Oshawa Sports Hall of Fame - Our Mission

The objective of the Oshawa Sports Hall of Fame is to recognize and honour the achievements of Oshawa individuals and teams who have attained prominence and distinction in sports as well as those who have made a major contribution to the development of sport.

Located inside the Tribute Communities Centre, the Sports Hall of Fame plaques and citations are displayed on the main level walls. The 3600 square foot Museum housing artifacts, memorabilia and photographs is also located on this level at the west end behind Section 119. The new Museum location opened officially in the spring of 2008.

Featured Inductee: Terry Thomas Lloyd - Lacrosse

Year Inducted: 2006
Home Town: Oshawa

Terry Thomas Lloyd

More about Terry Thomas Lloyd:
Terry Lloyd has distinguished himself as one of the finest athletes and builders of both box and field lacrosse in Oshawa. After graduating from Oshawa's minor lacrosse ranks in the 1960's, Terry went on to play four seasons with the Oshawa Jr. Green Gaels before turning pro in 1974 with the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League. In his two seasons with the Wings, he scored 190 goals, including a league leading 113 goals in 1975. Terry returned to Ontario to finish his playing days in the Ontario Lacrosse Association's Major Series, first with the Brooklin Redmen, and then the Peterborough Lakers with whom he helped capture a Mann Cup in 1984. As a builder, Terry has continued to show his passion and commitment to the sport. He co-founded the renowned Oshawa Blue Knights Field Lacrosse program. For more than 20 years, he has been the driving force behind one of the most successful sport organizations in Canada capturing 61 provincial and 7 national field lacrosse championships at various age levels. Terry has served as director and manager of Canada's National Junior Field Lacrosse team at four world championships between 1988 and 2003.

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