April 18, 2013

loganjimmy.jpgSANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Orange Lutheran High School’s Chris Logan has signed with The Master’s College men’s soccer team.

Logan, an Orange County native, is slotted to aid the Mustangs as a left defender.  Off the field, Logan is planning on majoring in either Biological Science (Pre-Med) or Business Administration.

Boasting a resume that consists of first-team All-Trinity League honors, first-team All-Orange County honors, scholar athlete kudos, and being named the Lancers’ MVP and team captain his senior year, Logan is expected to make a lasting impact with the Mustangs.

“Chris is a strong player and plays left back with great skill and composure,” said Mustang head coach Jim Rickard.  “He’s somebody that can step in and help right away.”

Logan chose The Master’s College to grow in his knowledge of Christ and Scripture through academics and athletics.

“My main goals entering TMC are to strengthen my faith, push myself academically, and be the best soccer player I can be,” said Logan.

The Master’s College men’s soccer team went 8-10-1 (4-5-1 GSAC) in 2012 and will be parting ways with five players.

The Mustangs are slated to open their season August 22 against Jamestown College of North Dakota at the Westminster Tournament held in Salt Lake City, Utah.

To learn about the Mustangs soccer program, click here.