Logan Gdula
Logan  Gdula


East Lyme, Conn.

High School:
Bacon Academy

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160




No. 1 Deacs Strike Early to Beat Hokies, 3-0

Wake Forest scored twice in the opening four minutes for the first time in program history en route to its sixth-straight shutout in the ACC Quarterfinals.


Offense Explodes As No. 2 Deacs Beat Longwood, 8-0

Wake Forest scored eight goals for the first time since 2008, as seven different Deacs found the back of the net.


No. 2 Deacs Top No. 4 Heels in Battle of ACC Unbeatens

Wake Forest earned a 2-1 road victory at North Carolina, becoming the last team unbeaten in ACC play.


No. 2 Wake Forest Outlasts No. 6 Clemson in Double OT

Steven Echevarria put away the game-winner in the 103rd minute to lead the Deacs to a 3-2 victory over the Tigers.


No. 4 Deacs Top Wolfpack behind Second-Half Surge

Wake Forest scored three goals in a span of less than eight minutes, including two within 20 seconds to beat NC State, 3-0.


#DeacsInSpain: Men's Soccer Visits Spain - Trip Recap

Check out the one-stop spot to relive Wake Forest's 2016 spring break trip to Madrid and Barcelona from March 4 to March 13.


NCAA Quarterfinal: Stanford 2, Wake Forest 0

A historic season came to a close in a 2-0 loss to Stanford at Spry Stadium on Dec. 2.


ACC QF: No. 1 Wake Forest 3, No. 9 Virginia Tech 0

The Demon Deacons scored twice in the opening four minutes and went on to defeat the Hokies, 3-0.


National Championship: Wake Forest vs. Stanford

Wake Forest vs. Denver December 11, 2016


College Cup: Wake Forest vs. Denver

Wake Forest took on Denver in the national semifinals on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.


A Season in Photos: 2016 Wake Forest Men's Soccer

Memorable images from the Demon Deacons' run to the College Cup

Logan Gdula profile

2017 (Junior)
Played in 22 games and made 21 starts at outside back ... Finished tied for third on the team with seven assists ... Scored the first goal of his career in a season-opening win over Rutgers (Aug. 25) ... Had assists in back-to-back wins over top-10 foes as the Deacs beat No. 6 Clemson (Sept. 29) and No. 4 North Carolina (Oct. 6) ... Recorded first multi-assist effort in the next game against Longwood (Oct. 10) ... Also had assists against ACC foes Boston College (Oct. 21) and Virginia Tech (Nov. 5), plus non-conference opponent Saint Louis (Sept. 2) ... Took a total of 12 shots, six of them on goal ... Contributed to a defense which recorded 13 shutouts and was top five in the country in goals-against average ... Played the full 90 minutes or more 10 times.

2016 (Sophomore)
Came off the bench in six games over the course of the first seven before starting the first game of his career Sept. 20 against FIU ... In all, played in 24 games and started 18 games ... Recorded his first two collegiate points in back-to-back games against South Carolina (Oct. 18) and Boston College (Oct. 22), assisting on Hayden Partain's winner against South Carolina and Jon Bakero's winner against Boston College.

2015 (Freshman)
Appeared in 10 games off the bench ... Played 212 minutes on the season and did not attempt a shot.

Four-time US market training invitee ... Tied for second in goals in the Northeast Division (16) ... Four-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... Ranked No. 7 in the Northeast for the class of 2014 by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... Ranked No. 130 overall for class of 2014 by College Soccer News ... Played club soccer for Oakwood Academy and was coached by Kevin Bacher and Dave Farrell ... Was a member of the first and second Oakwood Academy teams to make the academy playoffs in club history ... Was a member of DECA, STEM, and Math Club ... Was on the honor roll all-four years at Bacon Academy.

Born October 13, 1996 in Norwich, Conn. ... Son of Jami Gdula and Courtney Archer ... Has one younger sibling named Quinten ... Committed to Wake Forest in May 2015 ... Currently undecided on a major.

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