2007 Fall: Played in all four tournaments during the fall and was third on the team with a 74.70 stroke average ... Posted one top-five finish and two among the top-20 ... Tied for third place at the Adams Cup with a three-over par 147 ... Tied for 48th place at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic (15-over par 225) ... Tied for 30th place at the Big 5 Classic (12-over par 154) ... Tied for 19th place at the Georgetown Intercollegiate with an eight-over par 221.
At Santa Clara: Played two years at Santa Clara University in California ... Named the Bronco Student-Athlete of the Week in 2005 ...Helped lead SCU to the Rice Intercollegiate Championship in 2006 ... Started one tournament as a freshman, posting a 75.33 stroke average ... Participated in seven tournaments as a sophomore, finishing the 2006-07 year with a 74.50 scoring average ... Coached by Rob Miller.
High School: Played four years on the varsity team at Bishop Gorman ... Co-captain of his team as a junior and a senior ... Named first team all-state as a junior and senior ... Four-time Nevada Scholar-Athlete Award winner ... Helped lead Bishop Gorman to Nevada State Championship in 2003 and 2003 ... Posted top-10 finishes in the Nevada State Championships in 2002 and 2003 ... Bishop Gorman won the Sunset Regional Championship in 2003 ... A part of the 2003 High School Golf National Championship ... Started every match at Bishop Gorman and carried a 37.5 average for four years ... Holds the Nevada state record for low score (28 in a nine-hole match) ... Coached by George DeFrancesco ... Back-to-back top-10 finishes in the Nevada State Amateur in 2006 and 2007 ...
Personal: Born on December 17, 1986 in Las Vegas, Nevada ...The son of Robyne Townsend and Gary Logan ... Step-father is Randolph Townsend ...Lists having his step-father travel to every college tournament as the most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... Enjoys basketball and extreme kayaking ... Has shaken the hands of four United States presidents ... Lists his step-father and swing coach, Jay Beckman, as the most influential people in his career ... A government major who plans to attend law school ... Lists Tiger Woods as his favorite pro golfer.