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3   Julie Jordan
Julie Jordan

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Garden Grove, CA

High School:
Pacifica HS

Position:
C


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2002: After missing most the 2001 season with a back injury, Jordan recovered and made an impact for FSU in 2002...she set career highs for games played (25), average (.163), at bats (49), runs (2), hits (8), slugging (.163) and fielding percentage (1.000)...was FSU’s only player to post a perfect fielding percentage with more than 100 chances…went 2-for-5 in her first two starts of the season versus ranked opponents in No. 9 Washington and No. 22 South Carolina…scored a run versus Syracuse and went 1-for-1 versus St. John’s at the Seminole Classic…had a hit in three of her four starts including an RBI in the would-be championship game versus Texas Tech at the Troy Cox Invitational…recorded a season-high 14 putouts versus New Mexico State and was perfect in 35 chances…against Kansas, the Seminoles had fallen behind 4-0 in the first and cut that lead to 4-2 in the sixth. Jordan started off a Seminole seventh-inning rally sparking a three-run inning giving FSU its first win of the season after trailing through six innings…at the Seminole Invitational, she had a hit and made nine putouts in an extra inning victory over Middle Tennessee…against the University of Massachusetts she added to her putout total with six.

2001: Started 16 games and appeared in 17 before suffering an injury that sidelined her for the remainder of the season…third most starts for any freshman in the 2001 class despite missing most of the season…started the season in right field where she played eight games, also started four games at catcher, three games at DP and one game in left…recorded a season high two RBIs against UTC…had a season high eight putouts against the College of Charleston…had three RBIs, three sacrifices and three walks in just 26 at bats…scored runs against Boston College (Feb. 18) and Iowa State (Mar. 16).

High School: Was member of C.I.F. Division III championship team twice…played on national championship team…C.I.F scholar athlete 1998-2000…was a member of the honor roll all four years of high school…member of the Principal's honor roll…also played volleyball.

Personal: Major is graphic design…named to the Dean’s List in the spring of 2002…posted a perfect 4.0 GPA in Fall of 2002…born June 19, 1982.

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