Jodi Rogert

Assistant Coach
10th season

Jodi Rogert enters her 10th season as an assistant coach for the Johnson County Community College volleyball program, and her seventh with head coach Jennifer Ei. Rogert also served three seasons as the top assistant to Hall of Fame coach Jill Stinson from 2000-02.

Over the past six seasons under Ei, Rogert has helped the Lady Cavaliers volleyball program produce a four top-10 NJCAA National Tournament finishes, including three top five finishes (3rd-2013, 5th-2015, 3rd-2018), a conference championship (2015), a runner-up finish (2013) and .702 winning percentage, going 158-67 overall and 42-14 in East Jayhawk Conference play.  The program has also appeared in 48 of 55 NJCAA Coaches Polls over the past six seasons, and three finished the year ranked in the top 10, earning the No. 3 spot in 2013, No. 8 spot in 2015 and a No. 5 spot in 2018.

Rogert has been key in the development of some of the best hitters in the country.  Preecy Seever was selected first-team NJCAA and AVCA All-American, NJCAA All-Tournament, first-team All-Region VI and East Jayhawk Conference MVP in 2013. Seever went on to play at Rockhurst, and in 2015, she was named the AVCA Division II Player of the Year while leading Rockhurst to the NCAA D-II Elite Eight for the first time in school history.

Lori Angello joined her on the first-team NJCAA All-America, All-Region VI and Jayhawk Conference teams.  Rogert also coached two other all-region selections another all-conference pick in 2013. 

In 2014, Briana Pontius garnered honorable mention NJCAA All-American, first-team All-Region Vi and first-team All-East Jayhawk Conference. She also helped coach two other all-conference selections. 

In 2015, Rogert coached two All-Americans and five all-conference selections. Middle hitter Maren Mair was selected first-team All-American, along with first-team All-District M, first-team All-East Jayhawk Conference and East Jayhawk Conference Freshman of the Year accolades. Joining her on the All-America team was libero Tori Kerr. She was named to the second-team and was first-team All-District M, second-team All-East Jayhawk Conference and NJCAA All-Tournament selection.

Last season, Rogert helped mentor three All-Americas, four all-region and four all-conference performers. Jade Askren became just third setter to be selected All-American, and first to be name to the first-team. Second-team honors went to freshman libero Rylie Barnum, and sophomore middle hitter Anna Hester earned honorable mention honors. She was also selected to the national all-tournament team.

Rogert first served as the top assistant to Hall of Fame coach Jill Stinson for three seasons, from 2000-02. During that time she helped JCCC to a conference runner-up finishes in 2000 and 2001, and a second place finish in the 2002 Region VI Championship Tournament. She also coached All-American hitter and East Jayhawk Conference MVP Kaycee Duncan (2000), 13 All-East Jayhawk Conference performers; eight All-Region VI picks and nine NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete award winners, including current head coach Jennifer Ei. Rogert also played a key role in recruiting All-American hitter Meghan Pudliner and All-America setter Courtney Aguilar.

In all Rogert has mentored nine NJCAA All-Americans, 30 All-Region selections, 35 All-East Jayhawk Conference performers, two NJCAA All-Tournament picks and 27 NJCAA Academic Student Athletes.

Rogert’s coaching experience includes three years as coach for the Mavs 15s and 17s (2000-02), one year as assistant coach at Missouri Western State University (2006) and one season as the sophomore coach at Shawnee Mission South High School (2010).