Eden Prairie senior, Luke Logue has been named the Star Tribune's Boys Swimmer of the Year for the 2022-23 season. Logue's impressive performances in multiple events and relays helped him secure this prestigious title.
Logue achieved a remarkable feat by winning his third consecutive state championship in one event - the 500-yard freestyle. He also made a breakthrough by clinching his first-ever state championship in another event - the 200-yard individual medley.
But that wasn't all for Logue as he was also a key contributor to two winning relays at the state meet, including anchoring Eden Prairie's victorious 400-yard freestyle relay team.
"I couldn't be more proud of what I've accomplished over my high school career," said Logue. "Winning three consecutive titles in one event is just unbelievable and being recognized as Swimmer of The Year is truly an honor."
Logue will continue his swimming career at Notre Dame next fall where he hopes to make an impact on their swim team.
"Luke is an outstanding athlete and person," said Notre Dame head coach, Mike Litzinger. "We are thrilled to have him join our program next year and we look forward to seeing what he can achieve at the collegiate level."
Logue joins some elite company as previous winners of this award include Olympians David Plummer and Tom Malchow.
Congratulations to Luke Logue on being named Star Tribune's Boys Swimmer of The Year!