Three-time all-West Coast Lacrosse League defender and midfielder Logan Salcuni was named to the Humboldt Lacrosse team after the 2022 Alumni Game.
Salcuni, who played from 2016-2019, was an obvious choice to be elected into the Hall after completing an incredible career with Humboldt Lacrosse that saw the one-time long pole defender switching his senior year to midfield and dominating at his new position.
“I don’t have many words, but I appreciated the opportunity to play for the Hogs. I enjoyed every minute of it and I’m glad I’m here, joining these men with this honor,” Salcuni said at the post-game celebration at Arcata Veterans Hall.
In a season for the ages, Logan put the team on his back in 2019, and dragged them into the playoffs. By year’s end, the 6-foot-2 middie from Tamalpais led the team in goals, ground balls, face-offs and points overall. In the Hogs’ opening-round playoff loss, Logan scored three goals and an assist, besides being the team’s main face-off man.
Salcuni was named to the Hall after a three-year gap, but was elected by one of the most legendary Hall of Fame committees of all time, including team Founders James Kircher and John Mahoney; and two of three Humboldt’s all-American players with Dan Balok and Cole Alyward in attendance.