Sara Jordan
Sara  Jordan

Graduate Student

Indianapolis, Ind.

High School:
North Central



Nolan on Jordan - "Having Sara return for another year is a huge plus for us. Without a doubt she is one of the best offensive players in the conference. Her creativity, nose for the goal and experience make her a huge part of our team. She should finish her career here as the best offensive player statistically, that we have ever had. I really hope she gets the recognition she deserves this year"

2008 - Started three games for the Hoyas before being injured ... Preseason All-BIG EAST selection ... Currently ranks in the top-10 all-time at GU in all three major offensive categories: goals (T7th), assists (2nd), points (4th) ... Scored goals against UMBC and Ohio ... Assisted on game-tying goal against American

2007 - Second Team All-BIG EAST... SoccerBuzz Magazine Regional All-American... Started every game for the Blue and Gray and led the team in goals (7), one of the ten highest single-season totals in GU history... Finished tied for second on the team in assists (5) and second on the squad in points (17)... Had a multi-assist game in the win over George Washington... Had the game-winning goal in BIG EAST contests at Marquette and South Florida... Assisted on the game-winners against conference opponents Cincinnati and DePaul

2006 - Sat out season due to injury

2005 - Played 20 games for Georgetown, starting 17 ... Tied for third on the team with 13 points on three goals and a team-best seven assists, good for ninth in the BIG EAST ... Also paced the team with 44 shots ... Scored the game's first goal and assisted on the game-winner in the season-opening 3-1 win over Bucknell ... Assisted on game-winner over Iona ... Dished out assists on the fi nal two goals in 3-2 overtime win over St. Joseph's ... Scored game-winner in 3-1 win at Rutgers ... Added a goal in loss at DePaul and assists vs. Towson, Delaware and Notre Dame.

2004 - Started all 19 games for the Hoyas ... Second on the team in scoring (7), assists (6), and points (20), all three among top-10 in a single season ... Scored first career goal in first game against Howard ... Posted a goal and an assist in the 4-0 win at Bucknell and 5-1 victory over Quinnipiac ... Tallied game-winner and an assist in 2-0 shutout over Seton Hall ... Four-point effort at Pittsburgh with a goal and two assists ... Added a goal against George Mason and Notre Dame and an assist at American.

Prior to Georgetown - A three-year varsity starter ... Selected to the all-state and all-county teams, as well as first-team all-district ... Member for the Carmel Commotion, the 2003 Region II Champions and National Finalists ... An NSCAA/ adidas Scholar All-American.

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