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Joe Logan
Title Head coach
College Loyola (MD)
Sport Basketball
Place of birth Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Career highlights
Overall 61-59 (.508)
Awards
2007 Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1996-1997
1997-2001
2001–2005
2005-present
Centenary (NJ) (asst.)
Loyola (MD) (asst.)
St. Joseph's (asst.)
Loyola (MD)

Joe Logan is the head coach of the Loyola University Maryland women's basketball team, an NCAA Division I program that competes in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC). Logan was named head coach at Loyola on May 12, 2005, after spending the previous four seasons (2001-2005) as an assistant women's basketball coach at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia.

Logan, a 1996 graduate of Loyola, was also an assistant coach at Loyola from 1997-2001 under Pat Coyle and Cindy Anderson-Griffin. Following his graduation, Logan spent a season as an assistant men's basketball coach at Centenary College, an NCAA Division III school in Hackettstown, N.J.

During his time as a student at Loyola, Logan was a manager for both the men's and women's basketball teams. He was with each team when they advanced to the NCAA Tournaments (men, 1994; women, 1995) and served under former Loyola coaches Skip Prosser and Coyle.

Logan returned to Loyola to help rebuild the Greyhounds, and he has done an admirable job at that. In 2005-2006, the Greyhounds compiled a 20-10 record, the most victories by a first-year head coach in school history. Loyola advanced to the MAAC Championship Game that year before losing to Marist.

The 2006-2007 Greyhounds put together an 18-12 mark and moved on to the MAAC Semifinals despite being projected to finish seventh in the conference prior to the season. Logan was named the Anaconda Sports/MAAC Coach of the Year following that season.

Following the graduation of eight players over two years, the Greyhounds entered a bit of a rebuilding process in 2007-2008. Logan, however, helped the team jump out to a 7-2 record before finishing the season 13-17 in the MAAC Quarterfinals. In 2008-2009, the Greyhounds finished 10-20.

Logan is married to former Loyola women's basketball player and assistant coach, Susan Bryce.

References

Official Bio

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