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1  Scooter Jordan
Scooter Jordan


Rowlett, Texas

High School:
Rowlett High School

Last College:
Navarro J.C.

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 160





Finished the 2002 season with a team-best batting average of .365 that included 70 hits...10 doubles...four triples...30 RBI...44 runs...a .490 on-base percentage and a .985 fielding percentage...named to the Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Team by the league coaches...2002 RECAP...Had a great start to the 2002 season going 5-for-9 at the plate while drawing five walks...had three RBI and a double against the Cougars and a .556 batting average for the series...went 3-for-8 in the three game series with New Mexico and drew four walks...went 3-for-10 in the Astros College Classic at Enron Field...picked up a season-high five RBI and had two hits in the win against TCU on Feb. 19th in Fort two hits in the first game of the Seton Hall series and scored a run...went 5-for-13 against Seton Hall in the three-game series...went 3-for-12 against Texas A&M in the three game series in College Station...went 4-for-5 against Sam Houston State on March 13...earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors (March 18) after hitting .667, going 12-of-18 against Sam Houston State and Oklahoma State...became the first player this season to lay down two sacrifice hits in a single game when he did against OSU on March 17...went 2-for-9 in the three games against Missouri...hit .300 in the series against Kansas going 3-for-10 at the plate with three walks...went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 21...hit .455 against Oklahoma in the three game series in Lubbock (5-for-11) and scored two runs with three RBI...missed the Texas-Pan American series due to a death in his family...went 5-for-10 (.500) against Baylor in the three game series with a double and four runs scored...went 5-for-12 in the Big 12 Tournament with three runs scored and an RBI...had a season-high 11 game hit streak snapped against Kansas State on May 24

Played under Skip Johnson?as a freshman he hit .395 with 22 RBI, six doubles and 25 stolen bases?as a sophomore he hit .402?three home runs?30 RBI?30 walks?nine double?30 stolen bases?was named first-team all-conference as a sophomore.

Played at Rowlett High School and South Garland under the leadership of coaches Paul Carmen and Rick Robertson?played both baseball and football?was named the team MVP his sophomore, junior and senior years?was the District Freshman Newcomer of the Year?was a first-team all-district selection all four years.

Born on December 15, 1980 in Los Angeles, Calif. to parents Kevin and Merri Jordan?has one brother Corey (17)?is related to Mike Haynes who is in the NFL Hall of Fame?enjoys playing baseball and listening to music?nickname is Scooter

I chose Texas Tech because: Great fans and baseball program
Favorite Food: Popeye?s Red Beans and Rice
Favorite Movie: Scarface
Favorite Actress: Angela Bassett
Favorite Actor: Al Pacino
Favorite Restaurant: Popeye?s
Favorite Athlete: Gary Shefield
My Role Model Is: My Dad
My Ideal Vacation Would Be A Trip To: Puerto Rico
If I could Play Another Sport At Texas Tech It Would Be: Basketball

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