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#22 Mitchell Jordan
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 200
Year: Junior
Hometown: Longwood, Fla.
High School: Lake Brantley HS
Major: Finance
Experience: 2 Letters
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  • Second team All-Conference (2015)
  • Cape Cod Collegiate League Pitcher of the Year (2015)
  • Perfect Game Summer Collegiate All-American (2015)

Summer (2015): Pitching for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Collegiate League, Jordan was quite simply dominant, posting an 8-1 record with a league-record tying 0.20 ERA during the regular season ... Was the starting pitcher for the East Division in the CCBL All-Star game ... Was named Pitcher of the Week in the league twice ... Allowed just two earned runs all summer, with the second coming in a 2-1 loss in the playoffs.

Sophomore (2015): Opened the year as the Hatters' No. 1 starting, but suffered a setback when an illness cost him five weeks of the season ... Opened the year by allowing just two hits over 6.1 innings, with a career-high nine strikeouts, against LaSalle (2/13) in a game the Hatters eventually lost 3-0 ... Struggled in his next outing, allowing four runs on eight hits over 4.2 innings against Central Michigan (2/20) in a loss before missing more than a month ... Came back in a mid-week start against Florida (3/24), allowing four runs on four hits in just a single inning of work ... Turned in 5.2 innings of work, allowing two runs on five hits with eight Ks in a no-decision at Creighton (3/28) ... Finally got into the win column as the Hatters opened A-Sun play against defending league champion Kennesaw State (4/3), allowing just two runs on five hits over seven innings against eventual first team All-Conference performer Travis Bergen ... Earned his second league win the next weekend at USC Upstate (4/10) allowing one earned run on eight hits over seven innings in a 2-1 victory ... Kept his hot streak going against Northern Kentucky (4/17) by not allowing an earned run over seven innings against the Norse in a 13-1 Stetson win ... Won his fourth straight start at Jacksonville (4/24) head-to-head against eventual league Pitcher of the Year Michael Baumann by holding the Dolphins to three earned runs over 7.1 innings of work in a 7-4 Stetson win ... Saw his win streak end against UNF (5/1) after allowing five earned runs over 5.2 innings against the Ospreys ... Got back in the win column the following week with a complete game performance against Lipscomb (5/8), holding the Bisons to one run on eight hits while out-dualing another first team All-Conference performer, Ian Martinez-McGraw ... Did not get a decision in his final two starts, against FGCU (5/14) and Jacksonville (5/20) in the A-Sun Tournament ... Allowed three runs on seven hits over 6.2 innings against FGCU ... Worked just four innings against JU, allowing one run on five hits, because of long weather delay after the fourth inning.

Freshman (2014): Worked his way into the regular starting rotation for the Hatters ... Appeared on the mound in 22 games, with nine starts ... Finished the season with a 3-8 record and a 5.64 ERA in 68.2 innings of work ... Was third on the team with 50 strikeouts ... Earned his first collegiate victory in a 4.0 inning start against Florida A&M (3/26) in which he allowed a single run on seven hits ... Followed up that same week with a win in relief against FGCU (3/30) in which he allowed one run on three hits over 2.1 innings ... Made 13 appearances before getting his third win, in his final start of the year ... Worked 6.2 innings, allowing two runs on eight hits, against ETSU (5/23) in the A-Sun Tournament ... Earned a save against Lipscomb (4/18) with 3.1 no-hit innings of relief ... Had a strong start at Florida State (4/22) in which he allowed two runs on five hits over four innings in a 4-0 loss.

High School: Was a two-year letter winner on the baseball team at Lake Brantley ... Helped his team to the 8A state title as a senior, leading the team to a 27-5 overall record ... Was a first team All-Conference selection as a senior and was named both the Seminole County and Orlando Sentinel Central Florida Player of the Year ... Was a finalist for the Brighthouse Sports Network Athlete of the Year ... Was selected as a second team All-American by Max Preps ... Posted an 11-1 record during his senior season with a 0.93 ERA ... He had 103 strikeouts and just 13 walks in 83 innings of work ... He posted seven complete games, including four shutouts ... As a junior he posted a 5-4 record with a 3.76 ERA in 35.1 innings of work ... Also lettered for two seasons on the golf team and for two seasons on the basketball team ... Was a National Honor Society member and received the Principal's Award for Academic Achievement ... Was a member of the Student-Athlete Leadership Team (SALT) ... Worked as a ball boy at Orlando Magic home games.

Personal: Full name is Mitchell Andrew Jordan ... Was born on April 10, 1995, in Orlando ... Is the son of Jill and Joe Jordan ... Has one brother, Kyle (21) ... Chose Stetson over Jacksonville, Marshall, USC Upstate, UCF, Belmont, Army and Air Force ... Is a Finance major.

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