2011 ALL-ODAC THIRD TEAM
Junior (2011): Played in 109 games and all 31 matches… was second on the team in kills with 237 and averaged 2.17 kills per set… had 38 digs… led the team in total blocks with 72… was named to the All-ODAC Third Team.
Sophomore (2010): Played in 87 games and all 29 matches…killed 181 balls, 32 digs, and led the team with 43 blocks…had the second most kills in a match with 15 against Roanoke and twice tying team high five blocks in one match against Emory University and Randolph.
Freshman (2009): Among the best middle hitters in the conference as a freshman . . . immediate starter for the Hornets, thanks to her great leaping ability and length . . . will become one of the best middle hitters to play at Lynchburg . . . strong net presence . . . played in all 28 matches, getting into all but one game . . . her 218 kills was third best on the team . . . .394 hitting percentage was best in the ODAC and seventh nationally . . . had the best hitting percentage of any qualifying freshman in the nation . . . led the Hornets with 87 blocks, which was tied for sixth in the league . . . had a season-high 15 kills in a win over NC Wesleyan early in the season . . . nine double-digit kill contests this year.
Before LC: Earned all-conference and all-state honors as a co-captain . . . led the team in digs and kills also an all-conference performer as a junior . . . helped lead the Patriots to the state championship in each of her last three seasons . . . career record at Coventry was 93-1 . . . alos ran indoor track.
Personal: The daughter of Richard and Mary Loftis.
Why I Chose LC: "I chose Lynchburg College because I liked the location, campus and the volleyball program. The small campus made it easy to transition from high school and the small classes allowed me to have a better connection with my teacher. The volleyball team has close relationships with each other and their program was continuing to grow. Overall LC is a welcoming community where I seemed to fit."