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Logan Michaels

190 lbs.
Graduate Student
DeForest, Wis.
High School / Club
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• Recipient of the Billy Word Memorial Award, the team’s Most Valuable Player
• Started in 17 of the first 18 games (16 at C, 1 at DH)
• Batted .316 (18-for-57) with six doubles (t-most on team), a home run and 16 RBI
• Struck out four times in 57 at bats, tied the fourth toughest to strikeout in the ACC (14.3 AB/K)
• Went 4-for-5 with with two doubles, a run scored and four RBI against Richmond
• Reached base safely in the final 13 games of the season
• Did not make an error in 167 chances at catcher
• Hit his first home run as a Cavalier, a two-run shot against William & Mary on Feb. 25
• Provided the game-winning hit in the bottom of the eighth of the season finale against UMass Lowell

• Appeared in 45 games his first season in Charlottesville, including 39 starts (all at catcher)
• Batted .311 (42-for-135) with four doubles and 20 RBI
• Hit safely in eight of his first nine games as a Cavalier
• Was statistically the ACC’s toughest batter to strikeout (11.3 AB/K)
• Had a season-high three hits, in 3-for-3, two run effort against Villanova on Feb. 24
• Was an Northwoods League All-Star in the summer of 2019 playing for the Madison Mallards. Hit .354 (68-for-192), the fifth-highest average in the league, with 11 doubles and 27 RBI

• His .413 average was the fourth-highest and his 128 career hits were the seventh-most in program history
• He appeared in 93 career games and collected 23 doubles, five home runs and 57 RBI while sporting a career .988 fielding percentage
• Two-time First Team All N4C selection and a Second Team All-Region IV selection as a sophomore
• As a true freshman, batted .437 with 62 hits in 44 games played
• Named the 2018 Region IV Tournament MVP after batting .500 with six hits in 12 at bats, one walk, four RBI and a run scored
• Set the single-game, program record for hits in a game with six against Kirkwood CC on May 26, 2018
• Madison returned to the NJCAA Division II World Series after a two-year hiatus in 2018, finishing fifth

• Two-sport participant (baseball, hockey) at DeForest
• Four-year participant and three-year letterwinner in baseball under Harold Olson, and a one-year participant in hockey
• Three-time first team all-conference (Badger North) selection and named a WBCA All-Star following his senior season
• Selected as team captain of the baseball team as a senior

• A History major
• Son of Jeff and Peg Michaels
• Born in Madison, Wis.
• Has a younger brother Brady and a younger sister Ellie