Henry Logan Obituary Death -Henry Logan received recognition from the Western Carolina University Athletics Hall of Fame for his accomplishments in men’s basketball, a sport in which he was a pivotal player for the university. The members of the Catamount Athletics department and the community at Western Carolina University were overwhelmed with a great degree of sadness on Wednesday when they learned about Logan’s demise.
Logan had passed away the previous day. On the basketball court at WCU, Logan established milestones that may never be exceeded, making him a pioneer in the sport and one of the university’s most recognized student-athletes in its long and illustrious history as an institution. During his time at WCU, basketball was consistently ranked as one of the most popular games played by students and faculty at the university.
Henry Logan was one of the student-athletes who helped break down the color barrier, and he will be remembered for a very long time because of the part he played in breaking down the barrier. Because of the role he played in breaking down the barrier, Henry Logan will be remembered. He was the first athlete of African American descent to ever compete at an institution in the Southeastern United States that had a predominately white student body. It is quite unlikely that anyone else will ever be able to leave behind a legacy that can compete with his. It’s always potential that things will get even worse. I would want to raise a glass in celebration of a life that has been lived to the fullest extent of one’s capabilities.