Logan is currently a Graduate Assistant Coach for the Women’s Lacrosse team at Johns Hopkins University. Logan graduated from Archbishop Spalding High School in 2016 where she was a four-year Varsity lacrosse player and a three-year Varsity field hockey player. Logan’s high school achievements provided her Division I opportunities to play either lacrosse or field hockey. Logan verbally committed to the University of Louisville for lacrosse, but later decided to play field hockey and attend the University of Maryland to pursue her degree in the nationally ranked Criminal Justice program. While at Maryland, Logan was a 4x member of the NFHCA National Academic Squad, 3x Big Ten Academic All-American, 2x Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, and 1x NFHCA Scholar of Distinction. Additionally, during her time at Maryland, Logan was part of team(s) that won regular season Big Ten titles in 2016, 2018, and 2019, the Big Ten Tournament Championship in 2018, and appeared in the 2017 and 2018 National Championship games. Logan graduated from Maryland with a B.S. in Psychology and Criminology and Criminal Justice in December 2019 and is currently pursuing her MBA at Johns Hopkins University where she is also serving as a Graduate Assistant Coach for the Women’s Lacrosse team. In the Spring of 2020, Logan returned to her high school alma mater where she was the Head Coach of the Freshman team before joining the Hopkins Coaching Staff. Logan is in her 4th season with M&D and closing in on her 8th year coaching club lacrosse.