Savannah Jordan

Savannah Jordan
Savannah Jordan
Savannah Jordan
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Real Name: Savannah Jordan
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 23 (01/24/1995)
Birthplace: Fayetteville, Ga.
Hometown: Fayetteville, Ga.

2017: Played seven minutes as a substitute, making her home debut against Washington on Sept. 2...Made her NWSL and Thorns FC debut as a late-game substitute on the road against Seattle on Aug. 26.

College

2016: National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-America second-team – first in program history to earn four NSCAA All-America honors…NSCAA All-South Region first team…All-Southeastern Conference first team for fourth consecutive year…Only other Gator to earn four consecutive All-SEC first team honors is Gator Great Abby Wambach…SEC All-Tournament selection…Second in SEC with 41 points and 16 goals…In NCAA Division I statistics, tied for sixth in points and T9th in goals…SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 1, Week 8)…Four double-goal matches (at No. 15 UCLA, at Oklahoma State, vs. Georgia, at Mississippi)…Turned in 21 multi-goal matches as a Gator…Second on Florida’s career goals (81) and points (189) charts…One of 19 in NCAA Division I history to score 81 or more goals and one of seven to do it since 2000…College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America first team selection…NSCAA Scholar All-America first team...Attended U.S. Under-23 National Team camp in May, 2016…Played in every match for U.S. U-23 team in Nordic Tournament in England, scoring three goals in the tournament’s three matches.
 
2015:  NSCAA All-America first team…NSCAA All-South Region first team…SEC Offensive Player of the Year – second such honor as also received 2013 award…All-SEC first team for third consecutive year…SEC All-Tournament team…Second in nation with 24 goals and 55 points  – those totals led the SEC…Gators tri-captain…Top 10 on four Gator career charts – No. 4 goals (65), No. 6 points (148), No. T2 game-winning  goals (18) and No. 4 shots (342)…Career total through junior season equals Gator Great Abby Wambach’s 65 goals in her first three seasons…Three goals at Miami was second collegiate hat-trick…Hero Sports’ National Offensive Player of the Year…SEC Offensive Player of the Week, national player of the week by ESPNW and CS360.com and part of TopDrawerSoccer National Team of Week after four goal weekend (three at Miami, one versus No. 1 Florida State)…SEC Offensive Player of Week on Oct. 26 after three-goal week (one versus No. 17 South Carolina, two versus Arkansas)…Two goals versus William & Mary in NCAA Second Round was sixth multi-goal match of season and 17th of career…CoSIDA Academic All-America second team…NSCAA Scholar All-American…SEC Academic Honor Roll…MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist…Named to U.S. Under-23 team for Four Nations Tournament played in Norway at end of May…Appeared in two matches, starting versus England.

2014: NSCAA All-America second-team…NSCAA All-South Region and All-SEC first-team selection for second consecutive year…Among the 16 semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy…Shared SEC points (46) and goals (19) lead, scoring goals in 15 matches, including two four times…In final NCAA statistics – No. 8 in goals and No. T-7 in points…First double assist match of career versus Vanderbilt…Three-time SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 7, 8 and 11)…College Sports Madness National Player of Week (Oct. 6) and Capital One Cup Primetime Performer of the Week (Oct. 26)…TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI second team selection…Named to U.S. roster for FIFA Women’s Under-20 World Cup…Started U.S.’s first and final matches of group play and appeared in quarterfinal match…Member of SEC Academic Honor Roll.
 
2013: National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-America second-team…National Freshman of the Year selection by both Soccer America and TopDrawerSoccer.com…NSCAA South Region first team…SEC Offensive Player of the Year – first in league history to be offensive player of year as a freshman…All-SEC first team selection and also part of SEC All-Freshman team…SEC All-Tournament team…Named to College Sports Madness All-America fourth team…Led Gators in goals (22) and points (47)…Goal total tied for third nationally and is second all-time for Gator freshmen…Also shared SEC lead for goals…No. 5 in NCAA Division I play with 47 points…Opened collegiate career with two goals versus Florida Gulf Coast and three versus Oregon State – that five-goal weekend earned Disney/NSCAA Player of the Week honors…Oct. 28 SEC Offensive Player of the Week and College Sports Madness National Player of the Week after three goal weekend (one at Tennessee, two versus Texas A&M)…Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week…Scored multiple goals seven times…Headed in golden goal for double-overtime win at Mississippi State…Named to U.S. U-20 World Cup roster in July of 2014…Part of 2014 CONCACAF U-20 Best 11 team after scoring five goals in five matches for the winning U.S. team in World Cup qualifying play in Cayman Islands in January…Attended both U.S. Under-18 and U.S. U-20 National Team camps in Fall of 2013.
 
 


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