A 1995 Crater graduate, Kyle Rogers was an outstanding student athlete and earned a total of twelve varsity letters during his years at Crater High School. A 4.0 student while in High school, Kyle was a three-year letterman in football, a four-year letterman in basketball, a four-year letterman in baseball and a one-year letterman in track. He was named Male Athlete of the Year his senior year. He was a three-year starter in football and was 1st Team All-Conference player, leading the league in passing. He was a four-year starter in basketball holding the single season rebounding record, led the league in rebounding and was named 2nd team All-Conference. He was a three-year starter in baseball and led the team in batting average, RBI’s and extra base hits as a junior.
Kyle then accepted a scholarship at Dartmouth College and continued his football career. Captain of the Dartmouth football team, he was a four-year letterman and a two-year starter at outside linebacker. He led the team in sacks and tackles for losses. His Dartmouth team was undefeated and a nationally ranked Ivy League Champions. He was named Special Teams Player of the Year as a sophomore and received the Hard Nose Award winner for a player who overcame significant injury to contribute measurably to success of the football team.
Kyle graduated from Dartmouth College in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and a minor in Environmental studies. He began work at Goldman Sachs as a Financial Analyst in 1999 – 2001.
In 2001 he moved to Keating Investments as a Partner/ Chief Investment officer, and in 2014 he became RDCA adviser and Managing Director of Venture Capital. In 2016 he moved to Delta-v Capital as Chief Operating Officer.
Today in his free time he coaches youth football, basketball, baseball and lacrosse.