Ian Logan


190 lbs


5' 9"




Wilfrid Laurier


Aug 19th, 1982

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Logan took home his first CFL All-Star selection after starting 17 games at safety and recording 34 defensive tackles, three special teams tackles, four interceptions, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and two pass knockdowns.  He was named the Canadian Player of the Week for week one when he picked off two passes and made three tackles.  He sat out the regular season finale due to an emergency appendectomy, but returned to his spot in the secondary in time for the East Final where he recorded four defensive tackles and one pass knockdown.  Logan also recorded two defensive tackles in the 99th Grey Cup.


Ian played all but 5 regular season games due to injury to his hamstring. He finished the season with a career high of 45 defensive tackles and one interception.


Logan won the starting spot at safety after week 7. He then went on to start the next 11 regular season games he dressed for. He also started at safety for the East semi-final versus Edmonton. He finished the campaign with 38 defensive tackles, 19 special teams tackles –second most on the team- , two sacks, and a tackle for loss.


Logan appeared in 14 regular season games for the Blue & Gold. He made his CFL debut in the team’s regular season opener versus the Montreal Alouettes. He finished the regular season with one defensive tackle and five special teams tackles. He also dressed for the team’s Eastern Semfinal Championship loss to the Toronto Argonauts at Rogers Centre.


Logan was one of three members of the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks defence who were named to the CIS First All-Canadian Team. He finished ‘05 with 18.5 tackles, one pass knockdown and three interceptions. He also had six kickoff returns for 120 yards and three punt returns for 56 yards. Logan was the only member of the Golden Hawks to be named to the CIS First All-Canadian Team in ‘04. He had 25 tackles, two forced fumbles and four interceptions that season. Logan was an Ontario University Athletics All-Star three consecutive seasons (2003-05). In 2003-04, he was chosen Wilfrid Laurier’s Most Valuable Player.


Logan enjoys playing squash and competitive touch football in his free time. He plans on a career in teaching when his football career is over and hopes to one day coach football, baseball or track.