2013 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Football Team
2014: Saw action in 11 of 12 regular-season games as Houston's punter ... totaled 38 punts for 1,487 yards, an average of 39.1 ... notched a career-long 54-yard punt twice, last coming vs. Tulane ... finished with 11 punts inside the 20 ... had a career-high seven punts for 274 yards in win at Memphis ... tallied six punts for 218 yards in win over Temple ... notched first career 200-yard punting game with five punts for 209 yards vs. UCF ... had four punts for 185 yards in win at USF ... had three punts for 123 yards in win over UNLV ... notched his first career punt in a win over Grambling, which was marked down inside the 20.
2013: Did not serve game action while serving as a backup punter ... joined the program after two years with the Houston baseball program.
High School: Played baseball under head coach Steven Vlasek ... received First Team All-District honors ... also played football for the Hurricanes under head coach Gene Johnson ... helped team to a regional championship ... played summer league baseball as a right-handed pitcher for the Karl Young Baysox under head coach Tony Moore ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... received the Academic Excellence award.
Personal: Full name is Logan Matthew Piper ... born July 10, 1992 in Alexandria, Virginia ... son of Monte and Kathleen Piper ... majoring in accounting.
Logan Piper's Career Bests
Punts: 7, at Memphis (2014)
Punting average: 46.2, at USF (2014)
Long punt: 54, twice, last vs. Tulane (2014)
Rushing Attempts: 1, at SMU (2014)
Rushing Yards: 4, at SMU (2014)