It was a product of the person. I think it says a lot about the caliber of athlete she is and it says a lot about just the caliber of person she is too, Brown said. She does everything she can to be as good as she can and is willing to do what it takes. For example: Following her ACL surgery, she still traveled with the team. Then, she rehabbed and got back in time to finish out the cross country season. Even going through that and being on crutches she worked as a manager for us just to still be a part of the track team, Brown said. Then, the next fall, she got back into cross country the last three weeks of the season, was able to get eligible and was able to run the last few meets for us. In all honesty, she was one of the main reasons we won the first conference championship. Not because she placed real high but because she got out there and ran and finished. Lloyd isn’t sure what she wants to major in at Culver-Stockton, but she said it will be something in the medical field because she loves helping people and seeing people get better. Well, if anyone knows about getting back into the saddle following an injury, it’s Lloyd. With all the curveballs life has thrown her, how does she do it?
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