|League||West Coast Conference|
|Born||December 21, 1974|
|Listed height||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|Listed weight||190 lb (86 kg)|
|High school||Kelso (Kelso, Washington)|
|2000-2001||Gonzaga (admin. asst.)|
Lloyd was born in Kelso, Washington and attended Kelso High School where he graduated in 1993. His senior year he led the Hilanders to a 21-4 record and to the WIAA state 4A tournament for the first time in 15 years. He began his collegiate career at Walla Walla Community College in Walla Walla, Washington where he plays two years. His 52 points against Treasure Valley Community College still stands as the record for the most points scored in a single game. During his sophomore season, he averaged over 20 points-per-game and was selected to the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Eastern All-Star team. After graduating from WWCC, he transferred to Colorado State University-Pueblo. After one season, he returned to Walla Walla to play his senior season at Whitman College. He graduated from Whitman College in 1998.
Tommy played professionally in Australia and Germany.
Tommy joined the Gonzaga men's basketball staff as an administrative assistant in 2000. The following year, he became an assistant coach under head coach Mark Few. Lloyd has become Gonzaga's key international recruiter, bringing in players like former Gonzaga Bulldogs Mario Kasun (Croatia), Ronny Turiaf (France), J.P. Batista (Brazil), Abdullahi Kuso (Nigeria), Robert Sacre (Canada), Kelly Olynyk (Canada), Elias Harris (Germany), Kevin Pangos (Canada), Przemek Karnowski (Poland), Domantas Sabonis (Lithuania), and Rui Hachimura (Japan), as well as current Gonzaga players Killian Tillie (France), Joël Ayayi (France), Filip Petru?ev (Serbia), Martynas Arlauskas (Lithuania), Pavel Zakharov (Russia), and Oumar Ballo (Mali). Lloyd has also been integral in developing NBA players for Gonzaga like Turiaf, Adam Morrison, Jeremy Pargo, Austin Daye, Sacre, Olynyk, Kyle Wiltjer, Sabonis, Zach Collins, Hachimura, and Brandon Clarke.