Logan Garners National, B1G Player of the Week along with Brown
Men's Lacrosse Trio on Big Ten Preseason Watch List
Quartet to Captain Men's Lacrosse Team in 2016
Logan, King Earn All-Big Ten Honorable Mention for Men's Lacrosse
Logan Named Men's Lacrosse B1G Co-Specialist of the Week
Goalie Gerald Logan discusses team intensity and positive attitudes, and the need to increase the team's confidence for success going forward.
• Most Valuable Player (2016)
• Defensive MVP (2016)
• Owns the Michigan career goalie record in nearly every category
• First two-year starter in school history
• All-Big Ten honorable mention (2015)
• ECAC All-Freshman Team (2013)
• NCAA Statistical Champion (2013) (saves per game, 15.07)
• ECAC Rookie of the Week (March 4, 2013)
• Team MVP (2013, 2015)
• Team Defensive MVP (2013, 2015)
• Freshman of the Year (2013).
• Recorded 13 saves, scooped up three ground balls and caused one turnover in a loss to Johns Hopkins (April 23)
• Notched 14 saves and scooped up four ground balls in a loss against Marist (March 23)
• Recorded 18 saves and added five ground balls in a win over Vermont (March 5)
• Recorded 13 saves in a win over Delaware (February 27)
• Recorded 15 saves and three ground balls in a win against Colgate (February 14)
• Started every game in goal for the Wolverines
• Stopped 54 percent of shots faced and totaled a 11.60 goals-against-average
• Had double-digit saves in 11 of 13 games
• Ranked in the top 10 in the NCAA in saves per game (12.84)
• Made 14 saves in a 10-9 loss to Penn State (April 25)
• Stopped 13 shots and allowed eight goals in a win against Rutgers (April 5)
• Conceded nine goals and had 13 saves in addition to a season high six ground ball pick ups against Drexel (March 21)
• Allowed eight goals and had 18 saves in a four overtime victory over Saint Joseph's
• Allowed just six goals on 16 attempts on net in win over Detroit (Feb. 14)
• Had 12 saves and allowed nine goals in win over Bellarmine (Feb 7).
• Did not play due to injury, earning redshirt season.
• No. 2 in NCAA in total saves (211)
• No. 13 in save percentage (56.3 percent)
• Stopped double-digit shots in 13 of 14 contests, and at least 15 shots in nine games this year
• Topped the NCAA in saves in a single contest with 25 versus Army (March 2)
• Faced 565 shots on the season
• Started all 14 games
• Led team in ground balls with 35
• Concluded season with a 17 stop effort against Denver (April 27)
• Had 15 stops in the 11-8 win over St. Joe's (April 20)
• Stopped 10 shots and picked up five ground balls against Ohio State (April 13)
• Made 15 saves while allowing 12 goals in the loss to Delaware (April 6)
• Picked up three ground balls vs. Air Force (March 30) and made 11 saves while allowing 10 goals vs. the Falcons
• Collected seven ground balls vs. Loyola (March 23) as well as registered fifteen saves
• Picked up three ground balls vs. Colgate (March 17)
• Made nine saves vs. Colgate
• Collected four ground balls vs. Fairfield (March 14) along with stopping 17 shots vs. Fairfield
• Saved 13 shots while allowing 11 goals in the contest against Hobart (3/9), also collected one ground ball
• Made 16 saves High Point, while also collecting two ground balls (March 6)
• Saved 25 shots while allowing 12 goals in the loss against Army (March 2) to go along with three ground balls
• Saved 12 shots while allowing 17 goals in the loss against No. 4 Johns Hopkins (Feb. 23), while also picking up two ground balls
• Made 17 saves against Bellarmine (Feb. 16) while allowing 11 goals on the afternoon
• Made collegiate debut against No. 15 Penn State (Feb. 9), equaling a program record 19 saves and three ground ball pickups in the 11-6 defeat against the Nittany Lions
• The Hotchkiss School (Post Grad) (2012)
• One year of post graduate varsity lacrosse and varsity soccer at The Hotchkiss School
• Four years of varsity lacrosse
• Four years of varsity soccer
• Attended Shoreham-Wading River H.S. before transferring to Sachem North H.S. for senior year
• Named an All-Star for the 2012 class at the 2011 King of the Hill Tournament while playing for the Long Island Express.
• Son of Miriam and Gerald Logan Sr.
• Has two brothers, James and Sean
• Born in Beth Page, N.Y.
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.