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32 Drew Jordan
Drew  Jordan


N. Potomac, Md.

High School:
Georgetown Prep

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 194


WORTH NOTING: Is healthy this season after missing last season following a preseason injury ... consistent and experienced player who adds depth on defense.

AT VIRGINIA: 2006--Injured prior to the start of the season and did not play in any games ... named to the ACC Honor Roll.

2005--Played in three games--Manhattan, Towson and North Carolina. 2004--Did not see any game action ... named to the ACC Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three letters in lacrosse as a defenseman and longstick midfielder ... his senior season his team was 22-1 and ranked no.1 in the nation by Inside Lacrosse ... Free State all-star ... Fabulous Forty all-star ... two-time all-county selection ... DC area Senior Select All-Star Team ... earned two letters in hockey as a goalie ... allowed just one goal as a senior and had the team's highest save percentage ... lettered at fullback and linebacker on the football team.

PERSONAL: Son of Therese and Jeff Jordan ... born 7-6-84 in Washington, D.C. ... has a younger brother, Nicholas, and a younger sister, Madeline ... won a national mathematics award in 2001 ... participated in numerous service projects and held many positions of leadership as an Eagle Scout ... English major.


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