Johns Hopkins' Gerald Logan Named Epoch/US Lacrosse Player of the Week

Michigan transfer Gerald Logan made 16 saves in Johns Hopkins' 13-5 win over North Carolina. (Photo by John Strohsacker)


We knew Johns Hopkins could score, but would its defense hold up? And could Michigan transfer Gerald Logan take command in the cage?

Consider those questions answered.

Logan, whose 16 saves kept defending NCAA champion North Carolina at bay in the Blue Jays’ 13-5 road victory Saturday, is the Epoch/US Lacrosse Player of the Week.

It’s not the first player of the week honor for Logan. We billed him as “the best goalie you’ve never heard of” last February following his 15-save performance in the Wolverines’ win over Colgate.

Logan, a graduate student who ranked in the NCAA’s top 10 in saves per game in three different seasons at Michigan, beat out incumbent Brock Turnbaugh for the starting job at Homewood. With a 7.54 goals against average and a 54.7 save percentage in four starts, he is a big reason Johns Hopkins is 4-0 and ranked No. 3 in the country.






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EPOCH/US LACROSSE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

FEB. 6, 2017
CAM MILLIGAN, VERMONT | STEPH LAZO, PENN STATE
FEB. 13, 2017
TEDDY HATFIELD, RICHMOND | PAIGE SOENKSEN, COLORADO
FEB. 20, 2017
MIKE D'AMARIO, VIRGINIA | SARAH MARTIN, ALBANY
FEB. 27, 2017
GERALD LOGAN, JOHNS HOPKINS | ALEX CONDON, PENN
THE EPOCH/US LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK RECOGNIZES THE MOST OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES IN COLLEGE MEN'S AND WOMEN'S LACROSSE. MAKE IT EPOCH.

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