20 Chimere Jordan
20 Chimere Jordan
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Gray, Ga.
High School: Jones County
Previous College: Gulf Coast CC
Position: G
Major: Psychology

2009-10: Named to PBC All-Tournament team … Was selected to Second Team All-PBC … Received first PBC player of the week and her first three GC player of the week last year … Played in 29 games and started 23 for the Bobcats … Averaged 31.3 minutes per game, .395 field goal percentage, .372 from beyond the arc and an 82 percent free throw shooter … Scored 468 points, good for first on the team, dished out 65 assists and pulled down 152 rebounds … Fifth in the PBC in scoring, second in free throw percentage, seventh in steals, sixth in three point field goal percentage and fifth in three point field goals made … Recorded 24 double-digit scoring games, nine of them being 20-point games … Recorded three doubles against Augusta State University (2/11), University of Montevallo (2/24) and North Georgia (2/27).

Prior to GC: Averaged 13.5 points per game with 4.2 rebounds for the Lady Commodores during her freshman season ... Helped lead her team to a national championship her first season with Gulf Coast, earning a spot on the all-conference team under head coach Roonie Scovel ... Led her team to an unprecedented 12th Panhandle Conference title, scoring 17.2 points per contest and snagging 5.7 boards as a sophomore ... First team All-Conference pick and a first team selection on the NJCAA All-American list ... Also named a WBCA State Farm Coaches' All-American ... An All-Region pick and MVP.

High School: Listed on the All-Region team ... Played in the Metro Atlanta AAU league.

Personal: Daughter of Carlton and Pamela Jordan ... Born April 19, 1989 ... Majoring in psychology ... Nickname is Mere ... Her favorite athlete is Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic ... Her favorite movie is Lottery Ticket and her current ringtone is Roscoe Dash's "No Hands" ... Chose Georgia College because its closer to home and because of the basketball program ... Hitting the game winning shot in her first game at Georgia College is her biggest sports thrill. 

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