On September 18, 2021, David “Terry” Logue, Class of 1972, was inducted into the Missouri Military Academy (MMA) Hall of Fame for Athletics at the Alumni Recognition and Donor Awards Banquet during MMA Homecoming. The honor recognizes his success in athletics, as well as his character, acting as a visionary who serves as a coach, mentor and developer for those who follow in his footsteps.
A member of the Class of 1972, Logue established himself at MMA within the athletic and activities world — a member of 18 different sports, activities, and clubs including Delta Phi, Fusileers, Swimming, Wrestling, Tennis, and M-Club — with a passion that led to the creation of a long, successful career in athletics.
Receiving his degree from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, Terry’s love for sports never waned. His experience and influence included roles in college coaching, sports writing and public relations, as well as photographer and radio play-by-play announcer. Early in his career Logue served the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Westminster College, respectively, as information director. His extensive career at Westminster included serving as director of athletics, associate director of athletics/assistant professor of physical education. He established the Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame, and established Westminster’s first student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC) and a chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma, the National College Athlete Honor Society.
During his tenure as athletics director, seven coaches earned conference coach of the year honors and won 20 conference titles, with men's soccer and tennis, and women's tennis and baseball teams making first-ever NCAA tournament appearances. They earned national accolades, including the school's first-ever CoSida Academic All-American, an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipient, and a CoSida Post-Graduate Scholarship winner. Westminster also received several grants from the NCAA and was recognized by the NADIIIAA for community service because of Terry’s hard work and dedication.
His leadership career in athletics spanned more than 40 years. Terry was inducted into the Westminster Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015 and the SLIAC Hall of Fame in 2016. Now in 2021, he joins the Missouri Military Academy Hall of Fame, as well.
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