Statisically, the most prolific player to wear a Panther uniform...Ended his career as the winningest player in the history of the program with 131 wins...Holds the school records for games played, hits, runs scored, at bats, times hit by pitch, RBIs, sac flies, total bases, doubles and games played, while standing second in stolen bases and walks...Stands in the top ten in CAA history in seven career categories, including hits, runs scored, runs batted in, total bases, at bats, doubles and times hit by pitch...Finished fourth in CAA history with 221 runs scored and tied for fourth with 208 RBIs...Only player in Georgia State history to play in three CAA Championships and holds several post-season records.
Earned All-CAA Third Team honors as part of a school-record six players honored in 2010...Named to the All-CAA Coaches Preseason Team and earned All-CAA honors from SEBaseball.com and Baseball America...On senior day, belted a two-run, walk-off home run to give the Panthers a 7-6 win over William & Mary...Belted a two-run walk-off home run to give the Panthers a 5-4 win over Air Force on April 16th..Reached safely in a school record 41 games, collected from May 1, 2009 to April 2nd of this season...Had second highest batting average of career, hitting at a .362 clip...During the season, collected single-season school top tens in hits, doubles, total bases, runs batted in and runs scored, while setting a new school record with eight sacrifice flies...Set a single-game career high with six RBIs at New Mexico State on March 14, belting one of the Panthers three grand slams which tied an NCAA record.
Earned CAA Most Outstanding Performer and CAA All-Tournament Team honors after belting four home runs in four games to lead the Panthers to their first-ever CAA Championship...Named to the Brooks Wallace Preseason Watch List as one of the top 64 players in the country prior to the start of the season...Named to the All-CAA Coaches Preseason Team, as well as earned honors from Rivals, SEBaseball and Baseball America prior to the start of the season...Went 7-for-17 in the CAA Championship with six runs scored and 19 total bases in four games in Wilmington...Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and three RBIs in the Panthers championship game victory of UNC Wilmington...Belted second inning home run in the Panthers first-ever NCAA Regional game against cross-town foe Georgia Tech, going 2-for-4 at the plate...Went 3-for-8 in the NCAA Atlanta Regional, scoring two runs and driving in a pair...Finished the season scoring at least one run in each of his last 11 games...Finished second on the team with 22 multi-hit games, including two three-hit games...Tied for second on the team with 12 multi-RBI games...Played in 59 games, tied for the second most in a single season in school history...Finished the year with 217 at bats, the seventh most in a single season in school history, while scoring 55 runs, also the seventh most in school history...Collected seven at bats against William & Mary on March 21st, tying the school record that is shared with three others.
Named to All-CAA Second-Team after leading team with 24 multi-hit games and 17 multi-RBI games...Led team in slugging (.624), home runs (11), doubles (21) and RBIs (63)...Set school record for most hits in a season with 85...Went 4-for-9 with seven RBIs and three runs scored in doubleheader against Jackson State (2/23)...Drove in four runs with a three-run homer and groundout against George Mason (3/16)...Doubled and homered while going 4-for-5 against Northeastern (3/29)...Doubled three times and drove in three runs against Northeastern (3/30...Drove in five runs with a homer and double while going 3-for-4 against North Carolina Central (4/20)...Went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs against Hofstra (4/25)...Tied school single-game record with five hits while doubling and homering twice against Presbyterian (5/6)...Escaped a bases-loaded jam with a strikeout to record save against Old Dominion (5/10)...Hit game-winning three-run homer against Old Dominion in top of the ninth (5/11)...Named CAA Player of the Week after batting .524 (11-for-21) with a double, three home runs, eight runs scored and 10 RBIs (5/12)...Finished season on a school-record 22-game hitting streak; batting .461 with eight doubles, seven home runs and 32 RBIs (4/6-5/17).
Had 12 multiple-hit games, including one four-hit game, and recorded six multi-RBI games...Started all 58 games at third base, which was tied for second most games played in a single season at Georgia State at the time...Posted .300 average with 10 RBIs during 10-game hitting streak (3/30-4/15)...Drove home two runs with a double in win against Alabama State (2/18)...Homered twice and doubled while going 4-for-5 with four RBIs and three runs against UNC Wilmington (3/17)...Went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer and three RBIs against Georgia Southern (4/24)...Belted three-run home run and scored four runs against Jacksonville State (5/8).
Lettered for three years under head coach Gerald Barnes at Westside High...Was named Class AA Player of the Year by the Georgia Dugout Club in 2005, and was named to the Dugout Club All-Star Team in 2006...Hit .474 in his sophomore year with three homers and 33 RBIs...Went 12-1 with a 1.12 ERA with 102 strikeouts in 68 innings in junior season while also batting .541 with nine homers and 52 RBIs during junior season...Hit .434 as a senior with eight homers and 48 RBIs while notching a 9-3 record on the mound ...Hit .497 for his career with 20 homers and 133 RBIs while his team reached the state playoffs in each season he played, including a state finals trip his junior season.
Bradley Mikell Logan was born May 12, 1988, in Augusta, Ga... His parents are Lance Logan and Debra DiArenzo...Has two brothers (Scott Logan and Joel Avera) and three sisters (Lauren Logan, Ali Avera and Ashley Avera)...Graduated with a degree in psychology.