She averaged 5.09 kills, 0.54 service aces, 3.49 digs and 0.90 blocks per game and played in 122 games (35 matches).
She recorded 10 or more kills in 50 of 51 matches, dating back to the 2000 season and notched a double-double in 25 matches.
She continued to play professionally in Italy, Switzerland, and Spain though.
She also played beach volleyball (partnering with Holly Mc Peak, among others).
Her 171 career service aces ranks second on in Stanford history and third in the league .
She averaged 5.02 kills per game for her career which ranks second all-time in the conference record books.
She notched double figures in kills in 16 consecutive matches.
Tom was named the AVCA National Player of the Year, in addition to being named the Honda Award winner for volleyball, the Pac-10 Player of the Year and her third consecutive First Team All-America honor.
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.She officially graduated from Stanford in the summer of 2014.In October 2013, Tom was inducted into the Stanford University Athletics Hall of Fame.At age 19, Logan became the youngest woman ever to be selected for an American Olympic volleyball team when she competed at 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.
In 2004, Tom was named the 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) where she also garnered “Best Server” accolades.