Logan Fiorentino

Logan  Fiorentino

Hunt Seat Head Coach | 8th Season

Alma Mater:
Georgia | 2006, 2007


Hancock Excelling In All Facets of Life



No. 3 TCU Set For No. 7 SMU Friday

Start time is set for 10:00 a.m. CT in Springtown.


TCU Equestrian Opens Season Friday

The Horned Frogs will host Texas Tech and North Central Texas College Friday.


No. 6 TCU Set for NCEA National Championships

Competition will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.


Four Earn NCEA All-America Honors Thursday

Molly Peddicord earns two All-America awards Thursday.


Senior Day against Fresno State

The ladies of No. 10 TCU Equestrian faced the No. 5 Fresno State Bulldogs on Saturday

Contact Information
Email: l.fiorentino@tcu.edu
Phone: 817-257-4659

The Hunt Seat side of the TCU equestrian program is led by head coach Logan Fiorentino. Fiorentino is in her seventh season at TCU and was named Hunt Seat Head Coach in June of 2011.

In the 2016-17 season, Fiorentino led her riders to eight wins on the Hunt Seat side. Five Hunt Seat riders were named Rider of the Month by the Big 12 one was named Rider of the Year at season's end. Two were named MOPs of the Big 12 Championship, and two were named All-Big 12. Two riders were Rider of the Month by the NCEA, and two were NCEA All-Americans. On the academic side, Kari Hancock became the most decorated equestrian in TCU history, earning multiple accolades from the Big 12 Conference as well as the NCEA including the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, the Big 12's Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award, Scholar-Athlete of the Year in equestrian by the Big 12, Elite Equestrian by the NCEA, and TCU's Dutch Meyer Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Fiorentino has single-handedly made the TCU Hunt Seat program a force on the national level. The 2015-16 season proved the type of impact Fiorentino has had on the program as the Horned Frogs made program history by earning runner-up accolades at nationals. In the process, TCU became the lowest seed ever to advance to the National Championship and closed the season ranked No. 2 overall in the nation. By the time nationals were over in Waco, Fiorentino had placed both Molly Peddicord and Nikki Diamantis on the 2016 NCEA All-Championship team.

Throughout the 2015-16 season, Fiorentino helped Peddicord reach heights never seen before on the Hunt Seat side. Peddicord, who was named the Big 12 Rider of the Year in Equitation over Fences, became the first student-athlete in program history to claim First-Team All-America recognition in Equitation over Fences. She also became the first student-athlete in school history to be named an All-American in two different disciplines the same year by claiming Honorable Mention All-America honors in Equitation on the Flat. She is also only the third student-athlete to ever earn first-team recognition in Hunt Seat. All three have come under the direction of Fiorentino. Jayme Omand also excelled for Fiorentino in 2015-16, claiming All-America accolades herself after going 9-5 overall on the Flat.

Other highlights include Kari Hancock setting an NCEA, Big 12 and school record in Equitation on the Flat by scoring a 98 versus South Dakota State in October. Her 98 was the highest score ever recorded during the regular-season in NCEA history. Inside the classroom, Fiorentino continued her success of having student-athletes that excel both academically and athletically as Hancock and Omand were named Academic All-Americans for the 2015-16 season. Several others picked up Academic All-Big 12, with many also being named to the La Hacienda Academic Honor Roll.

Not to be outdone, the New York native was honored with the 2016 NCEA Distinguished Alumni Award, which is given out to someone who has made a difference following their playing career within collegiate equestrian and the sport of equestrian.

The 2014-15 campaign saw the program rise to new heights as TCU climbed to high as No. 2 in the national rankings, the highest ranking in school history. During the course of the season, the Frogs under Fiorentino's watch had six student-athletes earn NCEA All-America accolades, including sophomore Kari Hancock who claimed First-Team recognition on the Hunt Seat side. By being named NCEA First-Team All-American, Hancock became the second Horned Frog in school history to claim first-team accolades on the Hunt Seat side.

