Jordan Simmons


Elgin, Okla.

High School:
Elgin HS





Jordan Simmons

2009: Made eight appearances in the circle, including two starts ... Recorded a 1-0 mark with a 5.57 earned run average ... Logged 16.1 innings of work allowing 20 hits and 11 walks ... Allowed 13 runs all of them earned ... Struck out seven ... Did not surrender a home run ... Earned a win against Alabama State, allowing only three hits and two runs in 5.0 innings of work while striking out a career-high four ... In her last three appearances of the year, allowed zero earned runs and only three hits in 5.0 innings of work ...

2008: Named Academic all-WAC ... Made 15 appearances in the circle as a freshman, including four starts ... Registered a 1-3 mark with a 4.67 earned run average ... Also registered one save ... Worked 36.0 innings while allowing 52 hits, 28 runs - 24 earned ... Struck out 20 while walking 17 ... Picked up her first collegiate win Feb. 17 at UL-Monroe, allowing only three hits in 2.1 innings of relief ... Worked a season-high 8.0 innings on Feb. 23 against Southeastern Louisiana ... Earned a save Feb. 9 against UL-Monroe, scattering two hits in 3.0 innings of relief ...

High School: Lettered three years for coach Terry Thomas at Elgin High School ... Pitched and played first base for the Owls ... Helped lead Elgin to the District 4A title as a junior and senior ... Won regionals as a senior advancing to the state quarterfinals ... Named all-state middle west as pitcher as a senior ... Named the outstanding pitcher on her team her final three years ... Registered a 17-4 mark with a 0.60 ERA as a senior ... Recorded 235 strikeouts in 130 innings ... Batted .315 with 19 RBIs ... Ranked eighth in her high school class graduating with honors ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Oklahoma Honor Society ... Played for her father and the Oklahoma Wind in travel ball ...

Personal: Full name is Jordan Elaine Simmons ... Daughter of David and Melanie Simmons ... Has one brother, Adam ... Born July 10, 1989, in Lawton, Okla.