Alice Lloyd College, a longstanding member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), will also become a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) beginning July 1, 2015.
The Alice Lloyd Eagles traveled to Wilmore to battle the Asbury University Eagles on Monday, in a matchup that was postponed due to the recent snow storm. The contest was important, as it would determine seeding for the up-and-coming KIAC Conference Tournament scheduled to begin on Wednesday. The two combatants were tied at intermission, before the hosts prevailed by a score of 74-64.
The 2015 KIAC Men’s Basketball Tournament is set to begin February 25. The top 4 teams from the north and south divisions advanced to the tournament. All quarterfinal games will be played at the top seed on Wednesday, February 25. The winners will advance to the semifinals on February 28...
Junior forward Tyler Rogers showed Coach JR Hammond and the fans some love on Valentine’s Day by registering a double-double to help propel the Alice Lloyd Eagles to a convincing 67-58 victory over the Brescia University Bearcats. The important KIAC showdown was played Saturday afternoon at the Grady Nutt Athletic Center.
The Alice Lloyd Eagles saw four players crack double figure scoring, and earned a key 76-72 victory over the division leading Asbury University Eagles on Saturday. The conference matchup took place at the Grady Nutt Athletic Center.
The Alice Lloyd Eagles returned to the Grady Nutt Athletic Center on Friday to face the defending conference champion Cincinnati Christian University Eagles. The visitors controlled the contest to earn a 78-60 victory.
The Alice Lloyd Eagles journeyed to Indiana over the weekend to face the Indiana University- Kokomo Cougars on Saturday and played Sunday in Richmond against the Indiana University- East Red Wolves. Both contests were KIAC conference match-ups.