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#6 Jordan Travis
Position: Defender
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Seattle, WA
High School: Ballard
Club: Emerald City FC
Experience: 3 Letters
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HIGH SCHOOL: Served as co-captain the last two seasons at Ballard High in Seattle...a 2010 first team All-Kingco selection...helped the Beavers reach the postseason in final season...achieved the team's Coaches' Award as a sophomore, Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and Offensive Player of the Year as a senior...served as captain of the Emerald City/Seattle United '92 club team for five consecutive seasons...was named Pivotal Player in 2008 and a recipient of the Golden Ball Award during the 2009-10 season...in 2006, competed in the Olympic Development Program as a member of the Washington '92 pool.

Jordan Travis' Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2011): Played in 13 matches and started in nine before suffering a season-ending injury...made her collegiate debut in opening day against 24th ranked Illinois, Aug. 19...finished the season with two assists and two points...also had five shots, two of which were on goal...tallied an assist in the Bulldogs 3-0 victory over Idaho, Sept. 23...also notched an assist in the Zags 2-0 win over Montana, Oct. 2.

SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 14 matches for Gonzaga, getting the starting nod seven times…finished the season with four shots…played a season-high 79 minutes in a 1-0 setback to Pepperdine University, Oct. 28…had one other 70-plus minute match; playing 72 in the Zags 1-1 double-overtime tie against the University of Portland, Oct. 11.

JUNIOR (2013): Played and started 18 matches for the Zags…saw significant time in both the defense and the midfield…played the entire contest in 11 of 18 matches…finished the season with nine shots on goal…had two shots in two contests; against Nevada, Sept. 22 and at Pepperdine, Oct. 11…had a shot in the final three contests for the Bulldogs; at Pacific, Nov. 1., at Saint Mary’s College, Nov. 3 and against Santa Clara, Nov. 9.