Logic earns Senior CLASS Award
Add another to Samantha Logic's already impressive list of career achievements.
Logic was selected as the 2014-15 Senior CLASS Award winner in NCAA Division I women's basketball on Friday.
The award is chosen by a nationwide vote of Division I women's basketball coaches, national basketball media and fans.
An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School, the award focuses on the total student-athlete.
"What the Senior CLASS Award entails makes it special because it encompasses everything you've done in college on and off the court and in the classroom," Logic said in a release. "It is such an honor to be recognized for all aspects. Our team does such a great job of staying active in our community, and knowing that we made time to give back to the Iowa City community will stick with me moving forward."
Logic, who is on track to graduate in May with a 3.75 GPA, was an academic All-American and Academic All-Big Ten selection.
Iowa's all-time assist leader and the NCAA's active leader in the category with 898 career assists, Logic was a second-team All-American selection by both ESPN and the United States Basketball Writers Association and was third-team Associated Press All-American pick.
Logic is the only player in NCAA history with at least 1,500 career points, 900 rebounds, 800 assists and 200 steals.
"The Senior CLASS Award is a very special award as it goes to the senior that embodies the entire package," Iowa Head Coach Lisa Bluder said. "Sam has received many awards over the past couple of weeks, but this one is exceptional due to what it stands for. And the fact that the Hawkeye fans were part of this selection also sets it apart."