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Jordan

Jennings

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Height: 6'3"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Stadium HS
Other College: Univ. of Washington

Bio

2007: Jennings posted a 7-2 record with a 0.77 goals against average in nine starts. Among his seven victories were three shutouts: at Cal State LA on Sept. 4, against Montana State Billings on Sept. 24, and against Cal State Monterey Bay on Oct. 7. He made a season-high five saves in the NCAA Division II Tournament first round match on Nov. 9 against Sonoma State.

2006: Appearing in 11 matches overall, Jennings started six of the final seven matches of the season for the Redhawks, compiling a 2-3-1 record in those starts. He earned the win in Seattle's 3-1 victories at Western Washington and against Seattle Pacific that enabled the Redhawks to earn a share of the GNAC title. He made a career-high nine saves in Seattle's 3-2 overtime loss at Cal State San Bernardino on Sept. 2. In the second half against Western Washington on Oct. 25, he picked up five saves as the Redhawks rallied for the victory. He made three saves in Seattle's 2-1 upset win at Cal State Dominguez Hills in the NCAA Tournament, and followed with five saves in both the regional final against Cal State Los Angeles and the Elite Eight match at Fort Lewis College.

Univ. of Washington: Jennings was a key defensive addition to the Huskies, helping the purple and gold make the NCAA tournament in 2004.

Stadium HS: Jordan Jennings was named Narrows League most valuable player as a senior and defensive most valuable player as a senior and junior. For three consecutive years, Jennings was named to the All-Narrows League first team. Jennings' Tigers made the state playoffs during his freshman, junior and senior years.

Personal: Jennings is a liberal studies major. Born April 13, 1985, he is the son of Michael and Nancy Jennings.

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