17 Logan Lee
Logan Lee

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Laguna Niguel, Calif.

High School:
Aliso Niguel

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190

Position:
LHP



06/27/2012

Six Baseball Players Named To PL Academic Honor Roll

Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year Zach Price Headlines Contingent

06/03/2012

Army Press Conference Quotes

Army Press Conference Quotes

06/03/2012

Oklahoma Sneaks Past Army In Extra Innings

Black Knights Finish Season 41-15

06/01/2012

Dueling aces key to Army's success

05/30/2012

Behind The Plate: Blog #10

Watkins Previews The NCAA Charlottesville Regional

05/13/2012

Highlights and reaction following the semifinal series between Army and Lafayette.

Highlights and reaction following the semifinal series between Army and Lafayette.

04/24/2012

Rick Johnston talks with the senior pitcher about his no-hitter on Saturday.

Rick Johnston talks with the senior pitcher about his no-hitter on Saturday.

04/22/2012

Rich DeMarco catches up with seniors Logan Lee, Cody Murtle, and Kevin McKague after the Black Knights' doubleheader sweep of Bucknell.

Rich DeMarco catches up with seniors Logan Lee, Cody Murtle, and Kevin McKague after the Black Knights' doubleheader sweep of Bucknell.

04/16/2012

Highlights and reaction following the doubleheader between Army and Lafayette.

Highlights and reaction following the doubleheader between Army and Lafayette.

03/25/2012

Highlights and reaction following the baseball doubleheader between Army and Harvard.

Highlights and reaction following the baseball doubleheader between Army and Harvard.

MISCELLANEOUS: Skilled southpaw ... developed into the Black Knights' top weekend starter during junior campaign ... emerged as frontline starter during sophomore season after contributing as a freshman ... blossomed into one of Patriot League's top left-handed starters ... boasts great understanding of game ... understands how to get batters out ... does little things well ... commands strike zone ... adept at moving ball around plate area ... throws three pitches for strikes ... features solid fastball, diving curveball and plus changeup ... capable of getting out left-handed hitters and right-handers alike ... owns outstanding work ethic ... boasts excellent mound savvy ... possesses above-average pickoff move ... owns ability to set up runners ... worked primarily out of bullpen during rookie season ... filled valuable relief role during Patriot League weekends ... should return to regular spot in starting rotation this spring ... three-year letterman.

MILESTONES: Tabbed Patriot League Pitcher of the Week and Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week after shutting out Navy as a junior ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll following sophomore and junior seasons.

2011: Emerged as Army's top weekend starter during solid junior campaign ... ranked second in the Patriot League with a 3.99 earned run average ... led Army and listed third in the Patriot League in innings pitched (79.0) and games started (13) ... paced the Black Knights and ranked fourth in the conference with 55 strikeouts ... topped the team and tied for the league lead with four complete games ... mark listed 42nd nationally ... allowed 75 hits in 79 innings of work ... opponents hit just .250 against him ... pitched Army to a 10-6 victory over Davidson in his first start of the season ... allowed just one run on four hits, while striking out four, in the contest ... lost five straight starts before earning second victory of the season versus Holy Cross ... yielded two runs on two hits over 5.0 innings against the Crusaders ... made it two wins in a row in the series opener against Navy ... scattered three hits over six scoreless innings opposite the Mids ... win proved to be the deciding factor in Army taking eighth straight "Star" from Navy ... effort versus Navy earned him Patriot League Pitcher of the Week honors ... also picked up Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week plaudits for his performance against the Midshipmen ... authored one of his best performances of the season in the Patriot League Tournament semifinals against Lafayette ... pitched Army to a win in the first game of the Black Knights' two-game sweep of the Leopards, permitting just one run on four hits in a career-best eight innings of work ... recorded a career-high eight strikeouts in losing effort against Dartmouth ... one of 10 Army players named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll at year's end.

2010: Shouldered heavy workload during second season in Black, Gold and Gray ... assumed regular spot in head coach Joe Sottolano's Patriot League pitching rotation following wave of injuries that struck Army pitching staff ... performed remarkably well ... blossomed into one of conference's most reliable starting pitchers ... posted 4-1 record with respectable 3.80 earned run average overall ... appeared in 14 contests ... drew six starting nods ... allowed 52 hits in 45 innings of work ... struck out 25 and walked 22 ... undefeated in Patriot League action ... registered perfect 4-0 record with stingy 3.25 ERA in five conference appearances ... earned four starting assignments ... allowed 27 base hits in 27 innings ... struck out 10 and walked 15 ... ranked fifth among Patriot League ERA leaders overall ... listed sixth among Patriot League ERA leaders in league games ... fired four innings at Holy Cross to earn first career win ... allowed four runs on four hits and struck out one ... notched second victory with five strong innings to pick up win over arch-rival Navy ... allowed just one earned run with four strikeouts ... moved overall record to 3-1 with strong performance against Lehigh ... permitted two earned runs and five hits in 6.2 innings of work ... turned in another winning effort following week versus Lafayette ... yielded four hits and two earned runs to highlight career-long mound stint ... struck out four and walked only one ... allowed just one earned run and six hits across five innings en route to no decision in regular season Patriot League finale opposite Bucknell ... touched for two runs on four hits by Bison during seminal showing in Patriot League Tournament ... did not factor in decision ... earned first career save during early season outing against Cornell ... fired two innings of hitless relief ... fanned two and walked one opposite Big Red ... one of nine Army players named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll at year's end.

2009: Received mound work in 12 contests ... worked primarily out of bullpen ... drew pair of starting assignments ... did not factor in decision ... posted respectable 5.50 earned run average across 18.0 innings of work ... allowed 28 base hits ... struck out 12 and walked seven ... permitted just three extra-base hits (2 doubles, 1 home run) ... notched pair of Patriot League appearances out of bullpen ... fired three shutout innings in starting debut opposite Manhattan ... allowed four hits (all singles) versus Jaspers ... fanned one and walked two in finest effort of season ... did not factor in decision ... garnered lone Patriot League start opposite arch-rival Navy ... yielded five runs on eight hits over 3.1 innings versus Mids ... struck out three and walked two ... registered scoreless stints out of bullpen against Central Florida, nationally ranked Illinois, Columbia and NJIT ... touched for one hit and one unearned run across two solid innings against powerful Ohio State ... also worked in relief opposite Holy Cross, Binghamton, New York Tech and Dartmouth ... Black Knights posted 7-5 overall record in games in which he pitched.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Craig Hanson at Aliso Niguel High ... split time between first base and pitcher's mound ... voted squad's top scholar-athlete all four years.

PERSONAL: Given name is Logan Deemer Lee ... born Feb. 12, 1990, in Mission Viejo, Calif. ... parents' names are Beverly and Bill Lee ... mother, Beverly, retired from U.S. Air Force with rank of colonel ... enjoys playing drums and golf in free time ... majoring in Physics.

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