Daily Archives: September 17, 2012

NCAA Lacrosse: Michigan Men’s Lacrosse Freshman Goalie Gerald Logan Profile


In the fourth entry in the question and answer series for Class One, the first recruiting class of the U-M men’s lacrosse team, Gerald Logan, a Sachem North High School (N.Y.) graduate and Hotchkiss School Prep School attendee,

Michigan Lacrosse Goalie Gerald Logan

is featured. Logan was ranked as the No. 18 player on the Inside Lacrosse Top 20 Post-Graduate Recruits and was the No. 3 goaltender on the list.

On the possibility of seeing significant time as a freshman goalie … “It’s definitely exciting. There was a lot of hard work that went into the offseason. It has been nice working with Dylan (Westerhold), who is definitely a great role model. He is very hardworking, and has been especially useful in showing me how to get things done, while Coach (Keith) Euker has been very supportive both on the field and off the field.”

On prep school preparing him to be a Division I goalkeeper … “It definitely helped with the mental aspect, not even just playing goalie, but getting used to school and the course work, and everything else that comes with moving away. From a goalkeeper perspective, I got to lead kids that were much younger than me because that’s the way the prep school process works. It was nice to show me what it takes to be a leader and what it takes to win and how much hard work you have to put in.”

On his goalkeeping style … “I’m extremely explosive. I don’t have the best positioning, but I’m really explosive and have quick hands. I need to work on my body position and communication, but my explosiveness is definitely my best skill. I’m also good at running the ball up the field, but I need to stop and realize the plays to make and the plays not to make.”

On being part of Michigan’s first lacrosse recruiting class and the upcoming season … “Just being able to play Division I lacrosse will be great. I’ve been playing lacrosse since second grade, every weekend waking up at six to practice, every day even when you’re hitting a wall. It is very exciting when you finally meet your goals, especially being the first class. We have a lot of hard work ahead of us, but we also have a great work ethic on the team.”

On what drew him to Michigan … “Besides the academics, it’s the facilities, the coaching staff, everyone was personable. Everyone on the team wants to work hard regardless; they want it worse than anybody. That is what made me want to come to Michigan.”

Lacrosse Tournaments: “2013 Sand Storm Lacrosse Festival” On Jan 19-20 In Indio, CA Features Top Club Teams From Over Ten States


In it’s sixth year, SAND STORM has exploded into THE place to compete as players prepare for their spring seasons.

Power packed with teams from the both coasts and non-traditional areas  including Arizona, Colorado,  Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, Oregon, Texas,  Utah and Washington, SAND STORM  will once again provide the ultimate  destination lacrosse experience for both girls and boys!   

Just like the places from which the teams travel, SAND STORM is a spectrum  of opportunities for top notch competition and for enjoying life. It’s a win-win!
Nestled in the desert valley below the San Jacinto Mountains, SAND STORM’S Palm Springs locale boasts unprecedented skyline views, a multitude of  spa/golfing activities, spectacular January weather and the opportunity  to play on the unbelievable fields of the Empire Polo Club. 

Major League Lacrosse: Boston Cannons Middie Paul Rabil Profile (Video)