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Logan Masters shattered nearly every receiving record in his four seasons as a wide receiver at Wayne State College from 2006-09. All four seasons, the Storm Lake, Iowa native earned All-NSIC honors, starting with honorable mention as a freshman, Second Team All-NSIC as a sophomore and First Team All-NSIC during his junior and senior seasons. Masters helped a Wildcat football turnaround that included a trip to the Mineral Water Bowl in his sophomore season and the NCAA Division II playoffs as a junior. In his sophomore season, Masters had 64 receptions for 1,097 yards while helping WSC to a 7-5 record and a trip to the Mineral Water Bowl where he had a season-best 11 catches for 119 yards in the cold and rain vs. Missouri Western. As a junior, Masters had 80 catches for 1,179 yards and 6 TD’s, becoming the first player in school history to have back-to-back 1,000 yard receiving seasons. Masters closed his career during senior season by setting a then NCAA Division II record by making at least two catches in every collegiate game played (46 games) and he was one of 24 candidates for the Harlon Hill Trophy, given to the top football player in NCAA Division II. Masters closed his career with 258 receptions for 3,863 yards averaging 15.04 yards per catch, all WSC school records. He had 14 100-yard receiving games in his career and currently ranks third all-time in NSIC games career receptions with 207 for 3,118 yards and 20 TD’s while ranking sixth all-time in NSIC receiving yards per game (84.3). Following his playing career, Masters served seven seasons as an assistant coach at Wayne State that included the last two as offensive coordinator, then coached three years as wide receivers coach at Chadron State College before returning to Wayne State College for the 2020 season to be the offensive coordinator under new Wildcat head coach John McMenamin. Logan earned his bachelor’s degree from Wayne State in 2010 majoring in sport management and obtained a master’s degree from Wayne State in 2013 in sport recreation management.