Garrett Logan
Garrett Logan
Height: 6-1
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Henderson, Nevada
High School: Bishop Gorman

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2006-07: Finished tied for 36th at the Del Walker Intercollegiate on 9/14-9/15 with rounds of 74 (+3), 70 (-1) and 76 (+5) ... Did not finish at the CordeValle Intercollegiate on 11/6-11/7, but turned in opening rounds of 74 (+2) and 75 (+3) ... finished tied for 74th at UH Hilo Intercollegiate with rounds of 69 (-1), 74 (+4), and 75 (+5) ... finished tied for 27th at the Callaway Golf Invitational on 3/5-3/6 with rounds of 79 (+7), 73 (+1), and 69 (-3) ... finished tied for 62nd at the USF Triumph at Pauma Valley on 3/12-3/13 with rounds of 76 (+5), 76 (+5), and 78 (+7) ... finished tied for 88th at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate with rounds of 80 (+8), 74 (+2), and 73 (+1).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005-06: Made his Broncos debut at the SCU Invitational in San Jose ... shot a 77 in the first round and carded a three-round score of 240 for the tournament...Competed in two more events, including Carson Daly Invitational hosted by LMU, where he shot 85, 74 and 77...Concluded his season at the Rice Intercollegiate in Houston, Texas where he shot 75, 75, and 76 to help Santa Clara win the tournament...Received Bronco Scholar Athlete Award, given to the athlete with the highest cumulative GPA on his or her team.

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: A 2005 graduate of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada...team won State Championship in golf in 2002 and 2003...captured 2003 Regional Championship...team went undefeated in 2004...earned unofficial national championship by winning the 100+ Team Tournament in South Carolina...a two-time All-State honoree...team captain as a junior and senior...a four-time All-State Academic honoree...led team in scoring average as a senior...a member of National Honor Society, the French Club and the Science Club.

PERSONAL DATA: Born in Las Vegas, Nevada...parents are Gary Logan, Robyne Townsend and step-father Randolph Townsend...hobbies include basketball and watching college football...majoring in business.