
In 2004, Coach Rogers and his family moved to North Texas. In his short time here, Brad has made a name for himself within the Soccer Community. Brad is well known and highly respected at the local and state levels. Coach Rogers brings many contacts from the Professional Level. His coaching experience to too long to list here but here is a brief summary of his certifications since moving to North Texas….
Coach Rogers and his family are members of the First United Methodist Church in Carrollton. Brad Coaches the Men’s Varsity Soccer Team at Carrollton Christian Academy and three years ago he took it upon himself to start a Middle School Soccer Program at CCA. The first three years have been a huge success and it will just blossom. The passion that Brad brings has been a blessing to CCA and will be a blessing to DCC as well!
Coach Rogers has a passion for Soccer and an even greater passion for shaping young men and women towards Christ’s teachings. He has spent over 30 years ministering through soccer. We are blessed to have him share his ministry with our athletes.
Coach Brad Rogers can be contacted at:
DCC Athletic Office: 972-241-3371 x156