Position: Outside Hitter
Weight: 170/77 Kilograms
Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah
Birth Date: May 25, 1981
Joined Team: January 2000
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: 2012 - FIVB World Grand Prix Preliminary Round...Olympic Games (Silver). 2011 - FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...NORCECA Continental Championship (Gold)...FIVB World Cup (Silver). 2010 – FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...FIVB World Championship (Fourth). 2008 - U.S. Olympic Team Exhibition for Volleyball versus Brazil...FIVB World Grand Prix (Fourth Place)...Olympic Games (Silver Medal). 2007 - FIVB World Cup (Bronze Medal). 2004 – World Grand Prix (Bronze Medal)…Olympic Games. 2003 – Montreux Volley Masters…Russia Tournament…Pan American Cup (Gold Medal)…World Grand Prix (Bronze Medal)… NORCECA Zone Championships (Gold Medal)…Texas Tour…World Cup (Bronze Medal). 2002 – Montreux Volley Masters…Russia Tour…Utah Tour vs. Italy…World Grand Prix (sixth place)…World Championships (Silver Medal). 2001 – Montreux Volley Masters…World Championships Qualifying (first place)…World Grand Prix (first place). 2000 – BCV Volley Masters...Brazil Trip...Grand Prix...Japan Tour...Olympic Games...Russia Trip. 1999 – Junior World Championships. 1998 – Dominican Republic Trip…Junior NORCECA World Championship Qualifier…NORCECA World Championship Qualifier. 1997 – Junior Brazil Trip…Junior Canada Tour.
INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2012 – Started the first six matches of the FIVB World Grand Prix and did not travel to third leg or Final Round…Averaged 2.50 points, 2.95 digs and 1.65 points in first six World Grand Prix matches to help Team USA qualify for the Final Round and eventually win its third straight title…Started all eight matches and 27 sets at the Olympic Games helping the U.S. win the silver medal…Averaged 2.93 points, 2.59 digs, 2.30 kills and 0.48 blocks per set at the Olympics…Ranked 20th in scoring overall at the Olympics, along with 11th in Best Digger and 14th in Best Spiker…Scored 15 points in gold-medal match against Brazil with a 42.9 kill percent to go with 10 digs…Ended 2012 with 17 match starts and 59 sets played leading to a 2.86 scoring average…Added averages of 2.56 digs, 0.44 blocks, 0.31 aces and 2.12 kills per set in 2012. 2011 – Helped the U.S. win its second straight FIVB World Grand Prix by averaging 3.21 points, 2.47 digs, 2.35 kills, 0.50 aces and 0.35 blocks per set…Tallied 17 points and 19 digs versus Brazil in Final Round pool play, then followed with 12 points versus Serbia in semifinals and 13 points and 12 digs against Brazil in gold-medal match…Ranked ninth in World Grand Prix Final Round in scoring (58 points), second in Best Server (0.39 aces per set), 10th in Best Spiker (34.1 percent) and 10th in Best Digger (0.83 digs per set)…Averaged 3.14 points, 1.43 digs, 0.86 aces, 2.07 kills and 0.21 blocks in helping the U.S. capture the NORCECA Women’s Continental Championship…Named the Best Server at the NORCECA Championship while also ranking eighth in Best Scorer and fifth in Best Receiver…Converted seven of 11 attacks for kills in NORCECA gold-medal match against Dominican Republic…Started 10 of 11 matches during FIVB World Cup helping the U.S. to the silver medal and 2012 Olympic Games qualification…Averaged 2.85 points, 0.39 blocks, 0.24 aces and 1.70 digs per set during World Cup…Tallied 14 kills and 10 digs in World Cup-opening victory over No. 1 Brazil…Tallied 14 points in win over Italy to clinch Olympic spot in 2012…Ranked ninth in Best Receiver at World Cup. 2010 – Averaged 3.38 points, 2.59 digs, 2.77 kills, 0.36 blocks and 0.26 aces in helping the U.S. to the FIVB World Grand Prix gold medal…Tallied 20 points versus Italy on Aug. 13 in first match with the U.S. Women’s National Team since the 2008 Olympic Games…Averaged 3.42 points and 2.89 digs during the FIVB World Grand Prix Final Round…Reached 20 points versus Poland on Aug. 25 in five-set win…Reached 15 points and 13 digs in five-set win over Brazil on Aug. 27…Tied for ninth in scoring during FIVB World Grand Prix Final Round, in addition to fifth in receiving (43.26 efficiency percent), seventh in digging and 15th in Blocking…Started all 11 matches and 40 sets for the U.S. at the FIVB World Championship…Provided eight double-doubles (kills and digs) as she averaged 3.28 kills and 3.30 digs, in addition to a 3.85 point averaged…Named Best Receiver of the FIVB World Championship compiling 178 excellent service receptions on 287 attempts for a 57.49 efficiency percent…Scored 20 points against both Cuba (Nov. 3) and Germany (Oct. 31) at the World Championship…Ranked 17th in scoring at the World Championship, along with 13th in Best Digger. 