Not to be outdone, senior Kaitlin Perry was named the Big 12 Most Outstanding Performer at the Big 12 Championship in Equitation on the Flat, going 2-0 in the discipline. Earning all-league accolades under Fiorentino in 2014-15 were Nicole Diamantis (Equitation over Fences), Hancock (Equitation on the Flat) and Perry (Equitation on the Flat).

The 2013-14 season was another banner year for the Horned Frogs as the program came within one win of claiming the No. 1 seed in the Big 12 Championship en route to a three-way tie for first-place regular-season finish with a 3-3 conference record. The Frogs had several individuals shine on the Hunt Seat side as Taylor Alexander, Caitlin Ader and Kaitlin Perry all earned NCEA Academic honorees. Ader claimed All-Big 12 recognition in both Equitation on the Flat and Equitation over Fences. By doing so, she not only became the first student-athlete in program history to earn all-conference honors in both, but also only the second student-athlete to claim recognition on the Flat. For the year, Ader produced 12 victories between the two disciplines with two MOP accolades. She also went 5-4-1 in conference action combined during the regular-season.

The 2012-13 season saw the Horned Frogs close the year with a program-best 9-6 overall record, including a 3-3 mark in Big 12 action. The 9-6 record marked the first time in program history that the Frogs' Hunt Seat squad had recorded nine wins in a single-season. TCU claimed the No. 5 seed at nationals, which is the highest pre-tournament seeding in program history for Hunt Seat. Individually, it was another banner year for the Hunt Seat program as sophomore Demi Stiegler garnered Big 12 Equitation on the Flat Rider of the Year accolades en route to becoming the first First-Team All-America honoree in program history. Not to be outdone, Caitlin Ader posted Second-Team All-America honors on the Flat, while senior Haley Jacobi was named Big 12 Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

In her first season coaching at TCU, Fiorentino led the Hunt Seat team to a No. 8 finish, which up until the 2012-13 season was the team's highest ranking going into nationals. After facing the toughest schedule to date, Fiorentino's team posted a 6-6-2 record on the year with victories over No. 1 ranked Georgia and No. 5 ranked Oklahoma State.

Fiorentino's Hunt Seat team earned numerous accolades in 2011-12, which was highlighted by standout freshman Kaitlin Perry's Honorable Mention All-America honors. Perry went 9-3-1 on the season and earned one MVP honor. In the classroom, Haley Jacobi earned First Team Academic All-America honors while Callie Selchau and senior Taylor Frederick earned Academic Honorable Mention honors.

Fiorentino came to Fort Worth following three seasons as an assistant at the University of Georgia where the program captured the Overall Team National Championship twice during her stay in 2009 and 2010. Fiorentino coached the Bulldogs to be the Hunt Seat National Champion in both 2009 and 2010. The Bulldogs were also the SEC Champions in 2009. She joined the staff after competing for the Bulldogs from 2004-2007.

Additionally, she coached the 2009 Equitation over Fences Individual National Champion, Individual Reserve National Champion, and accomplished the same feat in 2010. In 2011, Fiorentino placed two student-athletes on the First Team All-American list and the Honorable Mention All-American list for Equitation over Fences.

In 2010, Fiorentino assumed head coaching duties for the Bulldogs for three months, while UGA coach Meghan Boenig was on maternity leave. She also was responsible for all recruiting for the Hunt Seat team as well as adding more than 20 horses to the team herd, including the development of younger horses.

A native of Lloyd Harbor, New York, Fiorentino graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Georgia in 2006 with a bachelor's of science in sport business. She followed that with a master's degree in sport management in 2007. A member of the United States Equestrian Federation, Fiorentino has been a member of various NCEA steering committees since 2008.

Fiorentino married her husband, Ray Serzanin, in June 2011 and welcomed their son, Thomas, in December 2016.

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