Jordan  Walley
12  Jordan Walley

Maple Valley, Wash.

High School:






COLLEGE: Enters season ranked third among WWU career home runs leaders with 16 … Played in 32 games, making 31 starts, as junior in 2015 …Hit .329 (28-for-85) and had .624 slugging percentage, driving in 18 runs and scoring eight … Had seven home runs and four doubles, leading team with seven hit by pitches … Had .974 fielding percentage with one error in 38 chances … In three games at Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament, hit .750 (6-for-8), driving in four runs and scoring three with two home runs and a double … 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 … Three 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.