Former softball players Amanda Daniel Wallace and Kim Woodard Logan were inducted into the LaGrange College Sports Hall of Fame as part of Homecoming 2019.
Amanda Daniel Wallace was a three-year letterman as a pitcher. She was a three-time Great South Athletic Conference All-Conference selection and on the GSAC All-Freshman team. She ranks in the top 10 in nine school individual season pitching categories – lowest earned run average 0.82 (first), wins 16 (tied for second) and strikeouts 130 (first). Wallace ranks in the top 10 in seven school career categories – lowest earned run average 1.66 (first), wins 45 (second), strikeouts 375 (first) and shutouts 16 (first). She graduated in 2008 from LC with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biochemistry and earned a master's in physician assistant studies from Medical College of Georgia in 2011. Wallace is employed as a physician assistant with the Athens Orthopedic Clinic in Athens, Georgia. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Physician Assistants in Orthopedic Surgery and the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants. Wallace has been a lecturer at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and had an article, "Managing the Aftermath of Prostate Cancer," published in the March 2011 issue of Clinical Advisor.
Kim Woodard Logan was a four-year letterman at shortstop for the Panthers. She was the Great South Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 2007 and Freshman of the Year in 2004. Logan was a four-time GSAC All-Conference selection, a two-time USCAA All-American and on the All-Atlantic Region teams another three times. Part of three GSAC championship teams as a player and as a coach, she ranks in the top 10 in nine school individual season hitting categories including batting average .424 (eighth), runs scored 43 (eighth) and RBIs 45 (tied for sixth). She ranks in the top 10 in 11 school career categories, including batting average .393 (third), runs scored 150 (third), hits 211 (second) and RBIs 122 (second). Logan graduated from LC in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a masters in Education in 2010. She was the softball graduate assistant coach for two years before becoming the Maryville College head coach for four years. She serves as the special education self-contained ABA teacher at Martin Elementary School in Hall County (Georgia) and head junior varsity coach and assistant varsity coach for softball at Cherokee Bluff High School.