Jordan Named To Capital One Academic All-District Team

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Dylan Jordan (Kevin Bain)
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Dylan Jordan (Kevin Bain)
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Nov. 4, 2011

OXFORD, Miss –  Senior Dylan Jordan has been named to the Capital One Academic All-District women's soccer team for District 6, CoSIDA announced today.

Jordan, who has a 4.0 GPA in exercise science, was named to the District 6 First Team.  She will now be placed on the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration.  District 6 consists of schools in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana.

This is the second consecutive season Jordan earned Academic All-District honors.  Jordan ended her senior season second on the team in goals (8) and points (18).  She recorded a hat trick at No. 20 Tennessee and was named to the Second Team All-SEC.

In her three years at Ole Miss, Jordan played in 58 games with 56 starts.  She recorded 21 goals (seven game winners), nine assists and 51 points.  

Three Academic All-District teams are chosen in each of the eight districts, with those on the All-District first teams placed on the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration.

District 6 Winners

NCAA Division I

Goalkeeper

Natalie Kulla

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY

Sr.

St. Louis, Mo.

3.56

Civil Engineering

Midfielder

Dylan Jordan

MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY OF

Sr.

Palmyra, Tenn.

4.0

Exercise science

Midfielder

Kristen Semko

ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK, UNIVERSITY OF

Sr.

El Paso, Texas

4.00

Accounting

Midfielder

Kate Reigle

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY

So.

Brookfield, Wis.

4.0

Biomedical Science

Midfielder

Michelle Gaffaney

NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

Sr.

Bloomington, Minn.

3.80

Biological Sciences

Defender

Megan Dean

NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

Sr.

Inver Grove Heights, Minn.

3.95

Exercise Science

Defender

Meghan Flannery

WISCONSIN-MADISON, UNIVERSITY OF

Sr.

Whitefish Bay, Wis.

3.93

English

Defender

Caitlin Leumas

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY OF

Jr.

Mandeville, La.

4.0

Kinesiotherapy

Defender

Kerry McBride

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY

Sr.

Elm Grove, Wis.

3.52

Civil Engineering

Forward

Laurie Nosbusch

WISCONSIN-MADISON, UNIVERSITY OF

Sr.

Mequon, Wis.

4.0

double majoring in Spanish and Biology

Forward

Carlie Banks

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Jr.

Peachtree City, Ga.

3.52

Fitness Studies

Forward

Kailey Anders

ARKANSAS, UNIVERSITY OF

Sr.

Allen, Texas

3.87

communication disorders





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