Jordan graduated from Campbell County High School in Gillette, Wyoming in 2011. Over the course of her high school career, she was a 2X Wyoming State Champion, 3X All-State honoree, & 4X All-Conference honoree. In addition, she was selected as the Wyoming 4A Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year in both 2010 and 2011…during her senior year, she was also named a Top-40 Parade All-American and a McDonald’s All-American.
Following high school, Jordan joined Washington State University in the PAC-12 conference on a full athletic scholarship. She played for two seasons and then transferred to the University of Wyoming in the Mountain West Conference.
Jordan was named Mountain West Newcomer of the Year in 2015. She was voted team captain her senior season and was considered “the glue” to the Cowgirls. In 2016, Jordan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotions and was a member of the Mountain West All-Academic team.
After graduating Jordan moved to Denver to pursue coaching girls basketball. She started as a varsity assistant for Regis Jesuit High School. During that time, RJ made it to the final four in 2016 and state championship in 2017. Jordan also received the WBCA High School Assistant Coach of the Year award and was recognized at the 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four.
While coaching at Regis Jesuit, Jordan met PSB Denver Director, Ross Schraeder. Since meeting, Jordan has helped start a girls program in Denver. She has a passion for coaching and loves getting more girls involved playing the game she loves.
Jordan’s family still resides in Gillette, Wyoming. Her brother was a high school standout in Wyoming and was also a 2X player of the year. He attended the University of Wyoming, played on the men’s basketball team, and graduated in 2018. He now is a graduate transfer at the University of South Dakota. She also has a younger sister in her freshman year at UW.