The Stanford grad's volleyball player profile contains quick facts and biographical information about her legendary playing career.
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One of the most popular female players in the world and with a pro career spanning over 20 years, Tom is a three-time Olympian, a silver medalist and is currently a professional volleyball player playing in Indonesia.
Watch the 2001 NCAA Women's Championship Final featuring Stanford vs. Long Beach State.
In a match-up of the two leading Player of the Year candidates, Logan Tom led Stanford Cardinal takes on Cheryl Weaver and the Long Beach State 49ers.
Coming into the match, Long Beach State was undefeated at 33-0, while Stanford had only lost two matches, one at USC and the other against Long Beach in the preseason (32-2).
To reach the final, Stanford defeated defending champion Nebraska while Long Beach dispatched Arizona in the other semifinal.
MVP: Logan Tom (Stanford)
Ogonna Nnamani (Stanford)
Ashley Ivy (Stanford)
Robyn Lewis (Stanford)
Tayyiba Haneef (Long Beach)
Brittany Hochevar (Long Beach)
Logan's collegiate achievements include the following:
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Logan is the first Stanford volleyball player to participate in an Olympic Games and then return to school to finish NCAA eligibility and class requirements.
Watch Kerri Walsh and Logan vs Lauren Cacciamani and Carrie Schoenvald in the 1999 NCAA Women's Championship Final between Stanford vs. Penn State.
Logan Maile Lei Tom (born May 25, 1981) is an American indoor volleyball and beach volleyball player.
She is a four-time Olympian at the outside hitter position.
At age 19, Logan became the youngest woman ever to be selected for an American Olympic volleyball team when she made the 2000 Games in Sydney.
She is a skilled all-around player who brings stability to the American serve receive and defense, while also providing the team with a solid attack and block at the net. She has been a huge part of the national team for many years.
In Beijing, Tom helped Team USA win a silver medal and was named Best Scorer.
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