#10 Lloyd Virgill
Pos: MF
Height: 5-9
Weight: 160
Year: SR
Major: Biblical Studies
Parents: Roberto & Sonia
Birthday: December 23
Hometown: Canoga Park, CA
High School: El Camino Real
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2016:  A vital part of the squad’s offensive attack, the senior needs to build on an outstanding junior campaign with dedication and even more urgency to score…a very talented striker with great quickness, smooth skills, and a penchant for finishing…will play primarily up front where he excels in one-on-one matchups while collaborating well with teammates to create scoring opportunities…expected to exploit opposing defenses with a lethal offensive game.

2015:  Enjoying a breakout campaign, the junior forward developed into one of the club’s primary scoring threats…his 10 goals and 22 points, both career-highs, were second on the squad…scored his first goal of the season in a 2-1 victory over the University of Great Falls on 8/21/15…notched a hat trick vs. St. Katherine on 9/10/15, scoring a career-best six points in the process…his last-minute goal (89:28) vs. Menlo on 10/15/15 tied the match that ended 1-1…his second game-winning goal of the season 2:59 into the second overtime beat Hope International in the regular-season finale on 10/31/15…scored the club’s only goal in a 2-1 loss to Vanguard in a GSAC Tournament semi-final on 11/12/15.  

2014:  After making adjustments through the first half of his initial season on the team, he became a facilitator and a solid scoring option, finishing with eight points on two goals and four assists…his first point in a TMC uniform was an assist vs. Marymount on 8/26/14…enjoyed a scoring surge in an eight-day stretch in October when he combined for two goals and two assists…tallied his first collegiate goal vs. Arizona Christian on 10/18/15 and then followed that up a week later with his other goal vs. Concordia…assisted on both goals in a 2-1 edging of Johnson & Wales on 10/23/14.

2013:  Redshirted

Moorpark College: Played one year for the Raiders.

El Camino Real HS: A three-year varsity performer for the Conquistadors, he started two seasons at center forward.