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      Jordan  Reynolds

Portland, Ore.

High School:
Central Catholic H.S.



2014-15 Season Highs
Points:17 // S. Carolina, 3/8/15
Rebounds:8 // Winthrop, 11/21/14*
Assists:7 // Winthrop, 11/21/14*
Steals:7 // Oral Roberts, 11/17/14
Blocks:2 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15
Field Goals:6 // S. Carolina, 3/8/15
3-Pointers:3 // Kentucky, 3/7/15
Free Throws:7 // Tennessee St., 11/24/14
Minutes:34 // Kentucky, 1/29/15
Career Highs
Points:17 // S. Carolina, 3/8/15
Rebounds:8 // Winthrop, 11/21/14*
Assists:8 // Lipscomb, 12/29/13
Steals:7 // Oral Roberts, 11/17/14
Blocks: 2 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15*
Field Goals:6 // S. Carolina, 3/8/15
3-Pointers:3 // Kentucky, 3/7/15
Free Throws:7 // Tennessee St., 11/24/14
Minutes:34 // Kentucky, 1/29/15
SEC Highs
Points:15 // Georgia, 1/25/15
Rebounds: 7 // Alabama, 2/19/15
Assists: 6 // Texas A&M, 1/8/15
Steals:4 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15
Blocks:2 // Vanderbilt, 3/1/15
Field Goals: 5 // Florida, 2/8/15*
3-Pointers: 2 // Florida, 2/8/15*
Free Throws: 6 // Kentucky, 2/16/14
Minutes:34 // Kentucky, 1/29/15
NCAA Highs
Points:9 // Pitt, 3/23/15
Rebounds:6 // Pitt, 3/23/15
Assists:4 // Pitt, 3/23/15
Steals:1 // Pitt, 3/23/15*
Blocks:1 // Pitt, 3/23/15
Field Goals:3 // Pitt, 3/23/15*
3-Pointers:1 // Pitt, 3/23/15*
Free Throws:2 // Pitt, 3/23/15*
Minutes:28 // N'western St., 3/22/14
*Indicates most recent high
    • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll -- 2014

    • Scored a personal NCAA-high nine points and added six rebounds, four asissts and a block and steal in 26 productive minutes vs. Pitt in the second round.
    • Produced eight points, including 2-for-2 from the charity stripe, to remain perfect in free throws during the NCAA tourney. Grabbed five rebounds and tallied an assist and steal in the first round win over Boise St.
    • Played in every game this season, starting in 31 of those. Averaging 7.0 points and 3.3 rebounds per game.
    • Started all three games of the SEC tournament, averaging 11.3 ppg and 5.7 rpg. Made the SEC All-Tournament team alongside teammate Cierra Burdick.
    • Scored 10-plus in nine contests, including a career high vs. South Carolina in the final game of the SEC tourney.
    • Led the team in scoring on three occasions. Notched back-to-back double-digit point games on two occasions for the first time in her career.
    • Led the team in steals on eight occasions, including three outings with eight or more swipes.
    • The Lady Vols’ No. 2 leader in steals (1.5) and No. 3 in assists (2.3).
    • Was perfect from the charity stripe on five occasions and near-perfect missing just one in five contests.
    • Tied her career high with two blocks vs. Vanderbilt while also tallying five assists, three rebounds and a personal SEC-high four steals.
    • Grabbed a personal SEC-high seven rebounds and had two points, two assists and a steal in the win over Alabama.
    • Scored 10 of her 13 points in the second half vs. Florida. Tallied three steals and two rebounds.
    • Got her second block of the season, and with two seconds left in the game, to prevent #10/10 Kentucky from a winning shot in Lexington. Tallied eight points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals in her most minutes played (34).
    • Had a (then) career night with a high of 15 points vs. Georgia in Knoxville, including 5-for-5 from the charity stripe. Produced four rebounds, two steals and an assist.
    • Produced a personal SEC-high six assists in the win over #9/8 Texas A&M. Tallied seven points and added a steal in an SEC-high 31 minutes played.
    • With 11 points vs. Vandy, Reynolds earned her first back-to-back double-figure scoring games of her career (10 pts. vs. Mizzou.). Went 4-for-4 from the free throw line and added a rebound and assist.

