Terry Logue, a 1976 graduate and former tennis letterman at Westminster College, joined the athletic staff in 1995, first as Sports Information Director and radio voice of Blue Jay football, and then as Director of Athletics. He was Director of Athletics for six years before moving into an Associate Athletic Director/Assistant Professor position, teaching courses in sports management, sports sociology and sports history. He served a term as St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) President and as a member of the NCAA Division III Budget Committee, and held membership in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), the National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA), the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSida), and the National Association of Sports Public Address Announcers (NASPAA).
Logue put together the foundation of the current Blue Jay athletic department, doubling staff size and heading up the renovation of the field sport facilities, including the installation of lights and irrigation. He was responsible for the creation of Westminster's booster clubs and Athletics Hall of Fame. He established the first student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC) and founded the school’s chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma (National College Athlete Honor Society). During his tenure as athletics director, seven of the coaches he hired earned conference coach of the year honors and guided their teams to 20 conference titles, with the men’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and baseball teams making their first-ever NCAA tournament appearances. Blue Jay athletes earned national accolades, including the school’s first-ever CoSida Academic All-American, an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipient, and a CoSida Post-Graduate Scholarship winner. Additionally, Westminster received a series of educational enhancement grants from the NCAA and was recognized by the NADIIIAA for community service.
Logue was active nationally, regularly representing Westminster at the NCAA and NACDA Conventions, and he assisted with the lobbying for passage of national legislation, including a proposal to grant all eligible NCAA Division III conferences an automatic bid to national tournaments in sports that met the criteria. His work on behalf of the SLIAC did not go unnoticed. Logue, who served as SLIAC Information Director from 1993-2000 and edited the SLIAC History and Records book from 1992-2006, was inducted into the SLIAC Hall of Fame in 2016.