Tyler Jordan

Tyler  Jordan


Ramona, Calif.

High School:
Mountain Valley Academy


High Jump


Air Force Invitational

Photos from the Air Force Invitational on Feb. 10.


Air Force All-Comers Meet

Photos from the All-Comers Meet on Jan. 13, 2012.


Air Force All-Comers Meet

Action photos from the Air Force All-Comers Meet on Friday, Jan. 14 (photos by Megan Davis)

SOPHOMORE (2012): Recorded an indoor-best clearance of 6'6¼" at the New Mexico Classic...placed third at the Robert Shine Invitational (6'6")...cleared 6'4¾" or better during six indoor meets...finished within the top 10 during all but one competition...posted a career-best outdoor clearance of 6'4¾"...recorded that mark during a runner-up performance at the Front Range Classic...also earned top-10 finishes at the Air Force Relays (6'2¾", sixth) and the Colorado Invitational (6'2¼", eighth) during the outdoor season.

FRESHMAN (2011): Placed fourth in the high jump at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships (6'6¼")...tied for the team lead in that event with a career-best height of 6'8¾"...recorded that mark at the Air Force All-Comers Meet...was the top collegiate finishers (third overall) at that competition...earned the team's Newcomer of the Week award following that meet...won the high jump at the Robert Shine Invitational with a jump of 6'8"...competed in the high jump twice during the outdoor season...recorded a outdoor-best clearance of 6'4" at the Stanford Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL: Mountain Valley Academy...four-year letterwinner in track...California state champion in the high jump...member of three CIF San Diego championship teams...two-time CIF San Diego champion in the high jump...also lettered three years in varsity basketball...class valedictorian.

PERSONAL: Son of John and Janey Jordan...nickname is "TJ"...has one older sister, Katie...also has one younger sister, Amy...majoring in management...future plans include working in the acquisitions field as a financial manager...served as Honor NCO...hobbies include Crossfit ...served as cadre for "MOUT" during the Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) program...member of Cadet Squadron 16.

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