2005-06 (Sophomore) - Was 23-12 on the season in singles and 23-8 in doubles ... Owns dual match records of 21-11 (singles) and 18-8 (doubles) ... Saw action at No. 3 doubles where he and fellow rookie David Galic were 12-2 including four victories in the NCAA Championships ... Posted a 4-1 Big 12 record in doubles... Won eight straight singles matches between Feb. 17 and March 10, was 6-0 at No. 3 and 2-0 at No. 4 during that span ... Clinched Baylor's NCAA Championships quarterfinal match with Stanford with a three-set tiebreaker win over 66th-ranked James Wan ... 2006 Academic All-Big 12 (second team) selection ... Named to the Spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Fall 2004 (Freshman) - Did not play, transferred to Baylor, January 2005.
Prior to Baylor - Advanced to the quarterfinals at Junior Wimbledon in 2004 ... Played in Davis Cup for New Zealand in 2004 ... Played in all Junior Grand Slam events ... Ranked in top 25 in the ITF World Junior Rankings.
Personal - Full name is William Ian Ward ... Born March 4, 1986, in Auckland, New Zealand ... Son of Ian and Margaret Ward ... Lists soccer as his hobby ... Major is undecided.
Singles - 23-12, 21-11 in dual matches
Doubles - 23-15, 14-11 in dual matches