The Associated Press released their All-American teams on Tuesday, and Iowa senior point guard Sam Logic was named to the third team.
Logic averaged 13.4 points per game along with 8.1 assists and 7 rebounds per game, had nearly two steals per game, and shot 48 percent from the floor. Her 8.1 assists per game was good for third in the nation, and she leaves Iowa as the all-time assists leader.
She was joined on the third-team by Maryland’s Lexie Brown, Jillian Alleyne of Oregon, A’ja Wilson from South Carolina, Ruth Hamblin of Oregon State, and Reshanda Gray from California.
Logic was jumped by Ohio State freshman Kelsey Mitchell, who made it on to the second team.
Logic was named to the All-America preseason team, was recognized by the Big Ten for the fourth-consecutive year (first team), and is the only player in NCAA history to score 1,400 points, collect 800 rebounds and assists, and 200 steals.
She was also named second-team All-American by ESPN and the Writers Association.