Jordyn Stoddard
 
Jordyn  Stoddard

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Aliso Viejo, Calif.

High School:
Aliso Niguel

Height:
5-6

Event:
Triple Jump

06/20/2012

Twenty Falcons Earn MW Scholar-Athlete Distinction

Kimber Shealy became the program's fourth athlete to claim this honor all four years.

06/19/2012

Track and Field Places 39 on Academic All-Conference List

Paige Blackburn, Katie Carroll and Kimber Shealy claimed their fourth straight academic all-MW honors.

05/15/2012

Front Range Classic

Photos from the Front Range Classic on May 4.

02/05/2012

AF Team Challenge

Photos from the Air Force Team Challenge on Jan. 28.

JUNIOR (2011): Did not compete.

SOPHOMORE (2010): Competed in the triple jump during four indoor competitions, including the Mountain West Conference Championships...recorded a season-best 35'0¼" to take eighth at the Nebraska adidas Invitational...earned a season-best sixth-place finish (34'7¾") at the Air Force All-Comers Meet...recorded an outdoor-best distance of 34'5" at the Colorado Invitational.

FRESHMAN (2009): Moved into seventh on the Academy's all-time record book in the triple jump...recorded career-best distance of 37'8¾" to finish second at the Jack Christiansen Invitational...jumped 35'1¼" indoors at the Robert Shine Invitational...was the team's lone triple jumper during both the indoor and outdoor seasons...also competed in the long jump during the indoor season...recorded a season-best distance of 14'2¼" in that event at the Don Barrett Duals...academic all-conference selection...MWC Scholar-Athlete.

HIGH SCHOOL: Aliso Niguel High School...four-year member of the varsity track and field team...2008 Orange County champion in the triple jump...recorded a season-best mark of 36'8¾" at that meet...named to the 2008 all-county track and field team...CIF-Southern Section finalist...four-time Scholar-Athlete...class valedictorian and salutatorian...ranked first in a class of 746.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Tom and Suzette Stoddard...has one older sister, Nicole, who competed in the triple jump at Army...Nicole is currently a captain in the U.S. Army...majoring in electrical engineering and physics...future plans include becoming a developmental engineering in the Air Force, before getting a PhD in physics of electrical engineering for the commercial industry...selected for NRO scholarship program for MS in Imaging Science at RIT...hobbies include reading, shopping and cooking...participated in competitive figure skating for 11 years...member of Cadet Squadron 15.

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