Logan Lee
Director of Sales
Logan graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in agricultural leadership & development ('06) and a M.S. in sport management ('08). After graduation, he coached on the basketball staffs at A&M, Kentucky and Paris Junior College. In 2010 Logan started at TexAgs as a basketball and recruiting analyst, but now serves as Director of Sales, along with covering Aggie Basketball. He’s married to Katy (Pounds) Lee, who played at A&M for Gary Blair.
We lost one of the best today... HERE
12 days ago by Logan Lee
Aggies to play Oklahoma State in Brooklyn
Basketball is a lifesaver - Literally
1 mo ago by Logan Lee
Thoughts on MBB adding John Walker III to '17 recruiting class
Thoughts on MBB playing in the Phog in Big 12/SEC Challenge
Texas A&M basketball players talk off-season work, preview 2017
The Texas A&M basketball team had a chance to speak to the media on Friday, and the players discussed their off-season work and plans for next year. Logan Lee spoke to Tyler Davis, Robert Williams and J.J. Caldwell to get their thoughts on all things Aggie Hoops.
News on basketball transfers - incoming and outgoing
On the rumor of Josh Nebo tranferring to A&M (MBB)
Duane Wilson's transfer brings depth, experience to Aggie Hoops
Duane Wilson didn't set the world on fire at Marquette last season, but the veteran brings more than just depth to the table for Billy Kennedy's A&M squad. As a scoring threat, Wilson will compete for playing time and act as a safety net if talented freshmen fail to develop.
Return of Robert Williams bolsters future of Aggie basketball
The immediate prospects for Texas A&M hoops got a lot brighter with the news that Robert Williams will play another season in Aggieland. Between Williams and several newcomers, including two point guards, the roster is rounding out nicely for the Aggies.
Robert Williams to return to Texas A&M for sophomore season
Projected as high as seventh in the 2017 NBA Draft, most assumed Aggie freshman sensation Robert Williams would be one-and-done. The Aggies got a dose of needed good news when Williams decided he will return to Texas A&M for another season.
SEC Tournament Thoughts: Vanderbilt 66, Texas A&M 41
Facing one last chance to earn their way into March Madness with a run through the SEC Tournament, the Aggies came out flat and played perhaps their worst game of the year against the Commodores, putting even an NIT bid at risk.
SEC Tournament: Rd. 2, Vanderbilt
Kentucky game tickets for free
5 mo ago by Logan Lee
Scouting Report: Texas A&M vs. No. 9 Kentucky
Texas A&M traveled to Kentucky earlier this season and got walloped by 42 points. Now, the Wildcats are coming to College Station, and the Aggies are hoping to turn their fortunes around in a big way. Logan Lee took a look at the matchup.
Texas A&M basketball signee and recruits to play in College Station
Five thoughts: Texas A&M 60, Missouri 43
Behind strong performances from Tonny Trocha-Morelos and JC Hampton and steady defense, the Aggies found a way to win another ball game that wasn't pretty. The win improves A&M's NIT chances with the season finale against Kentucky at Reed on tap.
Five Thoughts: Texas A&M 56, Alabama 53
There was nothing pretty about the game the Aggies and Crimson Tide played Saturday at Reed Arena, but with a better second half and solid free throw shooting, A&M found a way to notch the home SEC win.
Locker Room Chat: Tonny Trocha-Morelos on the Alabama win
Tonny Trocha-Morelos came up with the play of the game against Alabama, blocking the Tide's last-gasp three-point attempt with 1.3 seconds remaining. Logan Lee caught up with him after the game to get his thoughts on the win.
Scouting Report: Texas A&M vs. Alabama
Looking at the stat sheet, Texas A&M and Alabama are incredibly similar teams. Both teams depend on solid bench performances to win games and struggle to succeed when only the starters are playing well. Texas A&M will need to exploit its advantage inside to beat the Tide.
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