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Logan Kirby
Logan Kirby
Year: Senior
Hometown: Glenelg, Md.
High School: River Hill
Position: 184
Major: Applied Mathematics
House Affiliation: Adams

Senior • 2017-2018
Posted a 4-4 mark at 197 pounds ... Competed in the Franklin & Marshall Open, and four dual matches ... Tallied a 2-2 record in dual matches ... Earned a pin over Maryland's Mansur Abdul-Malik at 1:11 ... Went 2-2 at the Franklin & Marshall Open with back-to-back decision against Army's Gunnar Larson, and Temple's Ernest Tessein. 

Junior • 2016-2017
Tallied a 7-15 record on the season, including a 1-5 mark in dual action … Earned a victory at the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open … Went 2-2 with a pin at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invite … Picked up two wins at the Franklin & Marshall Open … Defeated Columbia’s Michael Bulkin by decision … Picked up a pin at the EIWA Championships over Hofstra’s Nezar Haddad.

Sophomore • 2015-2016
Posted a 4-6 overall record and was 1-1 in dual meets ... Earned four decisions on the year ... Competed at Keystone Classic ... Saw action at the Cliff Keen Invitational ... Placed third at Franklin & Marshall Open, going 3-1 ... Knocked off NC State's Roderick Davis, 5-4.

Freshman • 2014-2015
Went 1-2 during rookie season with major decision ... Won a match at Franklin & Marshall Open. 

Before Harvard
Four-year letterwinner in wrestling and three-year letterwinner in football … Captained both the wrestling and football teams as a senior … Also competed for the Team Penguin Wrestling Club and Maryland National Wrestling Team … 2014 Maryland State Champion and two-time runner up (2012, 2013) … Two-time region champion and three-time county champion … Recognized as an NHSCA All-American three times and received FILA Cadet All-America honors in 2012 … Named all-county three times … Helped River Hill football to two state championships and three region championships … Named Defensive MVP as a senior and was a two-time all-county selection … Set school’s career sacks record with 14.5 … Member of the National Honor Society, Principal’s Honor Rool, Key Club, and served as the Honor Council Vice Chair.

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