Texas Wesleyan’s Dion Rogers (center) put up a shot despite pressure from Life’s Jonathan Beausejour (left) and Dalarian Williams in Tuesday’s NAIA Tournament championship game at Municipal Auditorium. Rogers led the Rams with 28 points on the way to an 86-76 victory and tournament MVP honors.
Texas Wesleyan’s Dion Rogers (center) put up a shot despite pressure from Life’s Jonathan Beausejour (left) and Dalarian Williams in Tuesday’s NAIA Tournament championship game at Municipal Auditorium. Rogers led the Rams with 28 points on the way to an 86-76 victory and tournament MVP honors. Ryan Weaver Special to The Star
Texas Wesleyan’s Dion Rogers (center) put up a shot despite pressure from Life’s Jonathan Beausejour (left) and Dalarian Williams in Tuesday’s NAIA Tournament championship game at Municipal Auditorium. Rogers led the Rams with 28 points on the way to an 86-76 victory and tournament MVP honors. Ryan Weaver Special to The Star

Dion Rogers leads Texas Wesleyan to NAIA Tournament championship

March 21, 2017 10:05 PM

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