Former Indiana big man Logan Duncomb is stepping away from basketball
Former IU big man Logan Duncomb is stepping away from basketball.
Duncomb, who played two seasons at Indiana before transferring to Xavier last spring, made the announcement Wednesday night.
The Cincinnati Moeller product cited health reasons for his decision.
“I’ve made the decision to step away from the game of basketball for health reasons,” Duncomb wrote on social media. “Basketball has been a huge part of my life for over a decade. I’m incredibly grateful to the countless people who have helped me along the way – especially those at Moeller High School, Indiana University and Xavier University.
“I’ll remain enrolled at Xavier University where I’ll work to complete my undergraduate degree. Excited about what lies ahead…”
A four-star prospect in the 2021 recruiting class, the 6-foot-10 big man spent the last two seasons at IU.
An Archie Miller signee, Duncomb reaffirmed his commitment to the Hoosiers after Miller was fired in the spring of 2021 and Mike Woodson was hired.
He spent his first season in Bloomington buried on the depth chart and couldn’t stay healthy as a sophomore. Due to illness and various injuries, Duncomb only appeared in nine games in his second season.
The Cincinnati native averaged 2.9 points and 1.7 rebounds in 5.9 minutes per game.
Duncomb last played in Indiana’s 63-45 win against Wisconsin on January 14 at Assembly Hall.
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