21 Jordan Speck
21 - Jordan Speck
Height: 5-11
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Huntingdon, Pa.
High School: Southern Huntingdon
Position: G

2012-13 (Senior): Second-Team All-Landmark Conference ... played 28 games and started all but one for her final season as an Eagle ... ranked 28th nationally with a 2.61 3-point field goals per game ... fourth in the Landmark conference with a 3-point shooting percentage of 35.3 ... second on the team and seventh in the Landmark for total points, earning 311 for the season ... concluded her senior year with 113 rebounds ... demonstrated her sharp shooting ability Feb. 27 against Carnegie Mellon where she totaled a season- high 29 points when she drained a total six 3 pointers and eight field goals ... logged 15 double-digit scoring performances ... third on the team for total blocks with 12 ... scored at least one three-pointer in every game of the season but one ... worked for a season-high nine rebounds Feb. 20 against Catholic University.

2011-12 (Junior): Selected as an All-Landmark Conference second team honoree ... led Juniata in 3-pointers with 44 in order to clinch No. 5 on the all-time 3-point field goal leaderboard ... earned No. 5 on the career 3-point field goal leaders list with 114 treys over her three seasons at Juniata ... was fourth in the Landmark for 3-point field goals per game with a 1.51 average ... fourth on the team with 244 points for an 8.4 average, tying her for 18th in the conference in scoring ... logged a season-high 25 points in the Eagles’ 70-60 win over Catholic University (1/14) ... recorded 13 double digit scoring performances, including 10 and 15 points in Juniata’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship 1st/2nd Round games against Castleton State and York College respectively ... finished the season second on the team in blocks with 17, with a season-high four blocks against Merchant Marine (1/28).

 

2010-11 (Sophomore): Finished with 6.1 points per game through 29 games played with 11 starts ... scored a season-high 19 points against Drew (1/22) on 6-of-10 shooting from the field ... connected on a career-high five 3-pointers against the Rangers, which matched Juniata’s individual game-high in 2010-11 ... second on the team in 3-pointers with 35 ...  ranked fourth in the Landmark 3-point FG percentage at .333 (35-105) ...  her 1.21 3-point FGs per game ranked her 11th in the conference ...  had seven double-digit scoring performances ... hauled down 10 rebounds against Saint Vincent (12/8) ... averaged 1.55 steals per game, good enough for 14th in the Landmark Conference.

2009-10 (Freshman): Saw action in all 29 games as a freshman ... averaged 4.8 ppg ... her 35 three’s tied Paige Robertson for the most on the team ... led Juniata and the Landmark Conference with her .427 3-point FG percentage (35-of-82) ... tied for ninth in the Landmark with 1.21 3-point FG made per game ... hit her season-high of three 3-pointers on four occasions, the last on March 7 at Saint Vincent ... her .436 FG percentage (35-of-82) was third-best on the team ... scored a season-high 12 points at Lynchburg (12/28).

 

High School: A three-year starter at Southern Huntingdon County High School for her father, coach Phil Speck ...  finished her career with 1,151 career points and 519 career rebounds for the Rockets ...  a three-time Juniata Valley League All-Star, earning first team honors as a senior ...  also earned Central Pennsylvania All-Star honors at the Altoona Mirror Classic, and was named to all-tournament teams at Lancaster and Lewistown ...  helped lead Southern Huntingdon to a 28-2 record in her last season, reaching the semifinals of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association AA State Tournament ...  a National Honor Society member.

 

Personal: Daughter of Phil Speck and Missy Beidelman ... POE is early childhood and special education.