Former Wildcat returns to alma mater after standout playing career
"When the assistant’s position came open I immediately contacted Tom,” Berkowitz said. “I knew he was the perfect guy for the job. With Tom’s experience playing in the Pac-10 as well as coaching on the professional tour, I believe he will be a great influence on our team."
”I look forward to working with Tad not only in the upcoming season, but for many seasons to come,” said Lloyd. “I am very happy and excited to be
Lloyd, 25, garnered many accolades and distinctions as a Wildcat. As a four-time letterwinner (1999-2002, 2003-04), Lloyd was voted team captain three of those seasons (2001, ?'02, ?'04). In 2002, along with teammate Colin O'Grady, the pair won the Pac-10 Men’s Doubles Invitational Tournament. Lloyd won 52 singles matches and 33 doubles matches during his career in
In addition to his on-court honors, Lloyd boosts two Mary Roby Academic Achievement Awards (2000, 2003), the C.A.T.S. award in 2004, as well as being a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board for two years.
“Tom will be a Wildcat for life. The pride and passion he has for our University is second to none,” noted Berkowitz.
In 2004, Lloyd earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management from the
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