2011 || Junior
Named to West Point Challenge All-Tournament Team...posted a .444 hitting percentage with 2.40 kills per set and 1.20 blocks per set during West Point event...tallied a season-high 10 kills and five total blocks in four-set win over Dartmouth...followed with nine-kill effort at Army...has at least five kills in eight matches this season...hit .400 or higher in seven of those eight matches...tallied eight kills and season-high six total kills in SEC opener at Alabama...had five kills in three sets out of the middle at Ole Miss....matched her season high with six total blocks in sweep of Mississippi State...had season-high 10 kills and three total blocks in four-set match against Kentucky...tallied a season-high 21 attempts in the match against the Wildcats...came in off the bench to supply seven kills and four total blocks against Georgia...notched a .429 (7-1-14) hitting percentage against the Bulldogs...continued strong support off the bench with six kills, a .417 hitting percentage and five total blocks in three-set win at Auburn...had three kills at No. 16 Kentucky.
2010 || Sophomore
Looking for a spark in the middle, the Razorbacks called on Torres-Lopez during the Middle Tennessee Invitational. She made her first start of the season against Alabama-Birmingham and responded with a career-best 11 total blocks, the first double-digit block performance by a Razorback since the 2007 season. Torres-Lopez was inserted into Arkansas' starting line for the rest of the season. She led the team and finished eighth in the SEC with 1.03 blocks per set. Offensively, she was third on the team with 1.94 kills per set. She had four matches with double-digit kill figures, all four coming during the SEC season. In consecutive matches, she tallied 12 and 11 kills against Auburn (Sept. 19) and Mississippi State (Sept. 24), respectively. In the Razorbacks' upset bid against No. 22 Tennessee (Oct. 8), Torres-Lopez had eight kills, two service aces, three digs and five total blocks. She helped Arkansas to a four-set home victory Ole Miss (Nov. 5) with 15 kills at a .429 clip. She turned in a career-best offensive performance against South Carolina (Nov. 21), leading the Razorbacks to a four-set win with 22 kills, a .556 hitting percentage and four total blocks. In the season finale against No. 17 LSU (Nov. 24), Torres-Lopez closed out the year with eight kills. She played in 25 matches during the season and made 21 starts.
2009 || Freshman
In the mix as one of the Hogs' three primary middle hitters, Torres-Lopez emerged as a dangerous blocking threat. She led the team with 0.77 blocks per set and posted at least four total blocks in 10 matches. She opened the season with five kills, six total blocks and two service aces against TCU. In her first home match, Torres-Lopez had a career-best seven total blocks against UT-Arlington. She put down six kills in as many attempts for a 1.000 hitting percentage against East Carolina. In Arkansas' conference opener, she had four kills and four total blocks against South Carolina (Sept. 18). Torres-Lopez tallied a career-high eight kills with three total blocks against Auburn (Oct. 4). In the team's second meeting with Tennessee (Nov. 1), she put up six total blocks as Arkansas had a season-high 13.5 blocks in the match.
Prior to Arkansas
The Salinas, Puerto Rico, native joined the Razorbacks from Guamani Private School. As a high school senior, Torres-Lopez helped her team win the conference title and a seventh-place ranking while earning All-Star team honors. A tournament MVP on numerous occasions, she also competed for the Puerto Rico Junior National Team. In the summer of 2006, Torres-Lopez represented Puerto Rico at the Youth NORCECA Tournament as the team won the bronze medal. She was a participant at the 2007 Junior World Championship in Baja California, Mexico, and paced Puerto Rico to a fourth-place finish at the 2008 NORCECA Tournament in Saltillo, Mexico.
Born July 9, 1991, Janeliss Samir Torres-Lopez is the older of two children to Lourdes M. Lopez Ortiz and Juan J. Torres Garcia. She has a younger sister, Jailene.