As a redshirt freshman (2018): Transferred to Maryland in summer of 2017.
As a freshman at Syracuse (2017): Redshirt season.
High School: Named First Team All-USA Today in 2016... Earned Under Armour All-American honors following senior season... Finalist for the C. Markland Kelly Award ... Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year in 2016... Recognized as the 2016 Baltimore Messenger Lacrosse Player of the Year... Named All-Metro and All-Conference MIAA "A" in 2016... Led team with 97 points on 60 goals and 37 assists during senior season... Finished seventh all-time in career points at Boys Latin with 108 goals and 80 assists ... Helped Boys Latin win the National Championship in 2014 ... Also finished as the all-time leader in passing yards as QB for football team... Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Full name is Logan Andrew Wisnauskas ... Son of Trent and Julie... Has one brother, Blake... Father played lacrosse for Salisbury and won the National Championship in 1994 ... pretended to be Paul Rabil as a kid.
Why Maryland: "It is a tremendous opportunity to get a great education and play lacrosse at the highest level possible collegiately. It is a blessing to be able to play for my home state only 30 minutes away from where I grew up."