Alumni Spotlight: Tim Logan '08

Alumni Spotlight: Tim Logan '08

Tim Logan

Graduation Year: 2008

Where are you originally from?
Spotswood, New Jersey

Why did you choose to attend The University of Scranton?
I was attracted to the University by the excellent business school and accounting program along with the opportunity to play soccer.

What degree did you earn at The University of Scranton?

What are you now doing?
I work for the pharmaceutical research and development company of Johnson & Johnson in portfolio management.

When was the last time you touched a soccer ball?
Unfortunately it's have been five-plus years since I have played due to an injury.

What was your most memorable moment as a member of the men's soccer team at Scranton?
Traveling to Europe in the summer of 2007 with team for preseason.  To this day, our team members still reminisce about those two weeks.  It was an incredibly fun experience and something I will never forget.

When was the last time you were back on campus and do you get back often?
I was back on campus in mid-February for the first time in nine years.  So much on campus has changed and it was great to come back and see so many people that I hadn't seen recently.

What is your favorite non-soccer memory from your time at The University of Scranton?
901 Vine, 409 Clay, Oscar's, St. Patty's Day – all great memories with great people

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In a leadership position in my professional career, as well as being a great father and coaching my kids soccer teams.

What is your greatest accomplishment?
For soccer, it was being named the Landmark Conference Offensive Player of the Year.  Professionally, it is receiving a masters in business administration (MBA) from The University of Scranton while working full-time.

What advice would you like to share with current members of the Royals soccer program?
Play every game like it is your last, leave it all out on the field after each and every game.  This will be the highest point in your competitive soccer career and you must take full advantage of it.  I would do anything to go back to put on the jersey and play one more game.