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Logan Harvey
Logan  Harvey

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Henrico, Va.

High School:
Douglas Freeman HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190

Position:
C

Bats/Throws:
R/R

08/14/2017

Deacs in Summer Ball Recap

Members of the Demon Deacon baseball team recently wrapped up a successful summer campaign around the country.

06/13/2017

Historic Run for No. 8 Wake Forest Comes to Close

After a Ben Breazeale walk-off homer in the conclusion of the first game to stay alive, Wake Forest fell to Florida in the season-ending nightcap.

06/04/2017

SUPER REGIONAL BOUND! No. 13 Deacs Win Regional

Wake Forest defeated West Virginia, 12-8, in a slugfest to advance to a Super Regional for the first time since 1999.

06/03/2017

Sheets' Walk-off Lifts Deacs Past Mountaineers

Wake Forest erased an early 3-0 deficit to top West Virginia, 4-3, Saturday evening, in the bottom of the ninth inning.

06/02/2017

Offense Shines in 11-3 Win in NCAA Opener

Wake Forest cruises past UMBC in front of 2,743 fans Friday evening

06/12/2017

Gainesville Super Regional - Games 2 and 3

The Demon Deacons won game 2 on a walk-off homer in the 11th, before falling in the deciding third game.

06/10/2017

Gainesville Super Regional - Game 1

The fourth-ranked Gators edged the eight-ranked Demon Deacons with an 11th-inning walk-off single.

06/04/2017

NCAA Regional Final vs. West Virginia

The Demon Deacons play West Virginia in the regional final Sunday night.

06/03/2017

NCAA Regional - West Virginia

Wake Forest vs. West Virginia in Game 4 of the Winston-Salem Regional

06/02/2017

NCAA Regional - UMBC

The Demon Deacons open the 2017 NCAA Regional vs. UMBC


Walter on Harvey
"Logan is a great defensive catcher with a high baseball IQ. Our pitchers love throwing to him and he does a great job controlling the running game. Offensively he is a gap-to-gap hitter who has a knack for having good at-bats in big situations. He'll split time behind the plate with Ben Breazeale and DH some when he doesn't catch."

2017 (Sophomore)
Played in 62 games and made 59 starts - 31 at catcher and 28 at designated hitter ... Finished the year with a .263 average, 12 doubles, three homers and 26 RBIs, finishing second on the team with 38 walks for a .386 on-base percentage ... Reached base in 16 straight games from Feb. 28-March 26 ... Went 7-for-14 in a three-game stretch against Radford, Coastal Carolina and NC State with a double and four RBIs ... Best game of the year came at Charlotte (March 21), going 4-for-4 with two doubles, a homer and five RBIs ... Also homered the next game against Georgia Tech (March 24) ... Final homer came in a 2-for-3 effort at Miami (Apr. 2) ... Tallied two doubles and three RBIs at Louisville (Apr. 8) ... Hit .318 in Wake Forest's six NCAA Tournament games ... Split summer ball between the Baltimore Redbirds and Charlottesville TomSox.

2016 (Freshman)
Had seized increased playing time in the middle of the season before suffering a season-ending elbow injury ... Finished the year with a .325 average, three doubles, two homers, eight walks and 10 RBIs in 16 games and 10 starts behind the plate ... Had a breakout game at App State (Apr. 19), finishing 2-for-4 with his first two career longballs, five RBIs, a HBP and four runs scored ... Started all three games in a sweep of top-15 North Carolina (Apr. 22-24), finishing the series 4-for-10 with a double, two walks and four RBIs ... Hit a double in his first collegiate game against Mount St. Marys (March 2) ... Reached base all four times at Charlotte, going 2-for-2 with two walks and an RBI ... Suffered a season-ending stress fracture against Elon (Apr. 27) in a game that was eventually rained out and canceled.

High School
Rated as a top-500 prospect by Perfect Game, as well as the No. 15 recruit in Virginia and the No. 88 catcher ... Earned four varsity letters in baseball, serving as a two-year captain ... Received 2015 Honorable Mention All-America and Second Team All-Atlantic Region honors from Perfect Game ... Finalist for the 2015 Richmond Times Dispatch Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Twice named First Team All-State ... Three-time honoree on the Richmond Times Dispatch All-Metro Team, All-Region First Team and All-Conference First Team ... Teammate of fellow Deacon Jake Mueller with the Evoshield Canes.

Personal
Born Dec. 5, 1996 ... Son of Ken and Jackie Harvey ... Member of the National Honor Society in high school ... Was also an AP Scholar, school newspaper editor, tutor, and member of the Center for Leadership, Government & Global Economics ... Father, Ken, played at Richmond and in the Dodgers organization ... Uncle, Kevin, also played baseball at Richmond and in the Royals organization ... Great uncle Jimmy Boehling played with the Washington Senators ... Has cousins who play baseball at Hampden Sydney College, basketball at Washington & Lee, and swim at Texas.

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