Evan Cory and Logan Webber are ready for their 2023 season in beach volleyball, here and around the world. Deciding to pair up again in 2023, after a few years apart, these two are expecting a great year on the beaches around the world. They want to keep a “cowboy” mentality on the beach this year staying focused, tough and determined for the entire year. Neither Evan nor Logan (Louisiana and Michigan) started in volleyball hotspots while learning the sport so they are excited about the growth they have helped create in their hometowns.
They both made the successful transition from indoor volleyball to beach volleyball and a huge perk of being successful in beach volleyball are the traveling opportunities afforded them. They have both traveled the world to play volleyball and they are looking forward to the upcoming cities this year. It’s always great speaking with world class athletes, good luck with the Olympic tryouts, while learning some of their travel tips and favorite places to play/visit. Beach volleyball only has two players per team and with these two being so close they should have a terrific year on the sand.
Connect with Evan and Logan on their social media pages:
Evan Cory Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evancoryvolley/
Logan Webber Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loganmichaelwebber/
ABOUT Evan Cory
Cory and Logan Webber played in all three AVP tournaments. The duo finished ninth in Manhattan Beach, the first main draw ever for Cory. Evan made his AVP debut at the age of 17 in New Orleans, losing in the qualifier alongside Derek Zimmerman.
Cory played four seasons at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee, leading the team in kills all four years. He led the nation in aces (.64 per set) as a junior and he had one of two triple-doubles (with 14 kills, 20 assists and 10 digs) in Division I-II his senior season. He left the school as the all-time leader in kills (1,249), aces (155) and digs (585) and was second in blocks (281).
Cory has one sister, Hayden. He was Valedictorian at his high school and captain of his beach volleyball team.
ABOUT Logan Webber
In Austin 2022 Webber and John Hyden broke the AVP record for having the biggest age discrepancy between partners in a main draw (23 years, 0 months and 22 days difference in age).
2021: Webber and Evan Cory played in all three AVP tournaments. After losing in the qualifier in the first one, the duo was seeded directly into the main draw for the last two, finishing ninth and 13th. Webber ended the year ranked eighth in both blocks (1.38 per set) and kills (6.63 per set). He competed once internationally, finishing 13th with Michael Boag.
Logan played volleyball at Cincinnati Christian University in Ohio. Webber has an older sister, Libby, who played volleyball at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Logan was an assistant coach for the women’s volleyball team at Cincinnati Christian and assistant coach for the men’s volleyball team at Cornerstone University.
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