Tuesday, March 20, 2001

UC Notebook


Logan flies home to see grandmother

By Michael Perry
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        SAN DIEGO — Steve Logan, UC's leading scorer, missed the Bearcats' practice Monday at the University of San Diego because of an illness in the family.

        The junior guard flew home to Cleveland on Sunday because his grandmother — to whom he is very close — is sick, coach Bob Huggins said. Logan is expected to return this morning and rejoin the team for this afternoon's practice.

        The Bearcats leave later today for Anaheim, site of Thursday's NCAA Tournament West Regional semifinal against Stanford.
        COMMON OPPONENT: The only team to play Cincinnati and Stanford this season is Memphis. The Cardinal beat Memphis 83-60 (Nov.24), and UC beat Memphis 66-65 (Feb.15) and 89-79 (March 9.)

        UNRANKED: UC is one of five teams in the Sweet 16 that didn't finish in the Associated Press' final regular-season Top 25. The others: Southern Cal, Penn State, Temple and Gonzaga.

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