Logan Stanley
Logan Stanley(he/him/his)
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Logan Stanley expects to graduate in December 2023 with a master’s degree in sports journalism. Stanley has interned as a podcast producer for The Arizona Republic and as a reporter at The Olympian.

Latest from Logan Stanley

Second to run: NAU cross-country men, women finish as runners-up in NCAA championships

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Northern Arizona men’s and women’s cross-country teams came in second place at the NCAA Championships. Although that is an impressive feat, the teams came into the meet entered No. 1 in the nation and were trying to pull off a historic sweep.

Running toward history: NAU women’s and men’s teams eye monumental sweep at NCAA Cross Country Championships

PHOENIX – Northern Arizona University seeks to become the first school since 2004 to sweep the men’s and women’s races at the NCAA Cross Country Championships this upcoming weekend at Panorama Farms in Charlottesville, Virginia.

NAU Women's cross country team.

Pancake blocks to pancake stacks: Eating ‘a chore’ for offensive linemen in complex relationship with football, food

PHOENIX — Throughout their football careers, offensive linemen are told to eat as much food as possible to keep up the bulk necessary to fend off defenders. It can make eating another meal a chore and affect players long after their career ends.

Former Washington Redskin offensive lineman Tre Johnson frequently takes a 3-mile walk around the track during his break from teaching at Landon School in Bethesda, Maryland. He once weighed over 400 pounds. (Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

ASU sprinter Justin Robinson’s road to redemption ends in gold at the World Athletics Championships

TEMPE — Justin Robinson, a junior on the Arizona State track and field team, just captured two gold medals at the World Athletics Championships. Gold medals are always special, but it is especially sweet for Robinson, who went four years without recording a personal best in his signature event.

USA Track & Field team holding American flag.

Hold my ax: NAU women’s cross-country team gaining national recognition

FLAGSTAFF – The NAU men’s cross-country team has built a dynasty with six national titles in seven years. Now the women are starting to build something special themselves as they are currently ranked No. 2 in the nation.

NAU women's cross-country runners running.

NAU men’s cross-country team begins historic NCAA title defense as season opens in Flagstaff

FLAGSTAFF – The NAU men's cross country team began its quest to defend its NCAA title at the George Kyte Classic. The Lumberjacks look to win their fourth consecutive national championship, something only two other colleges have done.