Luke Logue, a senior at Eden Prairie High School, has been named the Star Tribune's 2022-23 Boys Swimmer of the Year. With an impressive performance throughout the season, Logue claimed his third consecutive title in one event and made a significant breakthrough in another.
Logue dominated in the 200-yard individual medley (IM) with a time of 1:47.32 to clinch his third straight state championship. He also broke through in the 100-yard backstroke with a personal best time of 48.91 seconds, earning him another first-place finish at state.
In addition to his individual victories, Logue played crucial roles on two winning relays for Eden Prairie - helping them secure their second straight team championship.
"It feels amazing to be recognized as the Boys Swimmer of the Year," said Logue. "I couldn't have done it without my teammates and coaches who pushed me every day."
Logue will continue his swimming career at Notre Dame University next fall where he hopes to make an impact on their Division I program.
"I'm excited for this new chapter and ready to work hard towards achieving my goals," added Logue.
The Star Tribune's All-Metro teams will be announced later this month honoring other standout high school athletes from across Minnesota.