Over the next five weeks we will give fans from each of the WNBL clubs a chance to look back at their teams campaigns, highlighting the biggest wins, star players and get expert commentary from coaches and media personalities.
Points: 14.8ppg Renae Camino
Rebounds: 10.3rpg Cayla Francis
Assists: 3.9apg Kristen Veal
Steals: 1.6spg Kristen Veal
The Thunder can consider themselves unlucky not to have finished in the top five, needing to their final-round road double-header a slip-up against Bendigo saw them fall just short of finals basketball.
Best Win: 71-69 v Sydney Uni Flames Round 14
With the race to the WNBL final heating up this victory was vital for Loganís hopes, with Corinna Montgomery coming up big, shooting 8-for-10 from the field to finish with 18 points and seven boards.
Renae Camino, Emma Langford and Cayla Francis lit it up from long range, combining for 11 for 17 from three point territory.
Standout: Cayla Francis
After slight drop in output in her first season at Logan, Francis returned the type of numbers that have her in the Jayco Opals Olympic calculations.
The 22-year-old averaged a double-double, putting up 14.5 points per game, 10.3 rebounds and a career-high 1.8 blocks.
Rising Star: Sarah Graham
Already with 90 games under her belt at the age of 22, Grahamís minutes and output dropped, but improved her offensive efficiency to lead the league in three-point field goal percentage.
Media: Thomas Boswell (Albert & Logan News)
The Logan Thunder was predicted to be one of the big movers in the 2011/12 WNBL season by pundits. Established after three seasons in the top flight and buoyed off the back of its most successful season to date the Thunder were looking the goods to make a play at its first WNBL championship.
But early season injuries and with 2010/11 Rookie of the Year Gretel Tippett forced out of the season with glandular fever, it quickly fell flat for the Thunder who spent most of the season playing catch up.
Off season recruits Emma Langford, Natalie Taylor and Corinna Montgomery bolstered high profile coach Olaf Lange's side, but it was duo Cayla Francis and Renae Camino who proved to be the defining players.
The side ended the season with the same win/loss ratio as its 2010/11 campaign, 12-10, but it wasn't enough in what Lange described as the toughest WNBL championship in recent years due to the upcoming Olympics and players returning to Australia.
The side now has just one season left to achieve its goal of winning a WNBL title within its first five years in the championship.