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Eurobasket.com All-French LF2 1st Team 2018
Player of the Year: Asia Logan (184-F-92) of Bretagne Basket
Guard of the Year: Isis Arrondo (166-PG-89) of Angers
Forward of the Year: Mikaela Ruef (190-F-90) of Toulouse
Center of the Year: Kariata Diaby (192-C-95) of Bretagne Basket
Import Player of the Year: Mikaela Ruef (190-F-90) of Toulouse
Domestic Player of the Year: Isis Arrondo (166-PG-89) of Angers
Defensive Player of the Year: Natasa Popovic (192-C-82) of Reims
Coach of the Year: Stephane Leite of Bretagne Basket
What makes Logan special?
A 6'1 Small Forward, Logan has size that's tough to match and athleticism unique to the few players who resemble her stature. Think of a great mid range shooter, with the vertical of a LeBron James for women.
"She was one of the core members of the Baltimore Lady Lions 1992 team that terrorized the region for a few years. She went on to win a state championship at Digital Harbor before signing with the University of Pittsburgh. At 6'1" she is an explosive and versatile wing player. "
The forward/guard closed out her career with her best season to date in terms of 3PFG%, total rebounds, assists, blocks, and steals. 2013-14: Senior led Pitt in rebounding, blocks, and 3PFG% under first-year Panthers head coach, former WNBA player and Coach Suzie McConnell-Serio, as Panthers competed in Atlantic Coast Conference for first time.
Coming off a season in which she averaged just 5.5 points and 2.4 rebounds off the bench, Asia Logan has exploded to lead this year’s Pitt women’s basketball team in many statistical categories. Logan currently tops the team in scoring and rebounding with 16.5 points and 8.2 boards through the Panthers’ first 14 contests. She also paces the team in blocks and field-goal percentage.