At 6-foot-8, Corban University graduate Ian Logan is recognizable on campus or on the court. On June 13, he was formally recognized for his efforts on both as the Cascade Collegiate Conference Scholar-Athlete of the year.
“This is another well-deserved award for Ian,” said Justin Sherwood, the men’s basketball coach at Corban. “He has worked very hard athletically and academically the last four years, and this is a great honor for him to end his career with.”
The annual scholar-athlete awards are voted on by the CCC’s athletic directors. It is presented to one male and one female who have distinguished themselves on the field of play and in the classroom during the academic year.
Logan was a four-year starter on the Warrior men's squad and concluded his career No. 16 on the program's all-time scoring chart after netting 1,347 points. The 6-foot-8 forward also etched his name in Corban history this past season when he knocked down the team's first three-pointer against Warner Pacific on January 7th to extend the program's record-setting mark to 800-straight games with at least one three-pointer made.
As co-captain during the 2010/2011 season, Logan averaged 10.8 points and 5.9 rebounds en route to earning National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCAA) All-West Region honors.
Logan closed out his career as a two-time Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete and three-time Academic All-CCC team member.
He earned his degree in health science on May 7, 2011 and plans to attend medical school in the fall. His goal is to become an orthopedic surgeon upon completion of his post-undergraduate work.