Bahamian swimmer Keith Lloyd was among the first swimmers in a competitive meet in the US collegiate system. His Delta State University challenged the University of Alabama in Alabama on Friday September 9.
In the 400 yard medley relay his Statesmen B team was the 6th fastest on the day with a time of 3:38.87. The 6ft Junior was 7th in the 100 yard backstroke in 58.10.In the 100 yard butterfly he was 12th fastest in a time of 55.68. In the 400 yard freestyle his A team had won with a time 3:10.94. Alabama won the contest 211 to 83.
Over the summer he combined with his Barracudas teammates to set a new national record of 1:34.77 in the 200 metre freestyle relay at the 2016 RBC Nationals Championships.