Luke Logue, a senior at Eden Prairie High School, has been named the 2022-23 Boys Swimmer of the Year by the Star Tribune. This is an impressive accomplishment for Logue, who will be attending Notre Dame University to continue his swimming career.
Logue had an outstanding season as he achieved a three-peat in one event and broke through in another. Additionally, he played key roles in two winning relays that contributed to his selection as this year's top boys swimmer.
The standout swimmer from Eden Prairie made history when he won the 100-yard butterfly for the third consecutive year at Minnesota State Swimming Championships. It was an incredible feat that showcased his talents and consistency.
In addition to his success in butterfly event, Logue had a breakthrough performance this season in another event -the 200-yard individual medley (IM). He finished first with a time of 1:48.19 seconds which was almost six seconds faster than his previous best time.
Logue also played important roles on two winning relay teams; anchoring both squads to victory with strong finishes that helped seal their victories.
When asked about receiving this prestigious honor, Luke credited his teammates and coaches for their support throughout the season:
"I couldn't have done it without my teammates pushing me every day in practice and my coaches guiding me along the way."
With numerous accolades already under his belt, including being named All-State four times since ninth grade and breaking multiple school records at Eden Prairie High School during his career there, it seems clear that Luke Logue has a bright future ahead of him both academically and athletically at Notre Dame University.
Congratulations to Luke on being named Star Tribune's Boys Swimmer of The Year!