Logan Places Third at 2018 Chiro Games

December 18, 2018 -- In late October, nearly 600 chiropractic student athletes from around the country gathered in Cocoa Beach, Florida, to compete in the annual Chiro Games, ultimately vying for the coveted Chiro Cup.  Ninety students represented Logan by displaying exceptional teamwork and sportsmanship in bowling, men’s basketball, ultimate frisbee, men’s and women’s soccer, flag football, softball, volleyball, and men’s and women’s golf.

Tyler Gunderson, Trimester 1 student, has been an avid golfer since age four. Coming to Logan, he knew he wanted to participate in the Chiro Games but was disappointed to learn Logan’s golf team was inactive. After some discussion with Robert Powell, director of sports and activities, and with the help of his friends, who happened to be Division I golfers, Tyler hosted tryouts and got the team up and running again. 

The men’s golf team took home a gold medal, and Logan student Zach Cutler earned the title of top overall male golfer. The women’s golf team earned a silver medal, and Logan took third place overall in golf. “Everyone played very well. I am so proud of this team, and it was an honor to serve as the team captain,” Tyler said. “It’s also nice to have a foundation for the club going forward. I’m already looking forward to coming back as the defending champs at next year’s games.”

Sarah-Jane (SJ) Pavlik, Trimester 7 student, served as the beach volleyball team captain at this year’s Chiro Games, overseeing logistics such as tryouts, practices and jerseys. “As the team captain, I was also the encourager for my team,” SJ said. “I made sure I always had a positive attitude and tried to be the best teammate I could.” 

The team went undefeated on the first day, but SJ kept everyone’s spirits high when they were eliminated on the second day. They even went as a team to cheer on Logan’s soccer team, who was playing for third place, and learned the team’s goalie had injured her hand. 

“Two of my friends started yelling for me to get in the goal,” SJ explained. “I thought they were joking because I hadn’t played soccer since I was five years old.” But, being a good sport and positive teammate, she put on a jersey and got in the goal. The soccer team won the game and took home third place. “It was a crazy experience, to say the least. I had a ton of fun, but I don’t think soccer is in my cards any time in the future,” SJ joked. 

Similarly, Natalie Hydock, Trimester 7 student and member of the Ultimate Frisbee team, stepped in to play softball when the team unexpectedly needed another player. Natalie played competitive softball from third grade through her senior year of high school, always playing third base. In this game, however, she jumped in as catcher, helping the team win the game and ultimately take third place overall.  

“I loved playing softball when I was younger, so it was great to be able to again use a skill set that I spent so much time and effort developing,” Natalie said. 


2018 Chiro Games Results: Logan University

Overall: 3rd Place

Gold Medal: 

  • Men’s Golf

Silver Medal: 

  • Bowling
  • Flag Football
  • Women’s Golf

Bronze Medal:

  • Men’s Soccer
  • Women’s Soccer
  • Softball
  • Ultimate Frisbee


Logan Finishes 4th at 2016 Chiro Games


Logan University recently competed in the 2016 Chiro Games, an annual competition featuring participants from chiropractic schools across the United States and Canada, and finished fourth overall while placing in several team events.

A special congratulations goes out to the Running team who finished first, the Women's Basketball team who finished second, the Flag Football teams who finished second and third, the Men's Soccer team who finished third, the Beach Volleyball team who finished third, the Ultimate Frisbee team who finished third and the Swimming team who tied for fourth.

Congratulations to all of the students who represented Logan!






Chiro Games Tailgate - November 2nd, 2016


Help send off all of the Logan athletes heading to the 2016 Chiro Games!

A tailgate will be held at Logan's Athletic Field and Pavilion on Wednesday, November 2nd between 7pm and 9pm.

The event will feature food, drinks, yard games and an opportunity to wish Logan's athletes the best as they prepare to compete.

Recap of the 2015 Chiro Games


Six teams from Logan recently traveled to Cocoa Beach, Florida to compete in the 2015 Chiro Games. Logan participated in soccer, golf, football, basketball, softball and sand volleyball.

Congratulations to the soccer team which finished second overall and the football team which placed fourth overall! Logan golfers Michael Suplicki and Joel Ardner each placed third in individual play.

Thank you to all the athletes and administration who helped make this year's Chiro Games a successful experience!

Register Now to Participate in the 2015 Chiro Games!



The 2015 Chiropractic Games will be played in Cocoa Beach, FL, beginning Saturday, October 31st, and will conclude with championship games on Sunday, November 1st, on the “Space Coast.” 

The games will feature 11 sports (including co-ed competition in beach volleyball, softball, running, tennis, hockey, table tennis, golf and swimming). Men’s sports include, flag football, soccer, and basketball, while women’s sports include soccer and basketball.

The registration deadline is fast approaching on October 1st. If you are interested in attending this event or have questions, please contact Robert Powell at 636-230-1804 or via email at Robert.Powell@logan.edu.

Logan Heads to the Chiro Games

Good luck to all of the students representing Logan at the Chiro Games in Cocoa Beach, Florida this weekend! The games are November 1st and 2nd and will feature students competing in a variety of sports and activities from many of the chiropractic schools.

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