Logan LaBerge
Logan LaBerge
Title: Assistant Coach
Phone: 540-458-8677
Email: labergel@wlu.edu
Logan LaBerge is in his second season as an assistant swimming coach at Washington and Lee University.

In his first campaign, the women’s program finished with an 8-1 overall record and claimed its eighth consecutive conference title. The men’s squad also recorded an 8-1 record and won the inaugural ODAC Championship. Both the women and men’s teams had 18 individuals garner all-conference laurels. Emily Rollo ‘17 was named Swimmer of the Year, Kira Tomenchok ’18 tabbed Rookie of the Year honors and Stephanie Foster ‘16 received her second straight ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the women. On the men’s side, Tommy Thetford ’18 was selected as the Rookie of Year.

LaBerge came to W&L from Mount Union, where he served as the assistant swimming coach for the last two seasons.  He helped the Purple Raiders’ men’s and women’s teams to second-place finishes in the Ohio Athletic Conference both years, while helping the teams break 22 school records and four conference records combined over the two seasons.

Prior to his time at Mount Union, LaBerge was a student assistant coach at Miami (Ohio) from 2010-12, helping the women’s team to third-place finishes in the MAC in 2011 and 2012.  LaBerge also served as a swim counselor at the Total Performance Swim Camp in Gambier, Ohio (2012) and at the Longhorn Swim Camp (2013-14) in Austin, Texas.  He was also an assistant coach for the Padonia Park Club in Cockeysville, Md., from 2003-10.

LaBerge earned a bachelor of arts in psychology from the College of Wooster in 2010 and a master of science in sports studies from Miami in 2012.  While at Wooster, he was a four-year letterwinner for the swimming team, serving as a team captain for his senior season.