Iowa’s Samantha Logic received honorable mention recognition on the Associated Press All-American women’s basketball team.
Logic, a 5-9 junior guard from Racine, Wis., led the Big Ten Conference in assists (7.6 average). She also scored more than 13 points a game.
She received All-American honors for the first time.
“This is great national recognition for both her and our program,” said UI coach Lisa Bluder said in a statement. “This honor will propel Sam into a terrific senior season.”
Logic becomes the fifth Hawkeye to garner Associated Press All-America honors, joining Amy Herrig (1999), Cara Consuegra (2001), Kachine Alexander (2010, 2011) and Jaime Printy (2011).
Iowa State’s Hallie Christofferson, a 6-3 senior forward from Hamlin, received honorable mention for the second straight season. She finished her career with 1,709 points and 796 rebounds. Christofferson averaged 18.4 points a game.
Iowa finished 27-9 this season. Iowa State went 20-11.
The AP first team features Stanford’s Chiney Ogwumike, Baylor’s Odyssey Sims, UConn’s Breanna Stewart, Notre Dame’s Kayla McBride and Maryland’s Alyssa Thomas.
Category: Iowa Hawkeyes women's basketball