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Logan Tom

4-time Olympian Volleyball Player

She started playing for the USA National Team at 16 and has served as team co-captain. In ‘08 she led all players in points in the Beijing Games. She currently plays professionally overseas and coaches the next generation of players with camps and clinics that focus on fundamentals and personal development.

Four-Time Olympian, Logan Tom, began her prep volleyball career at Highland High School in Utah. By 2008-2011, she was considered by many to be the #1 indoor volleyball player in the world. Tom was a four-year All-American at Stanford and won a National Championship with the Cardinal where she also received MVP honors.

Olympic Experience

  • 2012 Olympic Games - Silver
  • 2008 Olympic Games - Silver
  • 2004 Olympic Games
  • 2000 Olympic Games

World Championship Experience

  • 2010 FIVB World Championship
  • 2006 FIVB World Championship
  • 2002 FIVB World Championship - Silver

Personal: Father Melvyn played in the National Football League as a defensive end with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Bears...Started playing volleyball at age 13 and earned spot on the U.S. Girls' Youth National Team at age 14...2013 Inductee into Stanford University Hall of FameMore

Most Notable

  • Four-time Olympian (2000, 2004, 2008, 2012) and winner of two Olympic Games silver medals (2008, 20012)
  • Best Scorer of 2008 Olympic Games with 124 points and 3.76 set scoring average after starting all 33 sets possible
  • Helped U.S. earn silver medal at both 2007 and 2011 FIVB World Cup to qualify Team USA into 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. Selected one of three finalist for MVP at 2007 World Cup. Aided Team USA to bronze medal at 2003 World Cup and berth into 2004 Olympics.
  • Named MVP of 2004 FIVB World Grand Prix after leading all players in scoring with 224 points in 13 matches. Also named Best Server during the event
  • Youngest player ever named to U.S. Olympic Women's Volleyball Team as she made first Olympic Games roster in 2000 at age 19 prior to playing her sophomore season at Stanford University
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