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Jordan Scott
Jordan  Scott


Portmore, Jamaica

High School:
Campion College



Scott Named ACC Field Performer of the Week

The freshman's triple jump ranks second in the country


Herriott, Scott Earn ACC Weekly Track and Field Honors

Duo posted top-5 NCAA marks

2017 Outdoor:
Triple Jump (HM) 
2017 Indoor:
Triple Jump (second team) 

NCAA East Preliminary Rounds
Triple Jump 

ACC Champion 
2017 Indoor:
Triple Jump


2017 Outdoor: Long Jump (second team) 
2017 Indoor: Triple Jump 

TFRRS Profile (for PRs and full results) 

2017 Outdoor 
• Earned All-America honors in the triple jump, finishing 18th at the NCAA Championships 
• Finished third at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds in the triple jump 
• Recorded All-ACC second-team honors in the long jump, placing fourth at the ACC Championships 
• Ranks second in UVA history in the triple jump (16.44m, 53'11.25")
• Set a freshman record in the long jump and the triple jump 

2017 Indoor 
• Finished 10th at the NCAA Championships in the triple jump, earning second-team All-America honors 
• Was the ACC Champion in the triple jump 
• Placed eighth in the long jump at the ACC Championships
• Finished first in the triple jump at the Virginia Tech Invitational and the Boston University Scarlet and White 
• Set a freshman record in the triple jump 
• Ranks second in UVA history in the triple jump (16.38m, 53'8.25")

• Finalist in triple jump at 2016 IAAF World Under-20 Championships for Jamaica
• Finalist in triple jump at 2014 Youth Olympic Games for Jamaica

• Carifta Games silver medalist in triple jump
• Two-time Class 1 finalist in triple jump

• Son of Lorna Minott
• Has three siblings, Alana, Josiah and Joshua


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