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Regan Lough
Regan  Lough


Riverside, Calif.

High School:
Martin Luther King



2016: Immediately stepped into the libero role and excelled as a first-year player, especially in BIG EAST matches…Her dig/set ration ranks the ninth best single-season mark in program history… Finished fourth overall (highest non-senior) in the BIG EAST digs per set, averaging 4.14 per set…Led the BIG EAST in digs/set in conference matches, averaging 4.88 per set, more than three-time BIG EAST Libero of the Year Tessa Fournier… Three-Time BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (9/26, 11/7, 11/21)… Landed on the BIG EAST Honor Roll once (10/17)… Recorded double-figures in digs in 22 matches, including the final 12 matches  of the season… Reached the 20-dig mark in eight matches… Tallied a season-high 28 digs (4 sets) against Providence (11/18) and topped that performance in the same weekend by registering 32 digs (5 sets) against nationally-ranked and eventual elite eight bound Creighton… Ranked second on the team in both assists (83) and service aces (25)…

Helped the Wolves qualify for the playoffs all four years… Named 2015 Under Armour All-American Honorable Mention… Two-time All-Big VIII First Team selection… Two-time All-Inland Area First Team… Broke the Inland Empire record for digs in a season (662) and digs in a career (1,924)… Earned All-Big VIII Academic Team honors in 2012 and 2014… Earned PrepVolleyball All-American High Honorable Mention honors as a member of Rancho Valley Volleyball club team… Was a scholar-athlete all four years… Volunteered as an Officer for Peers Always Working Side by Side (P.A.W.S.S.), along with Associated Student Body (A.S.B) and was a Link Crew Leader.

PERSONAL: Born 7/3/98 in Sandpoint, Idaho… Youngest of two children of Robert and Sondra Lough… Has an older brother, Nicholas (23)… Mother was a defensive specialist/setter at Boise State and coached Regan at Martin Luther King High… Father played quarterback for Redlands University… Undecided on a major… Chose to attend Villanova because of its high quality of academics and athletics, along with the support of the campus community.