|| Asia Logan
Played in 108 career games ... 62 career starts, including all 31 as a senior ... finished career with 988 career points and 506 career rebounds ...49 double figure scoring contests over career ... played 30 or more minutes in 33 games ... 14 double-doubles over career - eight in 2012-13 and six in 2013-14 ... erupted for a career-highs 36 against William & Mary on Nov. 11, 2012 ... the 36 points established a new scoring record at the Petersen Events Center, topping the previous mark of 34 from Shavonte Zellous (Jan. 4, 2009, vs. WVU) ... dual major, Administration of Justice and Legal Studies ... 2013 Big East Academic All-Star.
AS A SENIOR (2013-14)
Started all 31 games this season; the only player on the team to do so ... averaged 11.9 points and 6.7 rebounds which was good for second on the team in scoring and first on the team in rebounding ... collected six double-doubles on the year including back-to-back performances of 22 points and 11 rebounds vs. Miami and 18 points and 12 rebounds vs. Wake Forest... scored double-figures in 17 games... was second on the team in minutes played with 29.0 - played 32 or more minutes in 12 games ... played a season-high 38 minutes against Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament ... made a career-high four 3-pointers vs. Miami ... had a career-high four steals at Clemson to go along with nine points and five rebounds ... scored a season-high 24 points vs. Boston College 7-11 from the field and 9-11 from the foul line ... set her career-high in assists with four vs. James Madison ... scored 16 points, grabbed seven rebounds and had three blocks in a contest vs. Virginia Tech ... paced the team in scoring six times and rebounding and blocked shots 17 times this year ... had her best statistical year 3-point percentage, total rebounds, assists, blocks and steals.
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13)
Appeared in 28 games with 26 starts ... closed 14th in scoring (14.0 ppg) in the Big East ... finished fifth in rebounding (7.2) among Big East leaders - team leader in the category ... also paced team in blocked shots (19) ... led team and was tied for third in Big East with eight double-doubles ... shot 43 percent from the field on the season .... led team in scoring in a single game in 10 contests. (14 over career) ... paced team in rebounding in 14 games - most of any player on the season ... recorded at least six rebounds in 16 games ... had 15 or more points in 13 games and 20 or more in seven games ... averaged 12.6 points and 6.7 rebounds in league games ... had eighth double-double on March 2 versus DePaul with 16 points and 12 rebounds ... the 16 boards were the mostby a Pitt player on the year ... tallied 21 points and a career-best 16 rebounds versus Georgetown on Feb. 23 in the second meeting between the teams ... pumped in 19 points at home against USF on Feb. 3, shooting 8-of-12 from the floor ... scored 26 points against Mount St. Mary's on Dec. 20, while shooting 11-16 from the field (.688) ... had fourth double-double of season on Dec. 16 versus Rider - 12 points and 13 rebounds ... had 22 points on 8-of-18 evening versus Wagner on Nov. 20 ... shot 85.7% (6-of-7) versus Siena on Nov. 13, finishing with 16 points ... registered a career-high 36 points versus William & Mary on Nov. 11 ...The 36 points topped her previous career high of 15 versus Georgetown on Dec. 7, 2011 ... the 36 points also set a Petersen Events Center scoring record ... Logan broke the previous mark held by Shavonte Zellous (34 points, Jan. 4, 2009, vs. WVU) ... Logan's 36 points were the most by a Pitt player since 42 scored by Shavonte Zellous at Florida on Dec. 21, 2008 ... also reached a career best in rebounds (14 and topped later in the season), field goals made (13), field goals attempted (20), free throws made (10), free throws attempted (11) and minutes (32) versus W&M on Nov. 11.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12)
