An outstanding high school and collegiate athlete, Zachary Logan became a well-known name in the State of Ohio. His exemplary track and football years in high school from 2000 to 2004 along with his coaching years has earned Logan an induction into the Trotwood-Madison Hall of Fame as a 2019 Distinguished Member.
During his high school tenure, he was the first to be selected as a two sport All State Athlete. In track, Logan is a two-time Ohio High School Athletic Association Division I State 400 Meter State Champion, a Nike All American and an Adidas All American in Track & Field. He currently holds the school record in the 400M at 46.64. Logan has won a countless number of regular season races in the 400M, 200M, 4X100, 4X200, and 4X400M and never lost the 400M in a regular season. As a standout football player, Zach was selected Defensive Back All State, All Southwest, All District and All GWOC. He ranked 36th in the nation as a Defensive Back by 24/7 Sports Composite. During his senior year he recorded 67 tackles, 11 pass breakups, 3 interceptions, and 2 fumbles. Logan was offered over 30 Division I Scholarship Offers (Purdue, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, North Carolina State, etc.). He accepted a football scholarship from Purdue University where he was selected All Big Ten Freshman Team in football. He competed in the NCAA Football 2006 Champs Sports Bowl game and the Big Ten Indoor Track
& Field Championships.
Logan was not only a terrific athlete but also an incredible coach. After graduating from Purdue
University and obtaining a Master’s Degree from Texas Southern University, he returned to
coach football at his alma matter. He was the Trotwood-Madison Defensive Back Coach from
2010-2013. As a coach, Logan competed for 4 consecutive Football State Championships and
was part of the coaching staff that won the 2012 State Football Championship. He has assisted in
student athletes earning 33 collegiate football scholarships. Logan also coached the Rams Boys Track & Field in 2011 and led them as the Head Coach to be GWOC Track & Field Champions, District Track
& Field Champions, Regional Track & Field Champions, and competed in five State Track & Field Championships events.
Logan decided to pursue his passion for coaching football at the collegiate level and became the
Defensive Back coach at Marietta College. After establishing himself as a collegiate coach, he
received a promotion as the Defensive Coordinator at Malone University. Zach has dedicated
his life to developing and mentoring young men. He served as a volunteer at various high school He served as a volunteer at various high school and collegiate football camps, and continues to work with young men as a Behavioral Program Supervisor at the Village Network in Wooster Ohio.
Zach was inspired and encouraged by many people along the way, parents Terry & Sylvia Logan, Travis Logan, brother, Whitney Logan-Addison, sister, Coach Maurice Douglass, Coach John McKinney, and Coach “R” Randy Wagoner. Special thanks to Coach Sidney Booker, Dunbar High School Boys Track & Field for his support and words of encouragement.