Logan Feasline

Logan  Feasline


Saint Maries, Idaho

High School:
Saint Maries


Discus | Hammer | Javelin

Personal-Best Marks – Discus Throw: 173’3” | Javelin Throw: 191’8” | Shot Put: 52’0¼”

SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2016-17: Earned all-conference honors in the discus throw after placing third at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships...registered a team-leading, career-best throw of 171’2” at that meet...added top-three finishes in that event at the Air Force Twilight Open (second, 170’0”) and Johnson/Joyner Kersee Invitational (third, 170’3”)...competed in the javelin throw four times...posted a personal-best distance of 191’8” to finish fifth at the Air Force Twilight Open...participated in the shot put during seven indoor meets...recorded a career-best toss of 52’0¼” to take third at the season-opening Air Force Holiday Open...won that event at the Adams State Qualifier (50’5½”).

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2015-16: Competed in four throwing events...used a career-best distance of 169’9” to finish sixth in the discus throw at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships...that throw was ranked second on the team in 2016...placed within the top 10 during all five appearances in that event...competed in the shot put three times during the outdoor season...registered an outdoor-best distance of 46’7½” at the Michael Johnson Classic...also threw the javelin (career-best of 174’2” at the Air Force Twilight Open) and hammer throw (career-best 134’7” at the Aztec Invitational) twice...competed in the shot put during seven indoor meets...posted a personal-best distance of 49’11¾” at the Rocky Mountain Classic.

HIGH SCHOOL: Saint Maries High School...Idaho 2A state champion in the discus throw as a senior...set a state 2A record of 180’2” to win the state title...finished second in that shot put at that meet...placed second in the discus and third in the shot put at the 2014 state championships...2015 Pasco champion in the discus...runner-up in that event in 2014...named SMHS Male Athlete of the Year...also earned varsity letters in football and basketball.

PERSONAL: Son of Mark and Kelly Feasline...both parents competed in collegiate athletics (father played football and threw at Mount Union College and Ohio University, mother was a member of the throwing team at Ohio University)...has three older siblings (two sisters, one brother)...one sister played basketball at Maryville University, while brother plays football at Montana Western University...majoring in systems engineering, human factors...future plans include competing for the Air Force World Class Athlete Program...served as PEER...hobbies include hunting, fishing, sports and camping...served as a firefighter while in high school...Eagle Scout...completed Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) over the summer...also coached at Ironwood...member of Cadet Squadron 23.

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