Jordan Chudacoff
Jordan  Chudacoff


Highland Park, Ill.

High School:
New Trier/Lawrenceville

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 215



Hoyas Complete Successful Summer Collegiate Baseball Seasons

Brent Killam had nine saves and a 0.37 ERA to help St. Cloud with the Northwoods League title


Six Hoyas Receive Their Degrees in Special Commencement Ceremony


Xavier Tops Baseball For Second-Straight Game

Beau Hall became the 26th member of the 150-hit club


Baseball Falters at UMBC

Zach Racusin finished with three hits and four RBI


Hoyas Roll to 13-6 Victory Over Butler

The Hoyas celebrated Senior Day prior to the game


Baseball Commencement Ceremonies - 5/22/17

Baseball Commencement Ceremonies - 5/22/17


Georgetown Baseball vs. Coppin State - 3/22/17

Georgetown Baseball vs. Coppin State - 3/22/17

2017: Appeared in 15 games out of the bullpen as a senior … Finished with a 0-0 record and a 6.46 ERA in 15.1 innings pitched … Struck out 11 batters, including three multi-strikeout efforts … Fired two shutout innings on two occasions … Struck out three in 2.0 innings at Xavier (5/19).

2016: Appeared in five games, all out of the bullpen ... Finished with a 33.75 ERA and one strikeout in 2.2 innings ... Threw 1.0 inning against both Florida Atlantic and Western Michigan ... Recorded a strikeout on March 9 against Western Michigan ... Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

2015: Appeared in two games out of the Georgetown bullpen as a redshirt sophomore … Compiled a 0.00 ERA in 2.2 innings, allowing just one hit while striking out three … Struck out the side on April 21 vs. Coppin State.

2014: Made two relief appearances before having his season end due to injury (redshirt).

2013: Appeared in seven games, making four starts ... Finished the year 2-0, with 16 strikeouts ... Made first collegiate appearance with a start against Chicago State (3/9), throwing five innings, picking up the win while striking out four ... Picked up the win by throwing five scoreless, one-hit, innings while striking out two against George Washington (4/9) ... Struck out three and yielded no earned runs in his final start against UMBC (5/14).

Prior to Georgetown: A two-year varsity starter at New Trier under head coach Paul Kosinski as well as a one-year starter at Lawrenceville as a post-graduate ... A CSL Senior All Star Game selection in 2011 ... Ranked third best pitcher at Illinois Prep Baseball Report Class of 2011 Showcase ... 2010 CABA World Series Champions with club team Top Tier ... 2009 Maccabi North American World Series Gold Medalist ... 2008 Silver CABA World Series Champions with New Trier Thunder ... As a senior was 4-1 with 32 strikeouts in 29 innings. Personal: Jordan Allen Chudacoff ... Born on March 6, 1993 in Chicago, Ill. ... The son of Gregg and Helene Chudacoff ... Has two younger brothers, Jonathan and Brian ... Made honor roll all semesters of high school ... Lists his father as the most influential person in his athletic career ... Lists winning the CABA World Series with Top Tier ... Favorites include the Chicago Blackhawks, Justin Verlander, and Moneyball ... Plans to major in Business.

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