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6-0 / 198
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Coach Corbin Quote: Jordan has been a part of many good teams since his freshman year. He has been a role player the last three years, but continues to improve and will challenge to play regularly this year. He stayed here this summer to work on his strength and bat. He is very good defensive outfielder and one of the most unselfish players that I have coached. He's completely invested in the team and will do anything to better the group.
2009: Hit .208 with two RBI and five runs scored on the season... Played in 25 games, including five starts in the outfield... Used as an outfielder and pinch-hitter... Saw limited action in four of the five games at the Louisville Regional, going 0-for-2 with an RBI at the plate... Combined for two hits and two runs in the Mississippi State series (4/24-4/26)... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored against Louisville (4/22)... Collected first base hits of the 2009 season, going 2-for-2 with a run scored against Lipscomb (3/10).
2008: Hit .538 with a triple in 13 plate appearances on the season...First collegiate at-bat came against Arizona State (2/23)...First hit as a college player came against Xavier (3/2) on a triple...Drove in first run of college career against South Carolina (3/15)...Got first career start in LF against Austin Peay (4/9), going 1-for-3 with a run scored...Had career high three hits and two RBI against Belmont (4/23)...Returned home to Knoxville and got a hit in his only at-bat against Tennessee (5/3) ... Hit .200 with three doubles, a triple and seven RBIs in 22 games for Saratoga in the New York Collegiate Baseball League over the summer. Posted a .371 on-base percentage and 1.000 fielding percentage.
2007: Redshirted ... Spent the summer at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. competing in the Florida Collegiate Instructional League. Batted .345 with five doubles and seven stolen bases in 12 attempts.
High School: Five-year baseball letterwinner and two-year team captain at the Webb School ... Was a Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American prior to his senior year ... Earned all-state and honorable mention All-American honors after batting .500 and was the Division II East Region Player of the Year ... Helped lead team to state runner-up finish twice and regional runner-up three times ... Also lettered four times in football ... Was a member of the Spanish Honor Society.
Personal: Jordan Clark Wormsley ... Born 1/19/87 .... Son of Clark and Jody Wormsley ... Has one sibling, Parker ... A human and organizational development major... Favorites include the movie Major League, Jim Edmonds, Pete Rose and Lynrd Skynrd ... Considers Ted Williams to be the greatest player of all-time. Chose Vanderbilt because of the athletics and academics combination.
Career Game Highs
Hits: 3, vs. Belmont (4/23/08)
Runs: 1, most recently vs. WKU (3/16/10)
RBI: 2, vs. Belmont (4/23/08)
Walks: 2, vs. Belmont (3/18/09)
Strikeouts: 1, most recently vs. UT Martin (3/10/10)
Stolen Bases: 1, vs. Belmont (4/23/08)