Evita Rogers ’99 led Woodward to the 1999 State Championship and the All Area 2nd team in basketball and was chosen as the team captain her senior year. A four-year letter winner and starter at Georgia State University, Evita capped off her career by nishing as the all-time leader in games played (121) and eld goal percentage (53.5 percent). She ranks in the top 10 all-time in eight categories including points scored, games played and started, and rebounds and steals. A member of three NCAA tournament teams and a Women’s National Invitation tournament squad in 2000, Evita concluded her career helping Georgia State post a 56-16 (.778) league mark and an overall record of 89-35 (.718). Evita was a two-time Most Valuable Player selection of the A-Sun Conference tournament and garnered all-conference honors three times. She was a recipient of the 2005 Verizon Academic All-District 3 Award and named to the league’s All-Academic team in three consecutive seasons. Evita graduated from Georgia State on the Dean’s List with a major in exercise sport science and was nominated for “Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges” in 2003. Evita played professional basketball on the Escola Secundaria Santo Andre of the Liga Fenina—the top women’s division in Portugal. She later served as the assistant coach for the Georgia State women’s basketball team. After receiving her master’s degree in sports administration, Evita works at Anytime Fitness, a family owned gym, as the tness manager and trainer.
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