The Logger Club is dedicated to celebrating and supporting the outstanding efforts and achievements of Puget Sound's student-athletes. Membership is open to  who wish to ensure a quality experience for the more than 500 student-athletes who strive for competitive and academic excellence. The overall success of the Logger athletic prograall thosem can be attributed to the great many sacrifices and hard work put in by our coaches and student-athletes. However, their hard work is complemented by the generous support of alumni, parents, and friends like you.

Your Logger Club gift will go directly to enhance the university's awards and recognition program, provide additional resources for post season participation, and help us meet programmatic needs for equipment and travel. While you do have the opportunity to give directly to a particular sport, all unrestricted gifts allow us to better acknowledge the efforts of all our student-athletes and build toward continued national distinction and prominence for the university.

The Logger Club Board of Directors hopes you will join our efforts to ensure ongoing and future success for Logger Athletics. It truly is a great time to be a Logger!

Always a Logger,
Allison Kalalau '03
President, Logger Club Board of Directors


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For questions regarding the Logger Club, please call 253.879.3140.

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Nate Backes
Seattle, Wash.
Bishop Blanchet HS

Nate Backes went on a tear last week, tallying at least one hit in all four games the Loggers played en route to a 3-1 record and a series sweep of Lewis & Clark. Backes had multiple hits in three of the four games and went 3-for-4 in the series finale against the Pioneers on April 13. In that contest he ripped a double and legged out a triple, falling just a homer short of the cycle. With the base knocks he brought in three RBIs for the Loggers while scoring two himself, accounting for five of the Loggers' 11 runs on the day. In all he tallied eight hits, five runs, and eight RBIs last week, hitting for an even .500 average. Thanks to the hot bat, he leads the Loggers in batting average, RBIs, doubles, homeruns, and is tied for the lead in hits. Backes and the rest of the Puget Sound baseball squad travel to Forest Grove, Ore., for a three-game series at Pacific this season.