Athletic Hall of Fame
Lloyd Lacy - 2005
Lacy came to Southwestern in 1965 as a 22-year old freshman from East St. Louis, Illinois after serving four years in the U.S. Air Force. His arrival brought about instant success to SWOSU’s men’s basketball program. Teaming with Archie McGill, the two provided a potent one-two scoring punch. Lacy ended his career with 1,599 points – second most in school history. During his sophomore year, SWOSU achieved its first-ever No. 1 ranking in the NAIA National poll. The Bulldogs finished 1966 with a 23-5 mark and were eliminated in the conference finals by the Al Tucker-led Oklahoma Baptist University Bioson.
Two years later in 1968, Lacy and the Bulldogs qualified for the NAIA tournament for the first time in 15 years. The smooth shooting center averaged a career best 20.4 points per game that year. Lacy went on to work 17 years for Conoco Oil Company before leaving to start his own business in 1989. Currently, He is the President and Founder of Quantum Energy Resources, Inc. which specializes in oil and gas marketing.