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75 Twice Logic handed out 14 assists in a game — versus Texas and against Dayton when she became an unfortunate dental patient. Logic pulled down 18 rebounds at Michigan on Feb. 16, 2012. e most impressive numbers in Logic's mind are 16.0, 13.6, 11.7, 10.9, 10.6 ose are scoring averages for the five Hawkeye starters this season. If you ever catch her bragging, it is about the strength of her teammates. "You're a lot tougher to defend when everyone is clicking on all cylinders," Logic said. "You have the inside-out game with Beth (senior center Bethany Doolittle), and Dix (senior guard Melissa Dixon) and Al (sophomore guard Ally Disterho) hitting 3s. at spreads the defense out. I look for my shot more on fast breaks." ere is another interesting note to Logic's career. In her first three seasons she has led the Hawkeyes in assists in a season three times and steals and rebounds twice. Logic has never finished a year as the team's leading scorer; she is currently third on the team. "When the other four are clicking, there is no reason I have to score and I'm OK with that," she says. "It goes back to her unselfishness and lack of ego," Bluder said. "Sam doesn't realize how good she really is. Who doesn't love that person that delivers that pass on the dime to them so they can get the shot?" So, what sticks out about Logic? Chances are good that a lasting memory will be made this season.

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