As of 5/5/22.
Tommy Lloyd was selected to serve as a court coach for the 2022 USA Basketball U18 Men’s National Team during training camp in Houston.
He recently completed his first season as head coach at the University of Arizona, where he led the program to a 33-4 record that included Pac-12 regular season and tournament championships.
Lloyd is the first Arizona coach to ever be named National Coach of the Year by the AP. He also garnered Pac-12 Coach of the Year honors.
Lloyd’s 33 wins in his first season as head coach is one win shy of the NCAA record of 34, held by UNC’s Bill Guthridge (1998). Arizona also became the first team in Pac-12 history to win 18 conference games during the regular season.
Before taking over Arizona, Lloyd was on staff at Gonzaga University for 22 seasons, serving as an assistant coach for 20 under Mark Few.
During his tenure, Gonzaga posted a 578-109 record, reaching the NCAA Tournament every year. The program made the Elite Eight twice and the Sweet 16 four times during that stretch.
Lloyd attended Walla Walla Community College for two seasons and was an All-Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges All-East Region selection in 1995.
Lloyd finished his career at Whitman College, earning his degree in biology.
He played professionally in Brisbane, Australia, in 1997 and Dusseldorf, Germany, in 1999.