    • Key player off the bench as a rookie, earning more time as a reserve point guard during the second half of the season.
    • In 34 games, she posted 62 assists compared to only 34 turnovers during her first college season.
    • That differential resulted in a 1.8 assist-to-turnover ratio, which ranked her second on the team behind Ariel Massengale.
    • Connected on 18-of-23 free throw attempts, making her final 14 shots of the season to finish at 78.3 percent for the year.
    • Driving force in UT's 17th SEC Tournament title, scoring a career-best 11 points, going 4-of-6 from the field and a perfect 3-for-3 from the free throw line, vs. Kentucky.
    • Scored nine of those points in the game's final five minutes vs. the Wildcats.
    • Was nationally trending on Twitter because of her contributions to the win over UK in that game.
    • Instrumental in UT's SEC semifinal game victory vs. Texas A&M, tallying nine points on four field goals made.
    • With Ariel Massengale out because of injury and Andraya Carter in foul trouble, Reynolds stepped up at Ole Miss and contributed seven points, three rebounds and a steal toward the road victory.
    • Scored her first points in college basketball in the first half against North Carolina, finishing with five points and tallying three rebounds and a steal in nine minutes.
    • Against Chattanooga, in the season's third game, she shot 4-for-6 (.667) from the field and finished with nine points and four rebounds.
    • Posted five points, eight assists and six rebounds vs. Lipscomb.
    • Sidelined during the Missouri game due to a turned left ankle in practice the day before, marking the only game of the season she did not play.


    • Participated in USA tryouts for U19 team in 2013 and U16 in 2011 but was not chosen for those squads.
    • Played on AAU club Team Concept along with fellow Oregonian Mercedes Russell.

    • Rated No. 26 player nationally by Women's Basketball Insider.
    • Ranked No. 40 by Full Court and No. 42 in espnW HoopGurlz Top 100.
    • That organization ranked her as the No. 10 guard in the class and a four-star recruit.
    • Blue Star rated her as the No. 53 overall player in the class.
    • Chosen a McDonald's All-American and a fourth-team MaxPreps All-American (2013).
    • Tallied 10 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and a steal to help West triumph at the McDonald's All-American game in Chicago on April 3.
    • Played in the 19th-annual Buffalo Wild Wings Northwest Shootout on April 20, 2013, representing Oregon in an all-star game vs. players from Washington.
    • Class 6A Player of the Year (2012).
    • Class 6A All-State First Team (2012, 2013).
    • Class 5A All-State Second Team (2011) while playing at Jefferson.
    • Averaged 18.5 points per contest as a senior in 2013.
    • Scored a double-double of 15 points and 13 rebounds and added six assists as Central Catholic won its first-ever 6A state title (2013).
    • Named to OSAA Class 6A All-Tournament Team for her play in state tourney.
    • Averaged 18.3 points, 7.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.9 steals as a junior.
    • Was on Jefferson's 5A state title team in 2010.
    • Member of student council and on honor roll at CCHS.

    • Full name is Jordan Airess Reynolds.
    • Born on Aug. 4, 1995, in Portland, Ore.
    • Parents are Kimberly James and Gary Thomas and her stepfather is Mark James.
    • Her mom played at San Diego State, and her aunt, Deborah Lange, played at Oregon.
    • Siblings include Kevin, Darius, Ariel and Payton Reynolds.
    • Ariel is a 6-2 forward at the University of Utah.
    • Jordan's high school coach, Sandy Dickerson, spent her prep days at Springfield High School, alma mater of UT teammate and fellow Oregonian Mercedes Russell.
    • Majoring in business administration.
    • Recipient of the Marion D. Hoppe Winners' Circle Scholarship.
    • Follow @kobeereynolds on Twitter and @j0rdanreyn0lds on Instagram.
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