|High School:||Green Mountain|
AS A JUNIOR IN 2006: Spent the first two weeks of the season in Russia at the FIFA Under-20 World Championships with the U.S. U-20 National Team ... returned against Connecticut on Sept. 8 assisting on Meagan Snell's game-tying goal against the Huskies ... named All-WCC Honorable Mention ... finished season with two goals, seven assists, and 11 points ... recorded an assist in 4-0 win over San Francisco on Oct. 29 ... scored her first two goals of the season and assisted on another in 6-2 win over Gonzaga on Oct. 22 ... assisted on game-winner against San Diego on Oct. 8 ... registered her third assist of the season on Sept. 30 against Stanford, springing Meagan Snell on a breakaway ... earned second assist of season on Sept. 22 against No. 3 UCLA, setting up Kiki Bosio's goal.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Moved to the forward position during the preseason ... Named to Soccer Buzz' All-West Region Second Team ... An All-WCC Second Team performer ... Earned WCC All-Academic honors as well as second-team All-District VIII academic honors ... named to Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week (10/10) after netting three goals in two games during the week ... honored as one of Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" in the Sept. 26 issue for her performances against Notre Dame and CS Fullerton ... named Soccer America's National Player of the Week (9/14) for her performance at the Santa Clara adidas Classic, which including scoring both goals in a 2-1 win over Notre Dame and assisting on the game-winner against Fullerton ... selected to spots on National Teams of the Week the week of Sept. 5-11 for Soccer America, Soccer Buzz, and Top Drawer Soccer ... named Santa Clara adidas Classic MVP ... led the squad with 12 goals and 29 points in 2005 ... notched three multi-goal games ... had two goals and an assist in the NCAA Tournament ... scored both goals in SCU's 2-1 win against then top-ranked Notre Dame ... scored the game-winning goal against Virginia Tech.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Named a Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America second team member... an honorable mention All-WCC selection... also named to league's All-Freshman squad... a Soccer Buzz All-West Region freshman team honoree... named Rookie of the Year by teammates... made collegiate debut with a start in defense at Cal Poly... started 17 contests and saw action in all 25 contests... netted two assists... assisted on first goal against Notre Dame... added an assist in WCC opener against San Diego... took three shots against San Jose State... marked Portland's Christine Sinclair with much success in the Broncos' win over the Pilots.
NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: A member of the U-20 U.S. National Team ... started three of four matches in the 2006 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament, helping U.S. claim tournament title and qualify for the '06 FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship ... assisted on two goals in qualifying ... Also a member of the Regional and Colorado State ODP teams... won regional championship in 2002... advanced to the finals of the ODP National Championship... attended adidas ESP Camp in 2003.
CLUB TEAM: Plays for Colorado Rush... led team to the 2001 U15 National Championship... squad won 2004 regionals and participated in the national tournament in August.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played under coach John Brovsky at Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, Colo... a 2004 McDonald's All-American... assisted on the match-tying goal for the West Team... the 2004 Gatorade Colorado High School Girls Soccer Player of the Year... named a 2004 Colorado 5A All-State player... team won Jefferson County League Championships in 2002 and '04... a team captain as a senior... a former teammate of current Bronco Marian Dalmy... Green Mountain advanced to state quarterfinals on two occasions, the finals as a junior and the semifinals as a senior... a 2003 All-Jeffco first team and honorable mention All-State honoree... named a Soccer America Player of the Month in November 2003... a National Honor Society and Student Council senate member... received the Hoby Leadership and Rain Link Leader awards.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Leigh Angeli... born in Englewood, Colo... parents are Art and Lindy Angeli... has two siblings, Ashley and Darik ... majoring in both marketing and communication.
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