Saw action in 24 games, averaging 14.8 minutes per game ... averaged 5.5 points and 2.4 rebounds in second season as a Panther ... led team with 76.6 percent from the free throw line ... registered double figures in seven contests ... double-digit scoring included a stretch of five of six games ... recorded three or more rebounds in 12 games and four or more in six contests ... scored a career-high 15 points versus Georgetown on Dec. 7, going 9-of-10 from the free throw line ... also played a career-high 28 minutes versus the Hoyas ... tallied 12 points at Villanova on Jan. 3, while also grabbing a career-high seven rebounds ... the Villanova game began a stretch of three-straight double-figure scoring games with 10 points versus both Syracuse (Jan. 7) and Rutgers (Jan. 10) ... recorded 11 points on 3-of-4 shooting in 21 minutes against Duquesne on Dec. 28 ... notched four assists and 11 points in 18 minutes versus Michigan State on Dec. 21 ... set a career high for field goals made (five) versus Hampton on Nov. 12 in season opener... missed season's last six games with an injury.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)
Played 25 games as a true freshman ... hit double-digit points in four games ... averaged 3.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... scored a career-high 13 points at Valparaiso on Dec. 11 and again on Dec. 20 versus UT Arlington ... pulled in at least two rebounds in 15 of 25 games ... had a career-high six rebounds against Mount St. Mary's on Dec. 4 ... poured in eight points in just 15 minutes against Notre Dame on Jan. 15 ... played a career-high 23 minutes twice: at Valparaiso and Rutgers ... shot 22-of-41 (.537) in a five-game span from Dec. 4 to Dec. 20 ... was a perfect 2-for-2 from the free throw line in four separate games.
Averaged a double-double throughout her high school career at Digital Harbor ... entered senior season with over 1,000 points and 500 rebounds ... led her team to the Maryland 1A State Championship game in 2008 and 2009, winning it in 2009 ... named Tournament MVP in 2009 after leading team to a 24-3 mark along with state title ... averaged 19 points and 16 rebounds per game as a junior ... first team all-city in 2008 and 2009 ... was voted the 2009 Basketball Academy Shootout MVP ... named a 2010 McDonalds All-American nominee ... was a member of the distinguished honor roll every semester from 2006-2010.
Born on Feb. 17, 1992 ... daughter of James Logan III, Diane Logan and stepmother Romona Prioleau-Logan ... has one older sister, Martyne, and two brothers, James and Marcus.
MORE ABOUT ASIA:
Favorite Food: Pizza
Favorite Class/Subject: Stars and Galaxies
Favorite Professor/Teacher: Professor Tsoukas
Favorite Book: Brave New World
Favorite TV Show: Family Guy
Favorite Movie: Rent
Favorite actor: Idris Elba
Favorite actress: Jessica Alba
Favorite musician: Chris Brown
Favorite sports figure: LeBron James
Favorite sport other than yours: Volleyball
The best athlete you have competed against or with (name, where): Maya Moore, University of Connecticut
Person in history I would most like to meet: Chris Brown
If I could travel back in time, I would: Have gotten braces when I was younger
I look forward to: Graduating in December
Whenever my playing days are over, I will: Join the criminal justice field
What I like most about the University/ why I chose Pittsburgh: The Pete and the atmosphere
What I like most about the city of Pittsburgh: The people because they love sports
Happiest/most gratifying moment in sports: When the team is all together as one
Hobbies: Drawing, shopping, sleeping, and hanging out
My role model (Why?): My father, James Logan III, because he is hard working and taught me well
List anything interesting about your family? They are funny and goofy
Why I chose the University of Pittsburgh? It's a wonderful city
If I could choose another career besides my sport, it would be: FBI agent
If I could play another sport at Pittsburgh, it would be: Volleyball
My Sportcenter highlight goes like this: Me dunking on somebody!
Best job ever held: None
Not many people know this but I: Can draw really well
Favorite all-time Christmas gift: My Nintendo GameCube
My favorite home-cooked meal: Mac `n Cheese and baked BBQ pork chops
When I was a kid, I pretended to be: Superhero
If I could choose one word to describe myself, it would be: Goofy