As Janet embarks on her 20th season atop the softball program at Chapman, she stands alone atop the Panthers' leaderboard for all-time coaching wins. She recorded her 535th career victory n March 16, 2013, surpassing her father Lisle as Chapman's all-time winningest coach. Janet and her dad (who passed away in 2002) have amassed over 1,000 head coaching wins in 31 years as a tandem.
After becoming co-head coach in 1995, then assuming sole responsibility in 1999, the Panthers developed a reputation as one of the top Division III programs in the nation. Chapman made the playoffs 12 times in a 14-year span (1995-2008), earning seven regional championships and a national championship (1995) along the way. Twice (2003 and '05) Lloyd and her staff have been named West Region Coaching Staff of the Year. The accomplishments of Janet's players are staggering: 78 All-Region selections, 23 All-Americans, 25 Academic All-District selections and three Academic All-Americans.
In 2013, the Panthers entered new territory as they joined the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Lloyd's team did not miss a beat, posting a 24-16 record that included a 17-11 conference record that ranked third.
Janet came to Chapman as a player in 1983, transferring from Cal State Fullerton, then joined the coaching staff full-time in 1985 as an assistant to her father, Lisle. She earned All-America honors at Fullerton, leading the nation in home runs two straight seasons and leading the Titans to a third-place finish in the College World Series. She still ranks ninth in Titans history with a .481 career slugging percentage and her 15 home runs in 1981 are second most in a single-season. During her playing days at Chapman, she was also named to the All-America team.