Louisa, Ky. — Kaison Ward a senior basketball star for the Lawrence Co. Bulldogs signed on the dotted line to play at Alice Lloyd College last week.
Kendal Ward, Kenny Ward, Kaison Ward, Katina Ward, Kyleah Ward
In her junior season Ward helped lead the Bulldogs to a 30-6 record District and Region titles along with the schools first ever trip to the State Tournament at Rupp Arena.
Ward averaged 8.1 points per game, 5.3 rebounds per game, and knocked down a team high 56 three pointers last season.
Alice Lloyd is coached by John Mills and went 20-11 overall and 11-6 in the River States Conference.
Kaison with her teammates and coaches
Lawrence Co. Senior Kyleah Ward
“… When I first toured Alice Lloyd I swore up and down that I would never attend ALC or better yet follow in my sisters footsteps. During my recruiting process I encountered many different programs and campuses however none of which gave me joy like the little campus on Caney Creek. Something that stood out to me on my visit was when I would walk down campus with my tour guide and everyone noticed everyone, professors would eat lunch with their students, and everything you could possibly imagine needing was right at your fingertips. Alice Lloyd felt more like a home on that tour than any other campus I had seen. It was in that moment that I realized it was the perfect place for me to continue my education and start my future.”
“… I’m really excited, I know that we will have a lot of stepping up to do. But I know that our team will come together and work together and get another regional championship under our belt!”
“… I’d like to thank God, my parents, my family, teammates, and my coaches for pushing me to be where I am today. You’ll will never be forgotten!!”
Lawrence Co. Head Coach Melinda Feltner
“… We’re very excited for Kaison. She’s an amazing young lady and has been such a big part of all the great things we’ve been able to accomplish here in the last 5 years. She’s helped us win 4 consecutive district titles, a region runner up, 2A sectional championship, and also our first regional championship. She’s had a great career here and I know she’s going to do amazing things at Alice Lloyd College. We’re very excited for her future. “