2012-13 Men's Basketball
Logan Wolfrum
Logan Wolfrum
Position: Guard
Logan Wolfrum
HOMETOWNDefiance, Ohio
BIRTH DATEFebruary 28, 1991

Senior (2012-13): Played in 27 games with 27 starts…Averaged 31.8 minutes per game with 859 minutes played…Made 506 points on the year, averaging 18.7 points per game…Shot 157-of-329 (.477) from the field...Shot 56-of-124 (.452) from 3-point range...Shot 136-of-167 (.814) from the free throw line...Collected 151 rebounds (5.6 per game)...24 offensive rebounds...127 defensive rebounds...Had 15 blocks...Made 22 steals...Recorded 94 assists...Had 39 fouls...

Junior (2011-12): Started 25-of-26 games played for Jackets … Led team with 17.4 points, 3.3 assists and 1.1 steals in 32.7 minutes per outing … Also topped Defiance in field goals, three-point field goals and free throws made and attempted … Rated second in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in scoring … Ended among top-10 players in the HCAC in assists, steals, three-pointers made, three-point field goal percentage and minutes played … Set career-highs by shooting 49.0 percent from the field and 41.7 percent from beyond the arc … Was team’s leading scorer in 17 contests … Paced Defiance in assists 15 times and in steals 10 times … Netted a season-high 31 points at Rose-Hulman on December 3 … Went on to average 26.7 points per game on 12-of-16 shooting from downtown in three games against the Engineers … Logged a new career-high with five steals at Hanover on December 10 … Reached double figures in scoring on 21 occasions … Netted 11 performances of at least 20 points … Dished out five-or-more assists in eight contests … Sank five game-winning buckets for Jackets, with all coming inside the Karl H. Weaner Community Center … Shot 55.2 percent during the final five minutes of play throughout the season … Pushed that mark to 80.0 percent in the closing minute of regulation in Defiance victories … Also closed the season on a tear with a 62.5-percent clip from beyond the arc over final six outings … Became the 44th member of DC’s 1,000-point club with 23 points at Franklin on December 17 … Scored 21 points against Rose-Hulman in the HCAC Quarterfinals on February 26 to become the 21st player in DC history to surpass the 1,300-point plateau … Ended junior campaign fourth in program history with 298 assists and 3.73 assists per game … Also ranked eighth all-time at Defiance with an 81.4-percent mark from the charity stripe and ninth with 146 made trifectas … Named to the NCAC/HCAC and Purple and Gold All-Tournament Teams … Honored with seventh HCAC Player-of-the-Week award of career … Selected First-Team All-HCAC.

Sophomore (2010-11): Played in all 25 games and led all DC players with 24 starts during historic sophomore campaign … Became first player in school’s NCAA Division III era to post 500 points, 100 rebounds and 100 assists in a single season … Posted the second-highest point total for a single season in DC’s D-III history with 540 … Led all NCAA Division III freshmen and sophomores in the nation in scoring, ranking 18th overall in the nation … Ranked 33rd in the nation in assists to become one-of-four players to finish among the top-20 in scoring and top-35 in assists …  Led all HCAC players with 21.6 points and 5.3 assists per outing … Those numbers were good for the ninth-best, single-season totals in Defiance history … Finished second among all HCAC players with a 1.8 assist-to-turnover ratio and 36.1 minutes per game … Also ranked among the top-10 in the conference with 36.4-percent clip from long distance, 83.7-percent rate from the free throw line and 4.5 defensive rebounds per contest … Was team’s leading scorer in 17 games and leading assist artist in 24-of-25 outings … Scored at least 10 points in all but one game, with 12 20-point games, four 30-point showings and a pair of 40-point outbursts … Dished out at least five assists 16 times … Logged pair of double-doubles … Set single-game career-highs with 42 points at Ohio Northern on November 23 and with 16 assists in a 92-77 win against Covenant three days earlier … Feasted on the Franklin Grizzlies to the tune of 35.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 6.5 helpers per meeting on 56.1-percent shooting from the field in two victories … Also excelled in non-league affairs by raising numbers to 23.6 points and 5.6 boards per night in seven ballgames … Named to the Lee Pfund Classic All-Tournament Team … Voted as Purple and Gold Tournament Most Valuable Player … Four-time HCAC Player of the Week … Two-time selection to D3hoops.com National Team of the Week … Named First-Team All-HCAC and Third-Team All-Midwest Region.

Freshman (2009-10): Started first eight games of collegiate career at point guard position … Went on to average 24.0 minutes per game, while playing in all 29 contests … Opened career with pair of 20-point outbursts in first two collegiate games … Led Defiance with 53 makes from three-point territory and a 41.1-percent clip from deep … Dished out 80 assists for second on the team … Finished third on squad with 697 minutes, 315 points, 81 defensive rebounds and 14 blocks … Added 29 steals, 56 made free throws and 93 rebounds to rank fourth among all Jackets in those respective statistics … Rated fifth among all HCAC performers in three-point field goal percentage … Also among the league’s top-10 in assists and trifectas made … Reached double figures in scoring 17 times … Dished out five-or-more assists in six games … Shot 44.9 percent from three-point range in DC’s 23 victories … Saw Defiance go 18-3 when attempting at least six field goals … Led team in assists and blocks nine different times … Was Jackets’ leading scorer six times … Also paced DC in steals in six games … Selected as Most Valuable Player of the John Dawson Tournament … Named to D3hoops.com National Team of the Week following that performance … Two-time HCAC Player of the Week … Named to HCAC All-Tournament Team … Selected Honorable Mention All-HCAC.

High School: Local standout athlete from Ayersville High … Lettered twice for head coach Marv Retcher … Two-time First-Team All-Green Meadows Conference player … Two-time All-District VII selection … Named Special Mention All-Ohio as a junior and senior … Voted as 2009 District VII and Crescent-News Player of the Year … Also excelled on the baseball diamond and the golf course, earning First-Team All-GMC accolades in each sport as a senior.

Personal: Son of Jeff and Patti Wolfrum … Grandson of 1975 DC Hall-of-Fame inductee, Charles Krouse, who excelled for the Jackets on the hardwood and tennis courts … Majoring in accounting.


2012-13 Men's Basketball
3 Bernard EdwardsForward
4 Mason RothGuard
10 Travis SchomaekerGuard
12 Jeremy BrowningGuard
13 Tanner PribleGuard
15 D.J. BondsGuard
20 Drew FrizellGuard
21 Clay WalkerGuard
22 Jordan FairGuard
25 Ryan HicksForward
30 Javon GravesGuard
33 Logan WolfrumGuard
35 Marcus DunlapForward
40 Hosie SmithForward
42 Wade WooleyCenter
44 Kent TietjeForward
54 Kris CariusCenter