Bo Logan was recently named an all-star in the Cal Ripken Collegiate League
July 16, 2012
Boca Raton, FL - A Florida Atlantic University baseball player is having a standout performance in the Cal Ripken Collegiate League for the second straight summer, with sophomore reliever Bo Logan earning all-star honors for the Bethesda Big Train (Md.).
"Being named an all-star is a great honor, and I am very proud of Bo," said John McCormack, FAU's head baseball coach. "Bo pitched very well down the stretch of our (2012) season. That success has continued throughout this summer."
Logan, a 5-foot-10 left hander, has posted a perfect 4-0 record in five appearances and three starting assignments this summer. He has struck out 20 batters in 22.1 innings and compiled a 2.42 earned run average (ERA).
The Naples native went 4-3 with a 4.87 ERA in 17 appearances as a redshirt freshman for FAU during the 2012 season. Logan recorded 43 strikeouts in helping the Owls capture the Sun Belt Conference regular-season title.
Last summer, 2012 FAU graduate Alex Hudak was named the most valuable player in the Cal Ripken League all-star game while playing with Bethesda.
The SBC regular season title marked Florida Atlantic's second league championship in the last three seasons. Overall, the 2012 team went 32-22, marking the program's 14th consecutive winning season.