Former Bethel College football coach Kent Rogers was named to the Kansas Shrine Bowl Hall of Fame.


Former Bethel College football coach Kent Rogers was named to the Kansas Shrine Bowl Hall of Fame.

Rogers was an assistant coach in 1974 and was head coach of the East team in 1975. He spent 24 years in public education. He coached at Bethel College for 16 years. He spent 14 years as assistant principal and athletic director at Rock Creek High School.

He was named coach of the year six times. He was president of the NAIA football coaches in 1992-93.

He was named to the Bethel College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. He holds an undergraduate degree from Emporia State and a masterís degree from Wichita State.

Rogers resides in Manhattan.