2008 - Started and played all five sets in June 11 exhibition versus Brazil, compiling a match-high 23 points on 20 kills, two aces and a block...Totaled two kills versus Brazil in limited action on June 13...Averaged 3.45 points, 2.78 kills, 0.43 blocks, 0.25 aces and 1.38 digs per set at the FIVB World Grand Prix...Finished the World Grand Prix Final Round as the second leading scorer in the tournament with 78 points and converted 35.1 percent of her attacks for 14th place...Averaged 0.23 aces per set in the Final Round for seventh place and held a 50.00 efficiency rating for seventh place in Best Receiver category...Recorded 20 points versus China on July 13 and 19 points versus Japan on July 10 in the World Grand Prix Final Round...Named Best Scorer at the 2008 Olympic Games with a total of 124 points scored as part of a 3.76 scoring average per set...One of two Americans to start all 33 sets during the Olympic Games, the most of any competitor at the event...Averaged 2.91 kills, 0.24 aces, 0.58 blocks and 2.09 digs per set while compiling a 51.0 excellent service reception percent...Ranked eighth in the Olympic Games in Best Blocker...Scored 25 points in the pool finale against Poland on Aug. 17 with 18 kills on 39 swings, six blocks and an ace to go with 13 digs...Contributed 19 points versus Italy in the Olympic Games quarterfinals on Aug. 19, including 14 kills, three blocks and two aces...Charted 14 kills, two blocks and two aces as part of an 18-point performance versus China on Aug. 15...Added 11 points, 10 digs and 15 excellent service receptions on 19 errorless attempts in a three-set win over Cuba in the semifinals. 2007 – Named one of three World Cup most valuable player nominees…Averaged 4.10 points per set at FIVB World Cup in her first international tournament with Team USA in nearly three years… Averaged 3.35 kills, 0.65 blocks, 1.95 digs and 0.10 aces per set at the World Cup while starting 40 of 41 sets...Provided a .306 attack percentage on 317 swings during the World Cup…At conclusion of World Cup, ranked in a tie for third best scorer, 13th in Best Spiker, sixth in Best Blocker and 13th in Best Digger…Led Team USA in scoring in seven of 11 matches with a personal high of 23 points versus Serbia on Nov. 14…Added 18 points versus Cuba on Nov. 3. 2004 – Logan made her second-straight Olympic appearance in Athens, Greece, helping Team USA to a fifth-place finish…Named Most Valuable Player of the World Grand Prix after leading all players in scoring with 224 points in 13 matches (179 kills, 24 blocks and 21 service aces)…She also garnered “Best Server” accolades. 2003 – Helped the United States earn a bronze medal at the 2003 World Cup and a berth in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece…Finished second on the team and 14th overall with 138 total points in 11 matches (109 kills, 17 blocks, 12 aces) as the United States went 8-3…On the year she led Team USA in points (571), points per set (3.71), kills (432), and service aces (67)…Tom also ranked second in blocks (73) and digs (281)…Named “Best Receiver” at the Montreux Volley Masters and the Pan American Cup…Captured “Best Server” honors at the Yeltsin Cup Tournament in Russia…Played professionally for MRV/Minas in the Brazilian Superliga from January-April and is currently a member of Monte Schiavo Jesi in Italy. 2002 – Won a silver medal at the 2002 Women’s Volleyball World Championships…Started all 11 matches at the World Championships and averaged a team-leading 14 points per match…Finished sixth among all players in the world with 154 total points. 