Earl Lloyd was named to the NAIA Silver and Golden Anniversary Teams.
The newly constructed basketball court at T. C. Williams High School in Lloyd’s home town of Alexandria, Virginia, was named in his honor.
Moonfixer: The Basketball Journey of Earl Lloyd, was released. Lloyd wrote this biography with Syracuse area writer, Sean Kirst.
Along with fellow basketball player Alonzo Mourning, was one of eight Virginians honored in the Library of Virginia’s “Strong Men & Women in Virginia History” because of his contributions to the sport of basketball.
Died February 28 in Crossville, Tennessee.
National Campaign for The Earl Lloyd Postage Stamp began.