The New England Black Wolves announced today that Ty Logan has been signed to a three-year deal.
Per team policy, no details were released.
“Ty was the surprise of camp last year,” general manager and head coach Glenn Clark said. “He was a free agency invite and impressed the coaches from day one. He earned the confidence of the players and coaches and became a big part of the success of our defense.”
Logan, a defensemen from Ohsweken, ON returns to the Black Wolves and NLL for his second year. As a rookie, he appeared in nine contests where he collected 36 loose balls, caused six turnovers and tallied two assists. Logan tied his career-high five loose balls four times and recorded his two assists for the season in the team’s 18-7 victory over the Rochester Knighthawks.
Prior to being picked up by the Black Wolves, the Carleton University graduate competed for the Capital Axemen. With the Axemen he appeared in 11 games, scored one goal and recorded 13 assists. Logan has also competed for the Six Nations Arrows Junior “A” box lacrosse team and the Iroquois Men’s National Team.
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