Head Coach Frank Rogers
University of Montevallo women's lacrosse head coach Frank Rogers is entering his fourth year after being named the program's first ever head coach in 2015. of the women's lacrosse program.
Rogers arrived at Montevallo from Brevard College in Brevard, North Carolina, where he served as the program's inaugural head women's lacrosse coach.
Rogers was responsible for recruiting, prospecting, scheduling, practice planning, and daily operation of the women's lacrosse program at Brevard College.
Rogers is a native of central New York and has worked camps for Notre Dame, Louisville, Virginia and Navy, while also running his own camps.
Rogers took over the Brevard program following a successful five-year coaching stint at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he served as the women's lacrosse head coach from 2009-2013. Rogers started the women's lacrosse program at Aquinas and led the Saints to a 20-2 record in their inaugural season in 2010.
Rogers also served as the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Chair during his tenure at Aquinas College.
Prior to his time at Aquinas, Rogers served as the head women's lacrosse coach for Western Michigan University's club team following nine years as a high school boys' lacrosse coach in Michigan and New York.
A nine-time speaker at the US Lacrosse National Coaches Convention, Rogers has also served on the National Women's Lacrosse League Coaches Committee.