Talented defender from the heralded Dallas Texans Soccer Club... Intelligent player whose passion for the game helps make her a tough competitor.
2009: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Rice University Honor Athlete; Shared the program's annual Who's Hoo Award (with Jessica Ross and Elizabeth Nesbit) as the player who sparks the team or makes the most immediate impact when entering the game off the bench; Appeared in 17 games with six starts... Made four starts on defense and two in the midfield, including the opening game of the season against Big 12 foe Baylor... Averaged more than 62 minutes per start... Team went 3-0-1 in four starts on defense, including road victories at UTEP and Stephen F. Austin... Played a career-long 103 minutes in the double-overtime shutout effort on the road against C-USA foe Colorado College... Took a career-high four shots, with two on-target for a .500 shots on-goal percentage... Twice shared the team lead in shots on-goal in games against UW-Milwaukee and Colorado College.
2008: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Earned the coaches' Who's Hoo Award... Came off the bench 14 times... Averaged more than 30 minutes per game in 10 of the 14 relief appearances... Made three starts on the backline and helped the team to a 2-1-0 record... Averaged 75 minutes in three starts vs. Oklahoma State, UTSA and Sam Houston State... Played a season-long 79 minutes on the road against nationally-ranked Oklahoma State... Worked 44 minutes in the shutout road victory at Oklahoma... Took three shots on the season, including two in one game against C-USA foe East Carolina.
2007: C-USA Academic Honor Roll; Played in 16 games with one start on the back line... Started against crosstown foe Houston Baptist and played all 90 minutes of the shutout victory... Averaged more than 23 minutes per game in 15 appearances coming off the bench... The Owls went 1-2-1 in the four games where she was unable to play... Played 61 minutes on the road against SEC foe Mississippi and 48 minutes against a Memphis squad that went on to play in the NCAA Tournament... Credited with three shots.
Four-time ODP State team... 2005 and 2006 State Cup Champion... 2004 and 2006 Region III Champion... U.S. Youth Soccer Association National Championship semi-finalist with the Dallas Texans.
A 2007 graduate of Hebron's Distinguished Achievement Program... Four-year varsity starter for the soccer team... Four-time first team all-District 6 5A honoree... Second team All-Denton County.
Full Name: Jordan Ashlei Holloway. Born: Feb. 13, 1989 in San Angelo. Parents: Trey and Jana Holloway of Carrollton (one brother and one sister). Major: Sports medicine. College: Sid Richardson
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Asst. Points GWG
2007 16/1 3 0 0 0 0
2008 17/3 3 0 0 0 0
2009 17/6 4 0 0 0 0
Totals 50/10 10 0 0 0 0
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