UNCG Baseball BIO
14 Jordan McDonald

Junior College: Spent the last two seasons at Chattanooga State Community College where he played shortstop for the Tigers … Batted .343 in 2013 with 57 hits, 14 doubles, one triple, two home runs, 42 RBI, eight stolen bases and 37 runs scored … Also produced an on base percentage of .460 … Hit .343 as a freshman with 57 hits in 166 plate appearances … Also recorded 14 doubles, a triple, two home runs, 42 RBI and 37 runs scored while stealing eight bases in as many attempts … Drew 38 walks and owned an on-base percentage of .460.

High School: Was a six-time junior state representative and led the team to two national titles … Named the Under 18 Australian National MVP, hitting .440 with a wooden bat … Led Australia to the silver medal at the 2010 International Baseball Federation Championships … Earned a number of honors in 2009 … Won the Western Australia State Schoolboys batting title with an average of .538 and garnered one of his two Australian Baseball Academy Golden Gloves … Also nabbed a spot on the all-state team and was a nominee for the Western Australia State Junior Sports Award … Played his club baseball for the Wanneroo program under head coach Steve Fish and led the squad to a pair of league titles.

Personal: Full name is Jordan M. McDonald … Born July 22, 1992 … Undecided on a major … Son of Kevin and Leanne McDonald.

Coach Jarrett on McDonald: "Jordan's consistency on defense and the ability to drive the ball will help bring an overall confidence to our team. Last season he was one of the top offensive performers in the Tennessee Junior College ranks."

Position: Infielder
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: Perth, Austalia
High School: Woodvale
Other College: Chattanooga State
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