Donnita Drain-Rogers graduated from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in December of 1990 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education and an endorsement in Biology. She obtained her Master’s degree in Education Administration at Texas A & M University of Commerce, Texas. While attending Northwestern, she obtained such honors as NAIA National Player of the Week, OIC Scholar Athlete, OIC and District IX All-Conference Teams and Northwestern Ranger Queen in 1988. Rogers was inducted into Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Athletic Hall of Fame in January of 1998. Rogers served four years as Athletic Director for Women’s Sports and was selected as Athletic Director of the Year for Region VI in 2003.
Coach Rogers most recently served as the head boys basketball coach at Booker T. Washington High School and is the first female to coach a varsity boys’ basketball team in Caddo Parish. Coach Rogers picked up her 300th career win during her first season and finished 22-9 and ranked #13 in 3A boys’ basketball this year. Rogers’ Lions made it to the LHSAA quarterfinals this year. This season was BTW’s best overall finish since the mid-eighties.
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