His senior year football season will go down in the books as something Terence Loville ‘20 will never forget. The varsity football team made it to the state championships for the third time in four years.
The six-foot, 185-pound wide receiver has committed to play football at San Jose State University in the fall, one of 11 Padre athletes to be recruited and signed by colleges this year.
An all-around athlete, Terence played football all four years at Serra, as well as basketball freshman year and baseball as a freshman and sophomore and track and field as a junior and senior.
Terence’s 2019 football season was one to remember for the WCAL, CCS and Nor Cal champion. The first team WCAL all-leaguer earned his way into the Serra record books, setting the school record for most yards receiving in a season with 1,075. Terence said he holds this achievement as his greatest accomplishment to date.
In addition, he took over the career yardage lead with 1664 yards on 81 receptions. This past season, Terence also had a 94 yard kickoff return against Pittsburg and a critical 28 yard interception return for a touchdown in the Nor Cal Championship victory over San Joaquin Memorial.
The speedster similarly made his mark as a member of the Serra track team. As a junior he was a member of the 4x400 meter relay team that won the WCAL championship.
Terence holds many memories from his years at Serra but one of his favorites is, “giving Coach Bell buckets in the Jungle Game rally.”
Terence hopes to study nutrition at San Jose State.
He is grateful to family, and said, “Lymoe Mom Dukes, you’re the reason I made it this far… R.I.P MMW.”
In 10 years, Terence said you will find him “in a nice crib, with a nice wife, and a nice check.”
Congratulations, Terence, you have done so well! Best of luck as a San Jose Spartan!