Senior (2002-03) - Named first team all-MWC and was MWC Tournament MVP...started every game...led the team in scoring...had five blocks against Texas and tied her career-high of eight blocks in the NCAA First Round against Miami...tied her career-high with 30 points against Memphis...grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds against Memphis...named to the Holiday Inn Mountain View Invitational All-Tournament Team and was MVP for the Southwest Airlines Lobo Shootout...against Arizona she had 13 of her 17 points in the second half...was one point away from tying her career-high for the second time this season with 29 points against Weber State...Led all scorers at Utah with 24 points...recorded team-high 41 points at the MWC Championships...also grabbed 22 rebounds and made seven blocks....against Miami, recorded eight blocks to tie a career high as well as the school record of 336 set by Luc Longley (former men's program star)...With 344 blocks, she is 10th on the NCAA Division I all-time blocks list...recorded a gamehigh 27 points against the Hurricanes, giving her eight 20 or more point games this season...became the all-time school leader in blocked shots (341) against Mississippi State in the NCAA second round game...had third career doubledouble against the Lady Bulldogs with 19 points and ten rebounds.
Junior (2001-02) - Named Second Team all-Mountain West Conference for 2001-02...played in all 31 games, starting in 30...led the team in scoring at 14.0 ppg and blocks with 92...Scored her 1,000th point against Portland State...set a WNIT record with her seven blocks against Pacific.
Sophomore (2000-01) - Named Second Team all-Mountain West Conference...finished the season as the Lobos' leading scorer (14.4 ppg) and rebounder (5.5 rpg)...led the MWC in blocks...finished third in the Mountain West Conference in scoring, ninth in rebounding and seventh in free throw percentage...scored in double-figures in 28 of New Mexico's 34 games...named to the WNIT all-tournament team...in the postseason Jordan started all 7 games for UNM...she scored in double-figures in every game except the Houston game in the first round of the WNIT.
Freshman (1999-00) - Named the Mountain West Conference Newcomer of the Year...first true freshman to lead UNM in scoring since 1991-92...led the MWC in blocks...recorded first double-double of her career at No. 23 Arizona, with 16 points on 7-14 from the floor, including 1-2 from 3-point range, and 13 rebounds...put up a career-best 30 points on 13-24 from the floor, and 1- 2 from downtown against Utah.
High School - Was the Nevada High School Player of the Year as a junior...Graduated in 1999...Rated the 107th best player in the nation by the All-Star Girls report...Solid scoring from the inside, hitting 57.7% of her attempts as a junior...As a senior, averaged 17.9 ppg along with 9.8 rpg, 3.7 bpg, 2.1 apg, and 2.0 spg...All-division and all-state for three straight years...MVP all-conference of Division III of Nevada Southern...Named to the top-10 Southern Nevada High School athletes by the Las Vegas Review Journal...MVP of division tournament, Virgin Valley Tournament, Reed Gardner Basketball Tournament and Mesquite Classic Tourney.
Personal - Born May 24, 1981 in Spokane, Wash...Parents are Carla and Jeff...Has three sisters, Amanda, Bethany and Christie, along with one brother, Dan.