Logan Martin begins her fifth year as an assistant coach and first under Trent May after a storied career at Southern Nazarene. Martin was a three-time NAIA All-American as she was a first team choice as a junior, a second team selection as a senior and earned third team honors as a freshman. She was also a four-time All-Sooner Athletic Conference selection and was named first team three times.
Martin became just the second player in school history to record at least 1,500 points, 600 assists and 500 rebounds. She finished her career with 1,815 points, 620 assists and 573 rebounds. After her career she stood ninth all-time in school history in points scored, fourth in assists, third in 3-point field goals made (184), fourth in free throws made and fifth in 3-point field goal percentage (39.7).
For a long stretch to start the 2010-11 season, Martin led the NAIA in 3-point field goal percentage and ended the season shooting 46.6 percent from beyond the arc. That mark was the fourth best percentage in school history as she was second in the NAIA and led the SAC.
Martin is no stranger to successful programs at SNU. Over the course of four years, the Crimson Storm went 92-39 with Martin on the team. Southern Nazarene went to three national tournaments and won the 2011 SAC Tournament Championship. She is also the daughter of SNU Director of Athletics Bobby Martin, who also holds the school’s career record in men’s basketball for most wins at 336.
Martin graduated from Southern Nazarene in 2012 with a bachelor’s in sport management. She has a son named Wyatt.
Assistant Coach | Strength & Conditioning
Cooper, begins his third year as the Strength and Conditioning Coach and as an Assistant Coach with women's basketball. He was a standout athlete at Monte Vista Christian School in Watsonville, California. He played football, basketball, and baseball all four years and was All-Monterey Bay League First Team choice in football and basketball as a senior. He earned a 4.1 GPA and was apart of the National Honor Society.
He attended San Diego State University and graduated in a bachelor's degree in business entrepreneurship. At SDSU he played basketball under legendary coach Steve Fisher. During those years the team won three Mountain West Regular Season Championships, made four NCAA Tournament Appearances, and one Sweet Sixteen Appearance.
In July of 2015 he opened Iron Mill Performance in Edmond, Oklahoma. His gym focused specifically on Sports Performance for High School and College athletes. He also established Iron Mill Barbell Club for Olympic Weightlifting in the greater Oklahoma City area. He is certified as a Performance Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also certified through USAW United States of America Weightlifting as a Level 1 Sports Performance Coach and a Club Coach.
Last year he served as SNU's Strength and Conditioning Coach for the women's basketball program and also helped in film breakdown and on the court skill work with post players.
He is originally from Gilroy, California, and now resides in Bethany.