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  Jordan Paden

Jordan Paden

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Walla Walla, Wash.

High School:
Walla Walla

Position:
C/OF

B/T:
R/R

Jordan Paden Photo Gallery

2011: Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention... Finished her senior season playing 35 games, starting 32 of them mostly at the catcher position... Made 79 appearances at the plate and finished with seven runs, 19 hits, 10 RBIs and 2 homeruns ... Hit a three-run homerun as a pinch hitter in a 13-12 win over Morehead State (3/16), as well as a two-run homerun against Western Michigan (4/17) ... Finished with a .310 on base pct., a .987 fielding pct., and a .316 slugging pct ... Season was cut short due to injury.

2010: Junior catcher played in 48 games during the 2010 season, staring 45 of them, including all but one at catcher ... Finished with the fifth best team batting average with a .274, (.286 in MAC conference play), as well as the third best slugging percentage with a .452, (.482 in MAC play) ... Ranked third in doubles with seven and ranked fourth in total bases with 56... Also recorded an on base percentage of .323 with 34 hits, 16 RBI, seven doubles, and five home runs, ranking second on the team ... Led the team in putouts with 221 and caught a team high players stealing with 15 ... Finished with an overall fielding percentage of .969, (.977 in MAC conference play) ... Recorded a 6-game hitting streak from (2/21-3/14), including two multi-hit games ... Went 2-for-3 in a win against Longwood (2/28) with a double and a homerun ... Recorded back to back multi-hit games in wins against Toledo and Bowling Green (4/30-5/1), including a total of five hits, one RBI, and one home run.

2009: Durable and sound catcher played in 47 games, starting 46 of them, including all but one behind the plate ... Hit .265 on the year with a career-high 10 triples and 16 RBI ... Her 10 doubles tied for second on the team ... Ranked third on the team in runs scored with 21 ... Led the team in sacrifice bunts and hit by pitches ... Committed just one error on the season, finishing with a fielding percentage of .996 ... Recorded seven multi-hit games on the season ... Went 2-for-3 with a double and three runs scored against Colorado State (2/6) ... Singled and drove in a run against both St. Joseph's (2/13) and Campbell (2/14) ... Went on a career-long 10-game hitting streak from 2/21 to 3/25 ... Singled twice and scored a run against Robert Morris (2/27) ... Finished 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored against Rider (2/27) ... Doubled while going 2-for-4 with a run against Bradley (3/8) ... Singled against Michigan (3/8) ... Tallied two hits and scored a run in a doubleheader against Wright State (3/25) ... Went a combined 4-for-8 with three doubles, an RBI and three runs scored in a twin bill at Toledo (4/17) ... Doubled and scored a run at Bowling Green (4/18) ... Scored three runs in a doubleheader sweep of Miami (4/24) ... Went 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored against Ball State (4/25) ... Doubled against Marshall (4/29) ... Singled and scored a run at Akron (5/3) ... Singled against Western Michigan in the MAC Tournament (5/7).

2008: Started all 53 games she appeared in ... Ranked as one of the toughest players to strike out in the country ... Went 4-for-4 against Ball State with three runs scored and an RBI ... Hit eight doubles and one triple with 44 total hits on the year ... Was walked 12 times ... Stole two bases ... Was hit by pitch three times ... Scored 15 runs ... Tallied 261 putouts as a catcher ... Caught 18 players stealing ... Went 2-for-3 in four games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time first-team NFCA All-West Region catcher ... Third-team NFCA High School All-American catcher ... Second-team all-state catcher ... Three-time first-team CBL All-Conference catcher ... Three-time team MVP ... Two-time Varsity Captain ... Helped her team to Regionals in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Team was two-time Washington State Academic state champions ... Four-time letter winner in softball and three-time letter winner soccer ... Led her team to become the Co-CBL Division champions in 2007

PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management ... Daughter of Mark and Edie Paden ... Has one brother, Austin ... Born June 10, 1989