Tuesday, March 06, 2001

UC's Logan named all-conference

Satterfield on third team

By Michael Perry
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        University of Cincinnati junior guard Steve Logan was named first-team all-Conference USA on Monday, and teammate Kenny Satterfield was selected to the third team.

        The voting by media and coaches was done prior to Saturday's final regular-season games.

        Logan leads the team in scoring (17.6 ppg) and 3- point field goals (65) and is one of the leading candidates for Player of the Year, which will be announced Wednesday.

“I've always thought that the guy who carries the team to the championship ought be the MVP, and he's certainly done that,” UC coach Bob Huggins said Monday. “I think it's an upset if he's not.”

        Logan is the fifth Bearcat to be named to the all-C-USA first-team, joining Kenyon Martin (2000, 1999), Pete Mickeal (2000, 1999), Bobby Brannen (1998) and Danny Fortson (1997, '96). Logan was sixth in C-USA in scoring but had the best average in conference games (20.9).

        Satterfield, a sophomore guard, was on the All-Freshman Team last season and was first-team all-league in the preseason. He is UC's No.2 scorer (13.7 ppg), No.2 rebounder (4.7) and leader in assists (5.1, second in the conference) in steals (49). Huggins said he was surprised Satterfield was not on the second team.

        FIRST TEAM: Altron Jackson (Jr., F), South Florida; Steve Logan (Jr., G), Cincinnati; Brian Wardle (Sr., G), Marquette; Rodney White (Fr., F), Charlotte; Kelly Wise (Jr., F-C), Memphis.

        SECOND TEAM: LeDaryl Billingsley (Sr., F), Tulane; Maurice Jeffers (Sr., G), Saint Louis; Vandarel Jones (Sr., C), Southern Miss; Marques Maybin (Sr., G), Louisville; B.B. Waldon (Jr., F), South Florida

        THIRD TEAM: Cordell Henry (Jr., G), Marquette; Kenny Satterfield (So., G), Cincinnati; Bobby Simmons (Jr., F), DePaul; Jobey Thomas (Jr., G), Charlotte; David Wall (Sr., F), Southern Miss


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