Stanford's Logan Tom To Chat On Wednesday From NCAA Final Four
Dec. 11, 2001
On Wednesday, Stanford volleyball player and U.S. Olympian, Logan Tom, hits chat to talk about the third-ranked Cardinal's bid for its fifth NCAA Championship.
Tom, a junior outside hitter for the Cardinal, has received numerous accolades during the 2001 campaign. The Pac-10 Player of the Year was a first-team all-conference selection as well as a first-team Pacific Region pick. She was tabbed Pac-10 Player of the Week five times during the regular season, including a Pac-10 record three consecutive times. Over the weekend, Tom was named NCAA Regional (Stanford, Calif.) Most Outstanding Player as the Cardinal defeated #13 Utah and #15 Texas A&M to earn a trip to San Diego for the NCAA Women's Volleyball Championships. The two-time All-American leads the league in kills, service aces and points and is second in digs.
Her season totals in kills (574) and service aces (64) ranks second all-time at Stanford for a single season. She is averaging just over 5.00 kills per game for her career which is the second highest kills per game total in the history of the Pac-10 Conference.
The Cardinal (31-2, 17-1 Pac-10) will face No. 2 Nebraska (31-1) in one semifinal while No. 1 Long Beach takes on No. 4 Arizona in the other semifinal. The winners advance to the NCAA Championship match on Saturday, December 15.
Tom won't hit chat until Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. PT. Feel free to drop her some questions now and we'll save them for her arrival.