|Hometown:||Kansas City, MO|
2009: Team captain… Started 16 games… Tallied an assist in the victory over St. Francis, N.Y… Named to the all-tournament team at the Brown Classic… Recipient of the team’s Walter Leemann Trophy, awarded to that senior member of the varsity team who, by sportsmanship and team play, upholds the ideals of former Yale coach Walter Leemann… Academic All-Ivy selection.
2008: One of only three players to start all 17 games... Tied for second on the team with three assists... Tied for fifth in points (5)... Only goal of the season was the game-winner in season opener against Maine.
2007: Honorable mention All-Ivy selection... All three of his points came in Ivy games... His only goal was the game-winner in Yale's victory over Columbia... Had an assist in the game at Penn.
2006: Started 10 games, the most of any freshman... Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring the winning goal in the 82nd minute against Princeton. It was his first career goal.
Before Yale: A 2005 NSCAA All-Midwest Region selection at Rockhurst High School. Earned first team all-state, all-district and all-metro honors and was the recipient of the Golden Boot award, presented by the team to the person who most exemplifies leadership, character and ability... Played club soccer for the K.C. Legends, which was the first non European team to win the Ian Rush Tournament in Wales... Legends' leading scorer.
Personal: The second member of his family to play soccer at Yale. His older brother Ryan was captain of the 2004 Bulldogs and played professionally in Sweden. Jordan's older sister, Jillian, played soccer at Columbia before graduating in 2007. His younger sister, Alison, also played at Columbia's soccer team (Class of 2011).