Texas junior outside hitter Logan Eggleston is simply tearing it up during this fall NCAA season.

The Longhorns are 10-0, preparing for next week’s Big 12 showdowns with Baylor, and the 6-foot-2 Eggleston has been leading the way, averaging 5.12 kills per set while hitting .359. She has 13 service aces, is averaging 2.03 digs, and has 22 blocks and overall is far ahead of what she did in 2019 when she was a VolleyballMag.Com second-team All-American.

In this first of two segments interviewing Eggleston, who is from Brentwood, Tennessee, we cover the Texas offense, playing this fall with an eye on spring, and dealing with the postponement of this week’s TCU series with an eye on Baylor coming to Austin next week.

Emily Ehman was a libero for Northwestern. As a walk-on, she described her role as “bench mob captain” until injuries plagued the team her senior year, which allowed Ehman significant playing time in 2019. Follow her at @emilyehman on Instagram

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  1. Eggleston is good but the competition has ranged from mediocre to dreadful. She needs some better opponents on the other side of the net.

  2. Logan is definitely better than 2nd Team All American, regardless of how awesome the honor! Shes a natural leader, intelligent speaker, and has an air of maturity and class most 20 yr-olds don’t possess! A wonderful example of what it means to be a Texas athlete! The better the competition, the more she seems to step up and carries the team right along with her! Baylor will be ready, but we’re prepared for them to be the #2 team in the nation, despite an early loss to Kansas! Should be some great matches! HOOK’EM HORNS🏐🤘🧡🤘🧡🤘🏐


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