Jordan Praytor
Jordan Praytor


Vancouver, Wa.

High School:




2007 (Junior):

  • NFCA All-South Region First Team
  • All-SEC First Team
  • Easton Spring Fling All-Tournament Team
  • ESPN.com Preseason All-American selection
  • Led the team in walks (37), was second in stolen
  • bases (35) and steal attempts (41), hits (66), triples (4) and third in batting average (.367)
  • Tied for third in the SEC in walks, fourth in on-base percentage (.484), tied for sixth in steal attempts and runs scored, seventh in stolen bases and tied for 10th in RBI
  • Had 16 multi-hit games, including recording four hits in two games
  • Scored two or more runs in 12 games, including scoring three in three contests
  • Went 3-of-5 with two RBI and a double against Texas-San Antonio on Feb. 10
  • Hit safely in 3-of-4 plate appearances with a run scored and an RBI against Western Kentucky on Feb. 24
  • Was a perfect 4-of-4 from the plate with four RBI against Winthrop on Feb. 25
  • Tallied three RBI on three hits against Seton Hall
  • Went 4-of-5 with three runs scored, two RBI and a pair of stolen bases against Ole Miss on April 21
  • Drove in four runs against Kentucky on April 28
  • Was 3-of-5 with three RBI, a double and one triple at Tennessee Tech on May 20

2006 (Sophomore):

  • 2nd Team NFCA All-South Region
  • First team All-SEC
  • Bama Bash! All-Tournament Team
  • Crimson Classic All-Tournament Team
  • SEC Player of the WEek (3/20)
  • ESPN the Magazine 2nd Team Academic All-District
  • Academic All-SEC
  • SEC Good Works Team
  • Played in all 65 games with 63 starts
  • Finished ranked 23rd nationally in batting average and 29th in runs per game
  • Ranked in the top-10 in the SEC in eight categories, including slugging (2nd), batting (4th), OBP (5th), runs (5th), stolen bases (5th), hits (6th), total bases (6th) and HR (T-9th)
  • Recorded 25-game hitting streak from 3/16 to 4/29
  • Set career-high with four RBI at Auburn (4/26)
  • Tied school record and Alabama complex record with four runs scored vs. Birmingham Southern (3/23)
  • SEC Player of the Week on 3/20 after hitting 7-for-13 with one HR, four RBI and four runs scored at Judi Garman Classic in Fullerton, Calif.
  • Recorded a hit in 50 of her 65 games and two or more hits 25 times
  • Scored a run in 42 of the 65 contests
  • Hit .427 (38-of-89) with 30 runs scored, six HR, 21 RBI and 14 stolen bases in 29 SEC games
  • Went 6-for-10 with four runs and three RBI in Kentucky series (4/1-2)
  • Hit 5-for-11 with five runs and seven RBI in Auburn series (4/25-26)
  • Went 12-for-23 with eight runs scored and three RBI in the NCAA Tournament

2005 (Freshman):

  • 2nd Team NFCA All-South Region
  • SEC All-Tournament Team
  • Freshman All-SEC
  • Academic all-sec
  • Crimson Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Recorded a hit in her first collegiate at-bat, a double vs. Evansville (2/4)
  • Tied UA Softball Complex record with three walks vs. N'western St. (2/9)
  • Went 2-4 driving in her first collegiate RBIs at Houston (2/11)
  • Went 2-3 with a triple, two RBI and two runs scored vs. Maryland (2/20)
  • Recorded a season-high four-game hit streak while in Hawaii
  • Hit first career home run at LSU (3/26)
  • Tallied a season-high three RBI in Game 2 at LSU (3/26)
  • Recorded career high three hits going 3-4 with two runs vs. Belmont (4/5)
  • Tied school record with two triples in game at USC (4/17)
  • Went 6-8 in final two games at UGA (4/30-5/1)
  • Scored a career high three runs in Game Three at UGA (5/1)
  • Recorded three hits in a game twice going 3-4 in final two games at UGA
  • Tied career high for runs in a game vs. AU with three, also broke school SEC Tournament record for runs in a game

Prep Highlights:

  • Prepped at Heritage High School in Vancouver, Washington
  • Named league's Co-Player of the Year, 2004
  • First team All-State, 2004
  • Four-time First Team All-League
  • Four-time "Columbian" All-County Player
  • Three-time team MVP
  • Helped lead club team to ninth place finish at 2004 Gold Nationals.
  • Led League in batting avg, hits and steals, 2003
  • Helped lead club team to 18-U Gold Regional
  • Championship and Gold Nationals, 2003
  • Helped lead 18-U club team to Gold Regional
  • Championship, and seventh place finish at Gold Nationals, 2002

Personal File:

  • Daughter of Ross and Susan Praytor
  • Has a younger sister, Taylor
  • Started playing softball at age 6
  • Praytor's father played baseball at Lewis- Clark State
  • Born August 31, 1986 in Bellevue, Wash.