Brandon Rogers-Head Coach
Brandon Rogers enters his first season at Yellowstone Christian College in the fall of 2018. Rogers comes from Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska.
In Coach Roger’s first year at Grace University he took the 6-24 team to a 17-14 record and they’re first regional appearance in the NCCAA D1 central region. In addition, he led two student athletes to 2nd team all-region accomplishments.
Before Brandon’s time in Omaha he was the Assistant Coach for the University of Maine at Augusta where he also received his Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies. Rogers was the conference player of the year for the Yankee Small College Conference and three time All-American. Rogers received two professional contracts overseas for the Essex Blades and Dublin Swords.
Rogers resides in Billings with his wife Emily.
Tschida Johnson-Assistant Coach
Tschida Johnson enters her first season as assistant coach for Yellowstone Christian College women’s basketball program. Johnson played her final season under Coach Rogers as team captain at Grace University (Omaha, NE). “Tschida will be a huge addition to this program and the community of Billings. This was a no-brainer, I couldn’t be more excited to have her,” Coach Rogers said.
Johnson spent two years at Grace, including a phenomenal senior year, leading her team to a first time regional appearance in the NCCAA D1 Central region.
In her first two years of college Tschida ran track at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. The Wahoo, NE native boasts a wealth of winning as a 4 time state qualifier and state runner-up at Wahoo High School. On the hardwood, Johnson helped lead Wahoo to a third place finish in the state tournament her junior year, and was awarded female athlete of the year.