Up Close: Has established herself as one of the WACís very best players ... mixes dexterous ballhandling with exceptional court vision ... can see an open teammate anywhere on the floor ... absolutely lethal from three-point territory ... one of the best conditioned players on the team, an attribute which gives her the ability to play both ends of the court for a full 40 minutes ... not afraid to take the tough shot in pressure situations.
2000-01 Season: A first-team All-WAC selection, Fresno Stateís first since the 1994-95 season ... a finalist for WAC player of the year ... played in all 29 games, starting 28 ... her phenomenal year saw her finish atop or near the top of the WAC statistical sheet in the following categories: assists average (1st, 5.7), three-pointers per game (1st, 3.1), minutes played per game (T-1st, 37.1), double-digit scoring games (1st, 27), scoring average (T-3rd, 16.9), steals average (T-9th, 1.8) ... finished sixth in the nation in three-pointers per game and 28th in assists Ö set a Fresno State single-season record with 89 three-pointers made, shattering the former mark by 20 ... torched SMU for 32 points, including the game-winner with 12 seconds left, leading the Bulldogs to a 70-68 victory over the Mustangs, the first in program history ... her 164 assists ranks sixth-best in a single-season in FS history ... has 356 career assists, fourth-best in Bulldog history, despite playing only 58 games. Everyone else in the top five played at least 83 ... her 143 career threes ranks third-best all-time ... had consecutive minutes played streaks of 169 and 159 during the season ... has played at least 39 minutes in 11 of the last 14 games ... was either the teamís leading scorer or second-leading scorer in 25 of 29 games ... is currently on pace to be third on Fresno State all-time scoring list ... her 16.9 scoring average was sixth-best in a single-season in school history ... had two double-doubles on the year ... was one of five Bulldogs to reign in 100 rebounds.
1999-00 Season: Was one of the WACís top players and arguably the best point guard in the conference ... named to the WACís All-Newcomer team ... led the conference in assists with a 6.6 average, becoming the first freshman in WAC history to lead in that category ... scored a Fresno State freshman record 33 points against TCU on Jan. 20 .. a candidate for WAC player of the year ... led the team and the WAC in minutes per game with a 37.0 average ... played in 215 consecutive minutes at one point during the season ... her 192 assists set a new Fresno State single-season record and was the fourth-best number in the history of the WAC ... became the first player in FS history to post back-to-back double-digit assist games when she racked up 10 against Boise State and Boston University on successive nights ... had three double-doubles to her credit ... was named WAC player of the week Dec. 27 after scoring 17 points and dishing out a career-high 11 assists against Bradley ... was the only Bulldog to start in every game ... was exceptional in the North Gym, posting a 13.1 scoring and 7.9 assists average.
At Alta High School: Lettered all four years ... named to the All-State team her sophomore, junior and senior years ... known for her maturity and quickness while in high school.
Personal: Born Sept. 27, 1981 ... parents names are Barbara and James Logan ... has two brothers and one sister ... she is the youngest of the four ... is interested in all sports ... lists Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete ... also recruited by Colorado State and West Virginia.
Career Highs Points.........33, vs. TCU, 1/20/00 Rebounds.......8, at Rice, 3/3/01 Assists........11, vs. Bradley, 12/20/99 Blocked Shots..2, 2x, last vs. E. Washington, 11/25/00 Steals.........6, vs. Boise State, 11/26/99 Minutes........45, at UTEP, 1/15/00