Bradley Logan, one of the most accomplished baseball players in Georgia State history, is in his first season as an assistant on the GSU coaching staff. Logan starred as a slugging first baseman and third baseman for the Panthers from 2007-10, setting numerous school records. The two-time all-conference selection is Georgia State’s career leader in games played, hits, runs batted in, runs scored, at bats, total bases, doubles, times hit by pitch and sacrifice flies. Most importantly, he finished as the Panthers’ winningest player, taking part in 132 victories in his four seasons. The defining moment of Logan’s career was also the high point in the annals of Georgia State baseball as he led the Panthers to the 2009 Colonial Athletic Association title and an NCAA berth, both firsts in school history. Named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, he homered in four straight games at the CAA Championships, and then he made it five games in a row by belting a home run at Georgia Tech in the opening game of the NCAA Atlanta Regional.