NAME: Logan Case
SCHOOL: Ursuline Academy
GRADUATING YEAR: 2020
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Back-to-back state titles
PARENTS: John & Jeni
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Mom (Coach Jeni Case)
FUTURE GOAL: Play in NCAA Div. I national tournament
Leader of the back-to-back Ohio state volleyball champion Ursuline Lions is senior All-American setter Logan Case. Last season, the Lions won the school's seventh Ohio state title, becoming the fourth Cincinnati-area program to repeat in successive years as state champions.
Heading into her senior season, Logan has already racked up remarkable numbers in her three-year varsity career with 3,052 assists, 869 digs, 158 kills, 105 aces and 86 blocks.
Her junior year for the 27-2 Lions, Logan had 945 assists (2nd in the GGCL), 266 digs, 62 kills, 49 aces and 32 blocks. She earned numerous volleyball honors, including being named 1st team GGCL for the 2nd time, 1st team all-city, 1st team SWO District and 1st team all-state. She was the Cincinnati Enquirer Div. I Player of the Year and Women's Sports Association Volleyball Player of the Year.
Logan holds several school records, including single-season aces (49), aces in a match (8), single-season assists (1,153) and assists in a match (69).
A National Honor Society student with first honors all semesters, she is active in community service and also plays for the Elevation Volleyball club team. She will play volleyball collegiately at Western Michigan University.
Her favorite athlete is April Ross, favorite entertainer is Bruno Mars, favorite book is The Hunger Games, favorite movie is Divergent and most-like-to-meet is Jennifer Lawrence.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Logan has a very high IQ for the game and is a very good athlete. She is super competitive and mentally tough. Her leadership skills and the way she treats her teammates are what make her special."
— Jeni Case, Volleyball Coach