NEW ORLEANS - Ashland track and field coach Jud Logan, in his 15th year with the Eagles, won his second career National Men’s Indoor Coach of the Year honor after his team captured the national title this past weekend in Pittsburgh, Kan. It was the program’s first national title in school history during indoors. Behind the strength of his throwing unit, along with sprinter Myles Pringle, the group’s 4×400 relay clinched the title on the last race of the evening, giving Ashland a one-point victory over No. 1 Adams State.
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Logan coached the GLIAC Runner of the Year and the Field Athlete of the Year, and had six scoring athletes at the indoor national meet, which included one individual national title. His squad finished runner up at the GLIAC Indoor Championships.
He also won the award in 2009.