Last week, Logan Wisnauskas '16 (pictured right) was the recipient of the Tewaaraton Award (see picture below), given every year to the best college lacrosse player. (This award is similar to college football's Heisman Trophy.) This marks the second time in four years that a BL Laker has won the award. Pat Spencer '15 won it in 2019. In addition, Logan was named the winner of the Lt. Raymond Enners Award, given annually to the NCAA's most outstanding player in men's college lacrosse. The award is presented by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) and is named after 1st Lt. Raymond J. Enners, who attended the United States Military Academy, class of 1967, and was killed while serving in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. Pat Spencer won the award in 2019.
This past season Logan finished second in the nation in points per game (5.94) and goals per game (3.44) for the University of Maryland. After putting up four points in the NCAA Final, for a total of 103 points in 2022, he finished his Maryland career with at least one point in all 75 of his NCAA games.