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Logan Brown Signs with Purdue...
Brown Wrestles in Vegas...

Logan Brown at Purdue
2007-08 MATCHES
11/04/07 - Eastern Michigan...
11/17/07 - ACC/Big Ten Clash...
12/02/07 - Cliff Keen Las Vegas...
12/16/07 - Mount St. Joseph...
12/30/07 - Midland Tournament...
01/04/08 - Rider and Drexel...
01/18/08 - Air Force...
01/20/08 - Wendy's Duals...
01/25/08 - Michigan Dual...

02/03/08 - Ohio State Dual...
02/08/08 - Indiana Dual...
03/08/08 - Big 10 Championships...
03/20/08 - NCAA Championships...

2008-09 MATCHES
11/01/08 - Eastern Michigan...
11/15/08 - Boilermaker Challenge...
12/06/08 - Cliff Keen Las Vegas...
12/29/08 - Midlands...
01/30/09 - Illinois Dual...
02/08/09 - Ohio State Dual...
03/11/08 - Big 10 Championships...
03/20/09 - NCAA Championships...
03/28/09 - All-Academic Big Ten...

2009-10 MATCHES
11/07/09 - Eastern Michigan...
11/14/09 - Northwestern Duals...
12/05/09 - Cliff Keen Las Vegas...
12/20/09 - Purdue Duals...
12/30/09 - Midlands...
01/03/10 - ODU Duals...
01/16/10 - Wendy's Duals...
03/07/10 - Big 10 Championships...
03/20/10 - NCAA Championships...
04/01/10 - Academic All-American...

2010-11 MATCHES
12/04/10 - Cliff Keen Las Vegas...
01/15/11 - Wendy's Duals...
03/18/11 - NCAA Championships...
04/29/11 - Brown Wins MMA Fight...

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LOGAN BROWN...A CAREER OF LEGEND

2006 STATE COVERAGE...
Logan Brown Wins State Title...
Logan Brown, more than a state champ...
Tom Barbee, 31 years worth the wait...

Logan Brown became the first state champion in school history by winning the 189 pound class in 2006.

It was March 4th, 2006 in the state final at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus. Logan Brown was in complete control of Jeremy Stevens of Ashland Crestview, leading 9-2 as the final second ticket off the clock. At the moment he rose to his feet to celebrate, he stamped his place as the first wrestler in school history to win a state championship.

"It's an awesome feeling to be the first state champion in school history," said Logan at the time. "I can't even describe how good this feels."

Logan's high school career was one of legend. He finished as a three-time state qualifier, two-time state placer, a state champion and with a career record of 179-22.

Still, his career was one filled with adversity along the way. He always had a nemesis or two to overcome.

As a freshman and sophomore, he never could defeat Eric Wright from Tri-County North - a wrestler two years his elder and one who placed third at state.

"That really motivated Logan," said former two-time state qualifier and good friend Mike Stephan. "Each time he wrestled Wright he got closer, but never beat him. It was the best thing for Logan because it made him that much more determined."

As a junior Logan missed on one shot attempt against two-time state champion Spender Dye of Sandusky St. Mary's - a mistake that likely cost Logan a state championship that season. Brown eventually placed third as Dye went on to repeat as state champ.

But through it all Logan remained focused on his goals.

"I remember after he failed to qualify for state as a freshman he came to us with a three-year plan," said Logan's father Randy Sargent said as Logan competed in the state meet in 2005. "He said he was going to make it to state as a sophomore, then place as a junior, and win it all as a senior."

The ultimate goal was realized in 2006 as Logan steamrolled throughout the season with 52 wins without a loss - capping the memorable run with a dominating performance at the state championships, where he didn't allow a single offensive point to another wrestler.

"Logan was always such a determined kid," said Covington coach Tom Barbee after Logan won his title. "Even as a sophomore we would ask him to wrestle up a weight class to give him better competition and he was always willing to do that. We'd tell him we wanted him to move up and wrestle a state placer and Logan would be like, Let's Go."

Brown took the same drive and determination to Purdue University, where he would become a four-time NCAA qualifier and earned Academic All-American status.

Along the way he wrestled the best, beat the best and stamped his name as one of the elite wrestlers in Purdue history - recording 109 career wins and 335 career takedowns. He was ranked in the top 2 in the nation his freshman and sophomore seasons and in the top 10 in the nation as a junior and senior.

He has a win via pin over the 2010 NCAA Champion Max Askren of Missouri and has beaten several All-Americans as well. He has faced NCAA Champions Jake Varner of Iowa State, Phil Davis of Penn State, Dustin Kilgore of Kent State, as well as NCAA Runner-up Craig Brester of Nebraska.

In 2011 he was inducted into the Covington Athletic Hall of Fame.

LOGAN BROWN HALL-OF-FAME BIO:
Logan Brown established himself as one of the top athletes in school history, lettering in football and wrestling in all four years and lettering in baseball as a freshman. On the football field Logan was a four-year starter and part of three state playoff teams. He earned all-conference recognition in his junior and senior seasons, first-team in the district and second-team all-state. He set numerous single season and career marks in wrestling, but established his legend by becoming Covington's first state wrestling champion with a 52-0 record in 2006. Logan also placed at state (3rd) as a junior and qualified for state as a sophomore. He went on to wrestle for four years at Purdue University, where we stamped his name as one of the premier wrestlers in school history by qualifying four times for the NCAA Championships. Logan was also a three-time academic Big ten selection and was named twice to the National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Academic Team. He rankes 11th in Purdue history with 109 career wins and 6th with 335 career takedowns. Logan was also ranked in the top 20 in the nation as a freshman and sophomore and in the top ten in the nation as a junior and senior.

Logan Brown celebrates with coach Tom Barbee after claiming a state championship in 2006.