Lundyn Coffman

#3 Lundyn Coffman

HT. 6'0"
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Nolensville, Tenn.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL Nolensville High School

2022 (Senior): Appeared in 28 matches with 26 starts ... Played in 88 sets ... Had a career season worthy of first team all-conference honors, leading the Bucs and ranking atop the Southern Conference with 1.25 blocks per set during conference play ... Finished with a team-high 98 blocks for 1.08 per set — ranked third in the SoCon — with just 17 blocking errors all season ... Set career-highs in blocks per set, points, service aces and kills ... Tallied 250 points to rank second on the team, adding 173 kills and 1.90 kills per set to rank fourth on the team in total kills ... Had the highest hitting percentage among Bucs with at least 100 kills with a .275 percentage ... Had 21 service aces and a .910 serve percentage ... Was named SoCon Defensive Player of the Week on October 3 after recording 10 blocks over two matches against Samford and Mercer to go with 15 kills and five digs ... Had a career-high nine blocks in a four-set win over Western Carolina late in the season ... Had five matches with double-digit kills, including four in a row against Mercer, WCU, UNCG and Chattanooga to open the month of October ... Had a career-high 16 kills on 29 attacks against Chattanooga in that stretch ... Also had 14 kills against UNCG on Senior Day, helping ETSU clinch the regular season conference championship ... Had 14 matches where she hit above .300, including a perfect 3-for-3 day against The Citadel ... Had at least five kills in 18 of her 28 matches ... 2022 First Team All-SoCon Selection ... SoCon Defensive Player of the Week (10/3).

Fall 2021 (Junior): Appeared and started the first 24 matches of the season before being sidelined with an injury ... Despite not playing the last four matches, Coffman still led the team with 65 blocks, 14 of which were solo. Her 14 solo blocks are a career-high in a season ... Coffman finished fourth in kills with 137, also a career-high in a season, with 1.63 kills/set on .180 hitting ... Posted a career-high eight blocks (two solo, six assists) in the sweep over NC State in the second match of the season ... Recorded her first double-digit kill performance of the season against Old Dominion (10-2-21) (Sept. 3) ... Finished third on the team in aces with 20, a career-high in a season ... Recorded six total aces in two matches against The Citadel.

Spring 2021 (Sophomore)*: Appeared in 13 matches with four starts in a season where ETSU only played in SoCon contests due to COVID-19 … Recorded three service aces, 16 kills and 11 blocks on the season … Registered a season-best .750 hitting percentage with three kills on four attempts at Western Carolina (Feb. 28).

2019 Season (Freshman): Started all 35 matches ... Played in 113 sets ... Made collegiate debut at Jacksonville State on Aug. 30 ... Recorded 10 blocks against Georgia State (Sept. 14) ... Set career high with 13 kills vs UNCG (Nov. 22) in SoCon Quarterfinals ... Tallied third-best hitting percentage in program history in that match (.765) ... Concluded year with a .259 attack clip and 100 blocks... Named to UAB Invite All-Tournament Team.

Prior to ETSU: Prepped and started for three years at Nolensville High School in Nolensville, Tennessee ... District champions in 2016, 2017 and 2018 … District Tournament MVP in 2017 and 2018 … JVA Watchlist in 2018 … Willco Athletic Award Volleyball Player of the Year nominee in 2018 and 2019.

Personal: Born on Aug. 16, 2001 ... Daughter of Kevin Dyson and Chera Coffman ... Her father, Kevin, played for the Tennessee Titans from 1998-2002 ... Chose ETSU because of the area, the players and the team atmosphere … Majoring in Media and Communication ... Interns with the ETSU Athletics Communications office with gameday tasks including official scoring duties for baseball and social media posting and video clipping for basketball games ... Also took initiative on helping organize, promote and monitor ETSU's "Volleyball Instagram Takeovers" in the off-season.


* Played conference only schedule due to COVID-19 pandemic