2011 (SENIOR SEASON): Started 17 games and played in all 19 ... Named to the All-SEC Second Team ... Also named a Capital One Third Team Academic All-American by CoSIDA ... Finished the year second on the team in both goals (8) and points (18) ... Scored six of her eight goals on the year in SEC play ... Recorded her first career hat trick in a 4-3 overtime loss at No. 20 Tennessee ... Also scored against Jackson State, The Citadel, LSU, Vanderbilt and Kentucky ... Scored the game-winning goal against Vanderbilt ... Took 28 shots on the year with 16 on goal ... Named to the Capital One Academic All-District women's soccer team for District 6.
2010 (JUNIOR SEASON): Team captain ... Started all 20 games ... Led the team in goals (7), points (16) and game-winning goals (4) ... Scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win at No. 25 Auburn ... Logged full games in 17 of the 20 matches during the year ... Ended the season tied for the team lead with Erin Emerson and Mandy McCalla in shots with 53 ... Took a season-high five shots twice during the year ... Also scored game winners against Middle Tennessee, McNeese State and TCU ... Finished the season tied for third in the SEC in game-winning goals (4) and tied for 10th in goals (7) ... Named to the CoSIDA ESPN Academic All-District First Team, the Chancellor's Honor Roll in both the Fall and Spring with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the Fall.
2009 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Started all 19 matches she played in, logging time in the midfield and at forward in her first year with the Rebels ... Helped an Ole Miss offense that ranked second in the SEC and 31st in the nation with 2.1 goals per game ... Finished second on the team with six goals, five assists and 17 points ... Ranked eighth in the SEC with four goals in league play ... Second on the team with two game-winning goals (at Kentucky, vs. Alabama) ... Recorded the team's last three goals of the season (vs. Mississippi State, Alabama and Auburn) and was named to Top Drawer Soccer's national team of the week for her efforts vs. the Bulldogs and Crimson Tide ... Netted a pair of goals in the 4-1 win at Kentucky ... Also scored vs. UALR ... Provided the game-winning assist against Jackson State, ETSU and UALR ... Posted a two-assist effort vs. UALR ... Missed two games after suffering a concussion against Auburn, even though she only sat nine minutes and finished out the double-overtime 3-2 win over the Tigers ... Amassed 40 shots on the season, with 18 on-goal ... Led or tied for the team lead in shots twice ... Season-high five shots vs. UALR and Mississippi State ... Played the full 90 minutes five times ... Chancellor's Honor Roll for Fall and Spring with a perfect 4.0 GPA both semesters.
SMU (FRESHMAN SEASON): Played in 19 matches primarily as a midfielder, registering two goals and two assists (six points) on the season ... Credited with an assist on the Mustangs' second goal in a 2-2 tie against Ole Miss ... Fired off 15 shots, six on-goal, for the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time TSSAA All-State selection ... Four-time All-District honoree ... Three-time District Offensive Player of the Year ... All-Area MVP as a senior ... 2007 Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Player of the Year ... Helped Clarksville High School to three straight district championships (2006-08) ... School's all-time leading scorer with 111 goals and 78 assists ... Honor Roll student who graduated in the top 10 percent of her class.
ODP: Member of Tennessee state team from 2003-05 ... Two-year member of the Region III team (2005-06) and two-year national pool selection (2005-06).
CLUB TEAM: Captained Stones River Lady Strikers `91 to eight consecutive state championships (2002-09) and region semifinal berths in 2005 and 2006.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 24, 1990 ... Full name is Dylan Alexandra Jordan ... Daughter of Jeff and Patti Jordan ... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts ... A distant niece of distinguished University of Mississippi Chancellor Alfred Hume (1924-30, 32-35).
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