Logie’s guys crashed out in the second round. He did however become the first D3 coach in history to acheive 100 wins within his first four seasons. Logie also won his 3rd Coach of the Year award in four seasons in charge. Obviously, he benefited from taking over a successful program (his predecessor was just named Big Sky COY after leaving Whitworth for Eastern Washington), but still nothing to sneeze at. I really like the idea of Lehigh (and it’s coaches) developing enough tradition and success to have a real coaching tree. It would be nice if/when Reed leaves there are a number of qualified coaches with Lehigh connections interested in the job.