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Volleyball’s Eggleston receives McLendon Foundation Postgraduate Scholarship. (Photo: Ralph Arvesen)

Texas Volleyball's Logan Eggleston has been announced as a recipient of the McLendon Minority Postgraduate Scholarship, the McLendon Foundation announced Wednesday.

Eggleston is one of eight recipients of the prestigious postgraduate scholarships, who will each receive a $10,000 grant to be used towards postgraduate studies in athletics administration.

Eggleston led Texas to its third NCAA Championship title, fourth national title overall (AIAW 1981), and was named the NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Player. She completed a bachelor of arts degree in business management in 2022.

During her time as a student-athlete, Eggleston also served as the president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for two consecutive years. The committee created initiatives known as the DNA Fund, which raised money to buy sporting equipment and fund sporting opportunities for underprivileged youth in the Austin area, and the LEAD Initiative, which allocates funds from the Texas athletics revenue to non-profits doing positive work for diverse communities in Austin.

Eggleston is interested in pursuing the Sports Management Master’s Program at the University of Texas at Austin because she believes this degree will help prepare her for a role in collegiate sports administration.

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