Richard R. Lloyd
Richard R. Lloyd
Team: Basketball

Richard R. Lloyd ’92
Sport:
Basketball
Year Inducted: 2005

Rick Lloyd ’92 completed his Brown career as the Bears’ fourth all-time career scorer with 1,294 points.  A two-year team captain, Lloyd graduated from Brown summa cum laude and was a three-time Academic All-American.  He ranked third in all-time career assists with 379, and was named to All-Tournament teams at the Pepsi-Marist Classic and the Arizona State Tribune Classic. 

Lloyd also held the Brown career mark for three-point field goals with 201 treys, which ranked fourth in the Ivy League record book.  He was the recipient of the Woody Grimshaw Award in 1990, presented to the Brown team member showing the most positive attitude and the best spirit, and won the J. Richmond Fales trophy as MVP of the Brown team in 1992.
Lloyd led Brown in scoring as a senior in 1991-92, averaging 14.1 points per game. He scored a career-high 29 points in the Bears’ stunning 71-69 victory over cross-town rival Providence College. Lloyd was an All-Ivy Honorable Mention selection as a junior and a senior.
A hard-nosed player who only played at 100 percent, Lloyd was cited in Sports Illustrated for his intensity in diving for a loose ball in a loss to Kansas at Allen Field House in 1989, ending up under the press table.
Lloyd received a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in Business Economics and Organizational Behavior and Management from Brown in 1992. He went on to play professionally in England, where he was voted team MVP of the Manchester Giants of the English Premier League, averaging 21 points per game.

Upon returning to the U.S., Lloyd accepted a position with the Money Store Investment Corporation in Boston. In 1995, Lloyd left The Money Store in order to pursue a Masters in Business Administration at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated in 1997 with an MBA in Finance and Marketing.

From there, Lloyd joined McKinsey & Company, an international management consulting firm in Florham Park, NJ. After nearly six years, Lloyd left McKinsey in 2002 to accept a position with Novartis Consumer Health in Parsippany, New Jersey. Lloyd is currently the Vice President & Global Brand Head at Novartis where he is responsible for strategy and marketing of the company’s smoking control products.

Rick and his wife, Dana, have been married since 1996 and have twin three-year old daughters, Kameron and Delaney.