Lloyd is a member of the Hall of Fame inducted in 2000. His citation is below:
When Coach Tom Kibler was asked to select a Washington College all-time, all-star football team, he did not hesitate in selecting Lloyd Larmore as his center and one of his defensive backs. Lloyd was the first and greatest center to play for Coach Kibler.
Randall Cassell, a long-time sports columnist for the Baltimore Sun who covered the college sports beat of that era, described Lloyd in the following manner: “Lloyd Larmore topped all the centers who’ve played at Washington. He carried good weight, was hard as nails, a good passer from center and a shrewd man on forward pass defense. He possessed unusual football intelligence and Kibler claims he easily outranks any other snapperback who has worn the Maroon and Black of the Sho’ college”.
Lloyd was also a member of the strong basketball and baseball squads of 1915 and 1916, starting as a forward in basketball and as an outfielder in baseball. Upon graduation, Lloyd received the Buckley Cup for Athletics and Scholarship.
Lloyd completed his post-graduate work at the University of Maryland and taught mathematics at Wicomico High School in Salisbury, Md. until 1917 when he enlisted in the Army. He served during World War I, and was discharged as a 2nd Lieutenant. Upon his return to Maryland, Lloyd was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates, serving during the 1920 session.
From 1921 until his retirement, Lloyd served as teacher and principal of the Hurlock (Md.) High School, principal of National Park (N.J.) High School, principal of Sharptown (Md.) High School and culminated his career in 1948 as principal of Hebron (Md.) High School. In addition to his teaching and administrative duties, he also coached many athletic teams.
Washington College is proud and honored to induct Lloyd Larmore into its Athletic Hall of Fame on this 21st day of October, 2000.