Athletics

Intercollegiate Athletics

Alice Lloyd College is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC). The conference includes teams from Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, and Missouri. Student-athletes at Alice Lloyd College must be in compliance with all College and NAIA guidelines for eligibility.

Student-athletes must pass a minimum of 24 hours of coursework during their last two terms of attendance, and must demonstrate progression toward a degree in accordance to College and NAIA regulations.

Currently, an entering freshman must be in compliance with at least two of the three following academic standards to be eligible during the first year of college: a minimum 18 ACT composite; a minimum 2.0 GPA; and a top 50 percentile ranking in their graduating class.

Student-athletes must also be in good social standing with the College in order to participate in intercollegiate athletics. Student-athletes are expected to sign an agreement to comply with Alice Lloyd College's policy on alcohol and drug usage.

Men's Varsity Basketball: Membership in the NAIA and KIAC provides eligibility for post-season tournaments and promotes inter-conference competition. Non-conference teams are also included in the schedule. Junior varsity competition is scheduled with junior varsity teams and junior college teams in the area.

Women's Varsity Basketball: Membership in the NAIA and KIAC provides eligibility for post-season tournaments and promotes inter-conference competition. Non-conference teams are also included in the schedule.

Baseball: The baseball team plays active conference and non-conference contests during the regular season. A spring trip south is usually included in the schedule. Junior varsity competition is scheduled with other junior varsity and junior college teams.

Softball (Women's): Softball competition is scheduled among member KIAC teams and other non-conference opponents in the spring each year.

Cross Country (Men's and Women's): The cross country teams participate in both conference and non-conference meets during the fall semester.

Cheerleading: Cheerleading is available for students desiring an opportunity to be involved with the College basketball program.