Logan Fox - Rifle - University of Kentucky Athletics


  • class Senior
  • High school Shelby County

Totaled a 573.33 average in smallbore, the fifth-best on the team, and a 583.67 average in air rifle, good for sixth-best … Had a combined average of 1157 … Had a 196.08 average in prone, a 187.42 average in standing and a 189.83 average in kneeling … Had the best match of his career vs. Ole Miss on Jan. 23, posting season-bests in smallbore (581) and air rifle (589).

Finished with a 566.8 average in air rifle and a 565.6 average in smallbore … Averaged 97.7 in prone, 91.2 in smallbore and 93.9 in kneeling … Had a season-best 574 in smallbore against Nebraska … Totaled a season-high 572 in air rifle during the NCAA Qualifiers … Had a 571 in air rifle against UT Martin.

Had a solid freshman season, finishing with the ninth-best air rifle average on the team, a 574.7 regular season average … Shooting smallbore for one of the first times in his career, Fox finished 10th on the squad with a 549.1 smallbore average in the regular season … Put up a 570.5 air rifle post-season average … Averaged 1122.8 overall in the combined categories, including regular and post-season scores … Season-high smallbore scored came in his second collegiate match, a 566 against national power Nebraska … Best air rifle score came in a 586 performance against West Virginia.

Prior to UK
Team placed first in air rifle in the 2003-2007 Conference and State Championship … In the 2006-2007 Junior Olympic State Championship … In the 2006-2007 Junior Olympic National Championship … In the 2006 JROTC National Championship … In the 2005-2007 JROTC Regional Championship … Team placed second in air rifle in the 2005 and 2007 JROTC National Championship … Individually won Marine Corps air rifle in the 2005 and 2007 JROTC National Championship … Had the high individual scores in air rifle in two state championships … Attended Shelby County High School … Junior coach was Master Sgt. Gerald Lyons.

Full name is Logan Matthew Fox … Son of Randy and Kathy … Two older sisters Amber (29) and Brittany (25) … Born May 3, 1989.

“Logan has come back full of energy and excitement. He has been training very focused so far this season. Last year he really started to make a move towards reaching some of his goals. This will be is year to really shine. He has shown that he can perform in training and now it is just a matter of putting it all together in the matches. If he keeps his focus and continues to work hard this season we will see some really good numbers from him on a regular basis.” – Head coach Harry Mullins

“Logan has steadily climbed through the ranks during his time at Kentucky. He made some great breakthroughs at the end of last year and it has carried forward to fall training. He has been pushing hard to raise the intensity on the range to keep the team motivated and moving forward.” – Assistant coach Stacy Underwood

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