#FlashbackFriday: Current SFU Sharpshooter Conjures Memories of All-time RMU Great

Sade Logan's 2007-08 season was one of the best in NCAA Division I annals. She averaged 24.7 ppg and sank 126 triples.

Sade Logan’s 2007-08 season was one of the best in NCAA Division I annals. She averaged 24.7 ppg and sank 126 triples.

Saint Francis U freshman sensation Jessica Kovatch leads the nation in three-point field goals made, but ever her blistering pace does not match what Sade Logan did for Robert Morris during the Colonials’ 2007-08 conference championship run.

The subject of this week’s #NECWBB-themed #FlashbackFriday, Logan sank 126 triples over the course of 33 games en-route to the 2008 NEC Player of the Year award.

The 126 treys tied a NCAA Division I single-season mark that stood until this past year when Ohio State’s Kelsey Mitchell drained 127. Still, Mitchell’s 3.63 3FGM/gm rate was behind the 3.81 mark that Logan produced.

The 24.7 points per game Logan averaged during the 2007-08 campaign ranked her second overall on the NCAA Division I leader board and stood as the NEC single-season record for scoring average until the 2013-14 when SFU’s Alli Williams accounted for 25.4 ppg.

During her two-year stay in Moon Township, Logan, who began her collegiate career at SEC member Kentucky, dialed long distance 205 times and sits second overall on the program’s career list for three-pointers made.

FYI… Kovatch has hit 56 three-pointers in 15 games this season and leads Division I in both makes and makes per game (3.73).

Sade Logan celebrates Robert Morris' victory over LIU Brooklyn in the 2008 #NECWBB title tilt. (Photo by Jason Cohn)

Sade Logan celebrates Robert Morris’ victory over LIU Brooklyn in the 2008 #NECWBB title tilt. (Photo by Jason Cohn)

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