Achieving success at all levels of competition, 2018 CWHL Draft prospect Nina Rodgers presents a unique set of skills found within championship players.
The Minnetonka, Minnesota native is a two-time NCAA champion, winning as a member of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers in 2015 and 2016. In her two seasons in the Twin Cities, Rodgers was an ironwoman, appearing in 81 games for the Gophers, registering 15 points (9 G, 6 A).
Rodgers then made the jump to the Boston University Terriers in her junior year, showcasing offensive skill with her best statistical season. Appearing in 37 games with BU in 2016-17, Rodgers registered a career-high 31 points (11 G, 20 A). The jack-of-all-trades would finish her NCAA career with 56 points (26 G, 30 A) and an impressive plus-33 in 146 games played.