For the second time in the last week, Iowa junior point guard Samantha Logic has garnered national recognition.
Logic, a first-team all-Big Ten selection, was named to an honorable mention All-American by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) on Saturday.
The recognition follows a previous honorable mention All-American honor to Logic by the Associated Press back on April 1.
Logic led the Big Ten Conference in assists this past season and was the only player in the country to average 13 or more points, six or more rebounds and seven or more assists. She also led the Big Ten in league-play assists at eight per game and steals at three per contest.
The former high school All-American is most known for collecting a near triple-double every time she steps on the floor. Logic, who was the 18th Iowa player to garner first-team all-Big Ten honors, finished third in the nation in assists per game and captured three triple-doubles. She also averaged 16.3 points, 8.4 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 2.7 steals in the Hawkeyes’ 11 games against ranked foes.
Logic fell just one rebound shy of a triple-double in Iowa’s first-round win over Marist in the NCAA Tournament. She also passed Cara Consuegra as the all-time career assists leader at Iowa earlier this year. Logic is now at 622 career assists, which ranks ninth in league history.