2012-13 (Junior) Garrison played in all 33 games for the Jays in 2012-13, closing the season tied for fourth on the team with 39 three-pointers (39-of-135) ... Jordan averaged 5.4 points per game and nabbed 18 steals as a junior ... She delivered a team-high 11 points to boost the Jays to a 60-43 win over Southern Illinois in the MVC Tournament quarterfinals on March 15 ... Garrison tossed in seven points and tied a season-high with four rebounds in the Bluejays 79-67 win over Bradley on Jan. 27 ... Jordan led the Jays in scoring for the first time in her career with 14 points in Creighton’s 69-50 win over Indiana State on Jan 13 ... The Missouri native swatted down her first block and collected a career-high four assists in the Bluejays’ 70-63 win at Evansville on Jan. 5 ... Jordan reached double-figures in consecutive games for the first time as a Bluejay with 11 points in Creighton’s 88-81 loss at Minnesota in double overtime on Dec. 30 ... Garrison set a career-high with 15 points on 5-of-10 from beyond the arc in the Jays’ 91-74 win over South Florida on Dec. 22 ... She played a career-high 29 minutes in Creighton’s 65-62 overtime win versus BYU on Nov. 28, hitting 3-of-5 from beyond the arc for nine points.
2011-12 (Sophomore) Jordan appeared in 33 games, including seven starts as a sophomore ... She finished the season second on the team with 33 trifectas ... Garrison shot .306 beyond the arc, 33-of-108 ... Made her first career start in the Jays’ 74-67 win over NC State (Nov. 27), scoring nine points, making 3-of-5 three-pointers ... Grabbed a career-high five rebounds at Texas-San Antonio (Dec. 20) and followed with career-high four steals against Colorado (Dec. 21) ... Logged her first career blocked shot at Missouri State (Jan. 5) ... Also swiped two steals and made two three-pointers in her home state against the Lady Bears ... Scored a season-high 11 points, making 4-of-5 shots and 3-of-4 three-pointers to boost the Bluejays to a 65-33 win over Evansville (Jan. 12) ... Drained a three-pointer and finished with five points and two rebounds in the MVC Tournament Championship game win over Drake, 53-38, on March 11.
2010-11 (Freshman) Did not dress in Creighton’s first 11 games and did not play in the first 12 games after recovering from a stress fracture in her left leg ... Played in 16 of CU’s final 19 games off the bench ... Tied her season-high with 10 minutes played at Northwestern (March 17) in the WNIT ... Scored a season-high six points in seven minutes against Illinois State (Feb. 19), making 2-of-3 three-pointers ... Attempted a season-high seven field goals and five three-pointers, also attempting her only two free throws of the season in 10 minutes against Southern Illinois (Feb. 3) ... Made her regular-season debut at Evansville on Jan. 6, draining 1-of-2 three-pointers and adding an assist in eight minutes of play ... Scored 10 points in 14 minutes of Creighton’s exhibition game against Northwest Missouri State (Nov. 3), finishing 4-of-7 from the field and 2-of-4 from three-point range.
Osceola High School Four-year varsity starter was named first team all-conference, all-district, all-area and all-state all four seasons of her prep career ... Owns the school scoring record with better than 2,600 career points ... Averaged 22 points per game over her career ... Averaged 23 points, 4.5 assists and 3.5 steals per game as a senior, following 22.8 points, 4.0 steals and 3.6 assists per game during her junior year ... Chipped in 22.5 points per game as a sophomore and 19.9 as a freshman ... Drained better than 80 three-pointers in each of her final two prep seasons ... Honored on the Osceola Invitational All-Tournament Team three times ... ... Led Osceola to four straight undefeated conference championships, reaching the state quarterfinals her final three seasons following a fourth place finish as a freshman ... Played AAU basketball with the Missouri Valley Magic, earning Player of the Year honors from the squad ... Valedictorian of her class with a perfect 4.0 grade point average ... Member of National Honor Society, Spanish Club and FBLA.
Flanery on Garrison “She has continued to improve at putting the ball on the floor, which is important to keep defenders honest. Defensively she gives us a lot of energy, we use her on the ball a great deal because she competes so relentlessly. We need her to get a little more consistent from beyond the arch.”