Logan Halvorson
Logan  Halvorson


Lakeville, Minn.

High School:
Lakeville South



2018: [Game-by-Game] Named Second Team All-SoCon ... Academic All-SoCon ... Southern Conference Honor Roll ... started every game in which she appeared (17) ... led CMU in ground balls (42) and caused turnovers (15) ... scored lone goal of the season in 17-12 win over Saint Francis (3/17), also collecting a season-high six ground balls and causing two turnovers ... named SoCon Defensive Player of the Week (3/20) ... registered eight draw controls for the season.

2017: [Game-by-Game] Selected Second Team All-Atlantic Sun ... started every game for the second consecutive season ... team captain ... five-time Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Week nominee ... led Central Michigan in ground balls (55), draw controls (42) and caused turnovers (29) ... ranked No. 4 in the ASUN in caused turnovers per game (1.71) ... ranked 17th in the NCAA in ground balls per game (3.24) ... scored two goals ... totaled six ground balls, a season-high six draws and two caused turnovers in 18-6 win over Gardner-Webb (3/14) ... had four ground balls and forced a season-best five turnovers against Mercer (3/24) ... tallied seven ground balls, five caused turnovers and four draw controls vs. Detroit Mercy (4/29).

2016: [Game-by-Game] Named to ASUN Freshmen Team …. ASUN Defensive Player of the Year candidate … started all 16 games … named Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Week (3/15) … ranked No. 1 in the Atlantic Sun in shooting percentage (.750) … also ranked No. 7 in the conference in ground balls (43) and No. 13 in caused turnovers (19) … had a season-high four caused turnovers versus Virginia Commonwealth (3/13) … ranked fourth on the team in goals (15) and fifth in points (20) … recorded four multi-goal games … scored a season-high three goals in win over Delaware State (3/11) … netted two goals in three consecutive games mid-season – vs. Robert Morris (3/27), at Detroit (3/30) and at Furman (4/8) … tallied 15 draw controls, which ranked fourth on the team.

High School/Club: Won five letters for lacrosse as well as four for basketball … captained her team during the 2014 and 2015 seasons … Minnesota Coaches Association Player of the Year in 2015 … named an All-American in 2015 by coaches association … was All-State in both 2014 and 2015 … All-Conference in South Suburban Conference in both 2014 and 2015 … named the Minneapolis Star Tribune Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year in 2015 … won title of Ms. Lacrosse Minnesota in 2015 by Minute Men … honorable mention All-Conference (2011-13) by South Suburban Conference … Pioneer Press Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year in 2015 … scored over 200 career goals … led state in ground balls three years in a row (2013-15) ... played club lacrosse with the Minnesota Lakers.

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