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story.lead_photo.caption Terry Logue, left, was inducted Sept. 18 into the Missouri Military Academy Alumni Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement in athletics on the Academy campus in Mexico, Missouri. Photo by Submitted by Terry Logue

Terry Logue was inducted Sept. 18 into the Missouri Military Academy Alumni Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement in athletics on the Academy campus in Mexico, Missouri.

Logue is a retired Westminster and St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference administrator and publicist.

He enrolled at the Missouri Military Academy in 1968. He was a four-year member of the Corps of Cadents where he established himself within athletics, academics and several different activities.

Logue was a member of over 20 different sports, activities, and clubs including Delta Phi, Fusileers, Glee Club, Military Police, Swimming, Tennis, M-Club and Cadet Battalion Adjutant. His passion led to the creation of a long, successful career in athletics.

During his year's at Westminster College, he earned varsity tennis letters and served as intramural sports editor for the student newspaper. His experience, passion and influence led him to roles in college coaching, public address announcing, sports writing and public relations, as well as photography and radio play-by-play announcing.

When he first started out, Logue was the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Westminster College as an information director. During that time he also edited the SLIAC History and Records Book from 1990-2006.

Looking at his career at Westminster, he server as director of athletics, associate director of athletics/assistant professor of physical education, he taught courses in sports management and sports sociology and history. He established the Westminster Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame and a chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma, the National College Athlete Honor Society.

During his time as the athletics director, seven coaches earned conference coach of the year honors and won 20 conference titles, with men's soccer and tennis, women's tennis and the baseball teams made their first ever NCAA tournament appearances. Westminster student-athletes earned national accolades, including the school's first ever CoSida Academic All-American, an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipient, and a CoSida Post-Graduate Scholarship winner. Westminster also received several grants from the NCAA and was recognized by the NADIIIAA for community service.

Logue was inducted into the Westminster Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015 and the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Hall of Fame in 2016. His recent induction into the Missouri Military Academy Alumni Hall of Fame recognizes his lifetime achievement within his 40-year athletics career.

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