Jordan appeared in 25 games as a junior, including five starts.
Makovicka earned his first start of the season in the second game of a
doubleheader on April 21 against Southern Illinois. He was 1-for-2 with a
walk and two runs scored in the Jays’ 7-6 loss to the Salukis.
Makovicka also started the finale of the series, earning two walks and a stolen base in Creighton’s 6-5 loss.
Made a pair of pinch-run appearances in the series against Evansville.
Scored in a pinch-running appearance against Kansas (4/3).
Drove in a pair of runs with a double in his first start of the season at Southern Illinois (4/21).
Earned his second start of the season in left field and walked twice at Southern Illinois (4/22).
Started as designated hitter in the 15-inning win vs. Illinois State, finishing with one walk (4/28).
Made a start as designated hitter at Bradley (5/5).
Jordan was 1-for-3 in the Bluejays’ 7-2 win over New Mexico in the NCAA Regional on June 3.
2011 (Sophomore at Creighton)
Makovicka saw action in 16 games, including three straight starts.
Finished the season with a .333 batting average, .517 on-base percentage and .429 slugging percentage.
Led the team with 13 pinch-hit at bats.
Knocked a single through the infield at New Mexico for his first hit as a Bluejay (2/27).
Also scored a run and walked as a pinch hitter turned designated-hitter at New Mexico (2/27).
Went 2-for-2, with two runs scored and a double against Kansas State (4/12).
Drove in the game-winning run in the 5-3 victory over Kansas, (4/26), driving a first pitch single up the middle.
Also had a career-high two walks against the Jayhawks (4/26).
2010 (Freshman at Creighton)
Jordan sat out his first season as a Bluejay after transferring from
Nebraska due to transfer regulations.
2009 (Freshman at Nebraska)
Attended the University of Nebraska, redshirting for the Cornhusker football team.
Named to the Big 12 Honor Roll in the spring of 2009.
2005-08 (East Butler High School)
Participated on the football, baseball and track teams at East Butler High School in Brainard, Neb.
Was an all-conference selection for baseball his senior year.
Was a two-time all-state and all-area selection in football and a three-year member of the all-conference team.
Set school records for career rushing yards in a season and touchdowns in a season.
Was a three-time, academic all-state pick in fall, winter and spring seasons.