A bit on Randi Rogers

When it comes to lady shooters Randi Rogers’ name can sometimes get lost, and frankly, I don’t know why. What amazes me and impresses me about Randi is that she is headed toward titles above and beyond “High Lady.”

Randi taking a zen moment before shooting a stage at the 2014 IDPA Indoor Nationals
Randi taking a zen moment before shooting a stage at the 2014 IDPA Indoor Nationals

Randi is climbing closer and closer to “High Overall” in just about every practical pistol sport available. All you have to do is look at her accomplishments from 2013:

  • IDPA Costa Rica National Championships High Lady
  • IDPA Indoor National Championships High Lady, 2nd Master SSP
  • USPSA TX State Open Championships High Lady Production, 7th Overall
  • NRA Bianchi Cup Ladies Production Champion, 3rd Place Overall Production Division, Winner of Event 4: Falling Plates
  • USPSA Double Tap Ladies Production Champion
  • IDPA Carolina Cup High Lady, 2nd SSP Master, 5th Overall
  • SASS End of Trail Ladies Top 16 Shoot-Off Winner, 20th Overall
  • ProAm Ladies Limited Champion
  • Steel Challenge World Championship Ladies Production Champion
  • Area 8 Ladies Limited Champion, 11th Overall Limited Division

From randirogersshooting.com.

We have 2nd Master SSP at the IDPA Indoor National Championships, we have 3rd Overall Production and an event win at Bianchi Cup. While she hasn’t snagged a GM card in USPSA, she’s shooting Master class which is higher than a lot of the other ladies out there.

It’s been a quiet 2014 for Randi, possibly as she transitions into her new roll shooting on Team Smith & Wesson. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more big things from Randi moving forward. When it comes to women in the practical pistol sports, she’s definitely one to keep your eye on.

Randi’s Website

Randi’s Facebook Page

4 thoughts on “A bit on Randi Rogers”

  1. I’m glad you did this piece on Randi, Shelley. She’s quite the phenom in the shooting arena, one especially filled with fashion over form Lady Shooters.
    That aside, this is coincidental timing, as Randi was featured on Shooting USA’s episode last night (maybe it was a rerun, I dunno) in a bio, and look back on her Cowboy Action Shooting beginning (where she did, in fact, win an Overall Victory against many a good male and female shooter).

  2. Randi is a very sweet lady and awesome representative for the shooting sports. At last year’s ProAm, some of us were squadded with a ladies squad that was being mentored by Randi and Lena M. I got to observe Randi as coached and advised the other lady shooters. I admit to listening in on her tips to the ladies and using some in my own plan of attack.

  3. When it comes to lady shooters Randi Rogers’ name can sometimes get lost, and frankly, I don’t know why.

    You don’t know why? It’s not right, but let’s be honest. We all know why Randi doesn’t get the attention Tori Nonaka or Jessie Duff do.

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