Logan comes to us from SUNY Oswego where he was the Defensive Coordinator for the past two seasons, he also earned his Master’s in Business Administration graduating Summa Cum Laude. Under his tutelage the Laker defense went from giving up 10.3 goals per game to 8.2, propelling Oswego to their first post season berth in 9 seasons and their first 10 win season since 1996. Before his time at SUNY Oswego he was the Defensive Coordinator at Division III powerhouse SUNY Cortland, where he helped the Red Dragons to a second round appearance in the NCAA tournament.
During his college career Logan was a two year starter at close defense for Marquette University for the 2014 and 2015 seasons, graduating with a Bachelor’s in the Arts of Communication Studies. During his senior season at Marquette he helped the Golden Eagles to their highest ranking in program history at #9. Logan also played at Onondaga Community College for the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Earning two national championships and two All-American honors while playing for the Lazers. Prior to his two seasons at Onondaga, Logan played at Syracuse University where he redshirted for the 2011 season.
Logan is a graduate of Corcoran High School in Syracuse, New York. Under the teaching of Shaun Smith and Kevin Brady he was ranked the #58 recruit in the class of 2010, according to Inside Lacrosse.
Logan was also a member of the 2017 Rochester Rattlers of the MLL.
Braiden joins the Mercyhurst North East Men’s Lacrosse coaching staff as a 2019 University of Vermont graduate, and will be assisting running the offense as a Graduate Assistant. Originally from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada, Braiden attended the McCallie School in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Form there he went to play college lacrosse for the University of Vermont. At Vermont, Braiden earned a Bachelor’s in Science with a degree in Public Communication.
During his college career, Braiden played 4 years with the Vermont Men’s Lacrosse team, and earned a Captains role in his senor year. Throughout his 4 years at Vermont, Braiden tallied 53 games played, 27 goals, and 24 assists for a total of 51 points. Braiden is one of just 59 players in program history to finish his career with 50 or more points. On top of NCAA lacrosse, Braiden currently plays in the Major Series Lacrosse League in Ontario, Canada for the Oakville Rock Senior “A” program.