Jordan Himley

Jordan  Himley


Mundelein, Ill.

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 160


Last Team:
Janesville Jets (NAHL)


Falcons preseason favorite in media poll

Boje and Himley named to preseason all-league team


Fifteen Falcons named to Atlantic Hockey all-academic team

A school-record 15 Falcons honored for their work in the classroom


Three Falcons earn all-conference honors

Phil Boje (1st), Jordan Himley (2nd) and Shane Starrett (3rd) earn all-AHC honors


Starrett and Himley earn AHC Player of Month awards

The pair helped lead Air Force to 6-1-1 record in month of February


Himley scores game-winner in 4-3 win over RIT

Junior forward scored two goals in win over the Tigers

2016-17 (Junior)

Second-team all-conference selection as he was second in league games only with 14 goals. In all games, he led the team and was second in the conference with 22 goals … Led the team with 37 points … Also had three power-play goals, two short-handed goals and led the team with five game-winners … Two assists in win over Bentley (Oct. 21) … Career-high two goals in 4-3 win over Army … Matched his career high with two goals, and had an assist, in win over Colorado College … Tied career high with three points (1-2-3) in win over Bentley (Feb. 4) … Two assists in each game against AIC (Feb. 10-11) … Two goals in win over Sacred Heart (Feb. 24) … Two points (1-1-2) in the 2-1 win over Robert Morris, including the game-winner … Named to the AHC all-tournament team … Four points at the NCAA East Regional … Three points (1-2-3) in the win over No. 8 Western Michigan … Scored Air Force’s first goal against top-seeded Harvard … Named to the academic all-conference team.


2015-16 (Sophomore)

Played in all 37 games and was fifth on the team with 22 points on eight goals and 14 assists ... Had one power-play goal and two game-winners ... Career high two goals in the 4-3 win over Colorado College ... Scored the game-winner with 35 seconds remaining ... Career high three assists in the win over AIC, Jan. 8 ... Two points (1-1-2) in a road win at Holy Cross  ... Named academic all-conference.


2014-15 (Freshman)

Played in 37 games and had seven points on three goals and four assists ... Five points in 26 conference games ... First career point was an assist in the season-opening win over Mercyhurst ... First career goal came at Alaska-Fairbanks.


Before Air Force


Spent three seasons with the Janesville Jets of the NAHL and played in 120 games … Played in four games and had two assists in 2011-12 … In 2012-13, played in 57 games and had 26 points (15-11-26) … In 2013-14, led the team with 25 goals and 49 points in 59 games … Tied for second on the team with 24 assists … Led the team with three short-handed goals and eight game-winners … Had one assist in three playoff games.



Member of Cadet Squadron  29 ... Parents are Scott and Justyna Himley ... Has four brothers ... Major is economics ... This past summer, worked two periods of  Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training … On the dean’s list every semester ... Long-term goal is to become an acquisitions officer ... Something that not many people know about him is that he is a drummer ... Greatest individual moment was scoring the game-winner against Robert Morris in the AHC championship game as a junior ... Greatest team moment was playing in the NCAA Tournament  ... One word to describe himself is tenacious ... Credits his father as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Has worn the No. 10 since he played juniors ... Hobby is paintball … Started playing hockey at age four ... Hobby is paintball ... Favorite NHL team is the Chicago Blackhawks ... Favorite player is P.K. Subban.


2014-15 37 3 4 7 47 5-10 0 0 0
2015-16 37 8 14 22 71 5-10 1 0 2
2016-17 41 22 15 37 81 12-24 3 2 5
Career 115 33 33 66 199 22-44 4 2 7
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