Jordan Portner
Jordan Portner

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Ellicott, Md.

High School:
Mount Saint Joseph

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 160


2013-2014: In the fall session of his freshman campaign, Portner went 2-5 in singles play...His two victories came against Yale's Patrick Chase, 6-2; 6-4, in the consolation bracket at the Farnsworth Invitational and against UMBC's Andrew Pagan, 6-0; 6-0, at the Georgetown Classic...He played in four fall doubles matches in the fall; one with each of Shane Korber, John Brosens, Daniel Khanin and Jack Murphy but the pairs were not able to win any as Portner went 0-4 in fall doubles play...Had a spring singles record of 1-2 and a doubles record of 6-3...In singles, his win came in straight sets 6-4, 6-4 against D. Lunding-Johansson of Mary Washington during an away contest...In doubles play, posted a record of 1-0 when partnered with Shane Korber...1-0 with John Brosens, 1-0 with Casey Distaso, 0-1 with Max Novak and 3-2 with Jack Murphy...Won two in a row, the first an 8-6 victory over Jeremy Court and Vim De Alwis of the University of Pennsylvania with partner Shane Korber; the second victory was a 9-7 win over Brandon Griffin and Stratton Gilmore at Mary Washington with John Brosens as his partner... Rattled off a second two-win streak with Jack Murphy as his partner; the first was an 8-4 win over Nikita Fomin and Azan Piperno of the No.-54 ranked George Washington Colonials, the second was an 8-6 triumph over Daniel Grauel and Pascal Domnik of Norfolk State...final win of the spring season came with Jack Murphy as his partner, an 8-0 win against Michael Rosengren and Matt Colonnese of Villanova on April 16.

Before GU: A four-year letterwinner at Mount Saint Joseph...Served as team captain his senior year...Won the MIAA Championships his junior and senior years...Nominated to the All-Tournament team at the national high school tournament in Kentucky his junior year...Reached as high as the third ranked tennis player in the Mid-Atlantic Boys 18...Ranked in the Top 50 in the country for Boys 16 Singles...Represented the United States at a tennis tournament in India...Was an honor roll student all four years of high school.

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