Westminster College Athletics Director Retires
FULTON - Former Westminster athletics director Terry Logue has announced his retirement from athletics on Friday. Logue had served as associate athletics director, sports information director and instructor of sports management. His retirement will be effective August 31.
However, Logue will continue to work in a position as alumni relations/annual fund manager at his high school, Missouri Military Academy.
Logue, a 1976 graduate of Westminster, worked in sports reporting, coaching, sports media relations and play-by-play broadcasting, retail management, and institutional public relations. Logue joined the Westminster athletic staff in 1995. He served as Westminster's first full-time sports information director and radio play-by-play voice for Blue Jay football prior to being named director of athletics in 1998.
Logue was Westminster's director of athletics from 1998 to 2004 during which he oversaw the reorganization and doubling of the staff. Logue's six years as athletic director were extremely productive and one of the most successful periods for Blue Jay teams and student-athletes since Westminster joined the NCAA in the early 1990s.
Blue Jay teams quickly became competitive under his watch and four teams advanced to NCAA tournament play for the first time in school history. Seven coaches who joined under Logue's tenure guided their teams to 21 conference titles and each earned coach of the year honors. Westminster's student-athlete population not only grew under Logue, but flourished. Westminster student-athletes were recognized for the school's first ever CoSida Academic All-Americans, an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipient, and a CoSida Post-Graduate Scholarship winner.
In 2004 Logue stepped down as director of athletics. He continued to serve as associate director of athletics, sports information director and instructor of sports management.