Jordan  Walley
12  Jordan Walley
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Maple Valley, WA

High School:
Tahoma

Height:
6-2

Position:
1B/DH

Birthdate:
01/27/1994

Experience:
2V

B-T:
L-R


03/28/2015

WWU bounces back with 5-4 victories over UC San Diego and San Francisco State

Sellevold credited with both wins and Benson has big home run

03/13/2015

WWU scores just one run in dropping two at Saint Martin's

Vikings blanked for first time this season in opener

03/08/2015

WWU sweeps Central Washington, 7-1 and 5-0

Sellevold extends victory string to six with two wins, hits first collegiate home run

02/14/2015

Vikings knock off No.3 Dixie State, 7-6 in eight innings

WWU's Sellevold pitches complete game, drives in four runs including game winner

02/13/2015

WWU wins two of three games at MSUB Desert Stinger as Fine has huge day

Vikings crush Fort Lewis CO, 15-7 in five innings, following 7-4 loss to No.23 Cal Baptist, then stage huge comeback to beat Western New Mexico, 12-11

COLLEGE: Played in 36 games as sophomore in 2014, making 29 starts ... Hit .379 (33-for-87), driving in 26 runs and scoring eight ... Had .553 slugging percentage with six doubles and three home runs ... Made just three errors in 114 chances (111 putouts) for .974 fielding average ... Named MSUB Desert Stinger tournament all-star, hitting .600 (9-for-15) with five runs batted in and three runs scored and handling 24 fielding chances without an error ... First-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as freshman in 2013 ... Played in 39 games, making 37 starts ... Hit .314 (32-for-102) with 25 RBI and 9 runs scored ... Had team-leading six home runs and team-best .539 slugging percentage ... Also had three doubles and one triple ... Committed just one error in 22 chances for .955 fielding average ... Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Set school career home run record at Tahoma High School with 21 ... First-team Seattle Times all-Area and all-South Puget Sound League North Division pick as senior, helping Bears place sixth at Class 4A state tournament ... Team Silver Slugger award winner for third time ... First-team all-league as junior, helping squad tie for league title and place seventh at state, batting .575 and hitting league and school-record eight home runs ... First-team all-league as sophomore on conference championship team ... Played on Washington Cultural Exchange team that traveled to China ... Started and lettered three years ... Played on Mosquito Club team that won USSSA state championships in 2010 and 2011.

PERSONAL: Major is biology/chemistry.

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