2001 – Played a big key as the women won the World Grand Prix for the first time since 1995…Posted 14 kills and two blocks in the championship match as the U.S. beat China, 3-1 (26-28, 25-20, 25-21, 25-11)…Had a team-high nine blocks as the women beat Russia, 3-2 (25-22, 28-26, 21-25, 25-27, 15-9), to advance to the championship match…Led the U.S. with 17 kills as it defeated Brazil in four games to advance to the semifinal round…Led the United States in scoring in each of its three wins as it qualified for the 2002 World Championships by sweeping the qualification tournament with wins over Mexico, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico. 2000 – Finished her first full year on the national team leading the team in aces (30) and finishing second in kills (396) and blocks (58)...Played like a veteran at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, posting 96 kills, 64 digs, 17 blocks and eight aces...Put down three of the last five points in the USA’s five-set victory over Korea in the quarterfinals...Second on the squad with 105 kills and 70 digs at the World Grand Prix...Posted a team-leading 35 kills on the Australia Tour...Added 24 digs, five aces and four blocks...Led the team with 66 kills, 47 digs, eight blocks and five aces on the Russia Trip...In 16 sets on the Japan Tour had 47 kills, 33 digs, 13 blocks and four aces...Second on the squad with 38 kills on the Brazil Trip. 1999 – Led the team and ranked second in the tournament in scoring at the Women's Junior World Championships. 1998 – Played with the national team at the NORCECA World Championship Qualifier and the Dominican Republic Tour…Also led the junior team to the NORCECA World Championship Qualifier title. 1997 – Played in her first international competition with the junior national team on the Brazil Trip.
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: Attended Stanford University 1999-2002 and is one of only three players ever to earn American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-America First-Team all four years. 2002 – Named AVCA National Player of the Year for the second straight year and earned first-team AVCA All-America honors for the fourth straight year en route to guiding Stanford University to the NCAA Division I national championship match, where the Cardinal lost to USC, 3-1…Captured Pac-10 Player of the Year honors for the second straight year and first-team All-Pac-10 honors for the fourth straight season…Won the Honda Award as the top female collegiate athlete in volleyball this past season. 2001 – Named AVCA National Player of the Year and earned first-team AVCA All-America honors for the third straight year en route to guiding Stanford University to the NCAA Division I national championship with a 3-0 sweep of previously top-ranked Long Beach State…Also named Asics/Volleyball Magazine National Player of the Year as Stanford finished with a team-record tying 33 wins. Led the Cardinal in kills (621, a school record), kills per game (5.09), digs (426) and service aces (66) and finished third in total blocks (112)…Captured the Honda Award as the top female collegiate athlete in volleyball this season. 2000 – Returned to Stanford on Oct. 10 after competing for the United States as a member of the Women’s National Volleyball Team at the Sydney Olympic Games…Despite playing in only 16 out of 31 matches, still led the team in kills (328), kills per game (5.86), digs per game (3.20 and service aces (23)…Earned AVCA first-team All-America honors for the second straight year. 1999 – Only the fourth freshman to earn AVCA First-Team All-America honors...Asics/Volleyball Second-Team All-American…Asics/Volleyball Freshman of the Year…First-Team All-Pac-10…Pac-10 Freshman of the Year…AVCA All-District 8…AVCA District 8 Freshman of the Year…Helped the Cardinal reach the NCAA championship match with 438 kills, 254 digs, 86 blocks, 43 aces and a .324 attack percentage.
PERSONAL: Born Logan Maile Lei Tom on May 25, 1981 in Napa, Calif…Parents are Melvyn and Kristine Tom…Also has a brother named Landon…Majored in international relations at Stanford…Logan’s father Melvyn played in the National Football League as a defensive end with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Bears…Over the summer of 2003 she was selected as one of eight finalists for the Women's Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year Award in the team category.
Posted and updated: Aug. 18, 2012