Selected third overall by the Mammoth in the 2013 NLL Entry Draft,
becoming the first goaltender to be drafted in the top three since
Gee Nash (2nd overall) in 1999.
- Two-time Mammoth MVP (2017, 2018).
- Three-time NLL All-Pro selection (2016-2018).
- Two-time FIL All-World Team selection (2014, 2018), two-time FIL Outstanding Goalie (2014, 2018), FIL MVP in 2014.
- Won gold with Team Canada at the 2019 FIL World Indoor Championship
- Won silver with Team Canada at the 2018 FIL World Championship,
- Won gold with Team Canada at the 2014 FIL World Championship.
- 2017 NLL Goaltender of the Year.
- Named to the NLL All-Rookie Team in 2014.
- First All-American in Bellarmine lacrosse history
2019 (Colorado): Had the second-lowest goals against (174) among NLL starting goaltenders, holding opponents under 10 goals in six regular-season games, and holding Calgary to just 8 goals in the lowest-scoring West Division Final since 2009…2018 (Colorado): Recorded career highs in minutes played (981:41), wins (10) and saves (645)…Allowed the second-least goals (181) among NLL goaltenders who appeared in 18 games…2017 (Colorado): Finished the season second in save percentage (.793) among NLL goaltenders who played more than 200 minutes, three-thousandths behind the leader…Finished second in goals against-average (10.89), seven-hundredths shy of the top spot… Set a single-game record in saves (56) against Saskatchewan which resulted in an 8-7 Mammoth loss; Ward was named First Star of the game…2016 (Colorado): Led the NLL with an .800 save percentage…His 10.33 goals-against average (2nd in the NLL) was three-hundredths from the League lead… Didn’t record a losing decision during a span of more than two months, from the February 13 win against Calgary to the April 15 loss against Saskatchewan…2015 (Colorado): Led the NLL with a save percentage of 0.800 2014: Made his NLL debut against Vancouver on January 4, playing 40:46 minutes, making 30 saves on 38 shots. The Mammoth won 13-12.