CREIGHTON CAREER: 2011 (Senior) – Honored as an NSCAA Second-Team All-American, NSCAA First-Team All-Midwest Region and First-Team All-Missouri Valley Conference ... Started all 23 matches in which he appeared, finishing his career with 60 starts in 62 matches played ... A defensive midfielder, his play was key in helping Creighton set an NCAA record and lead the nation with a 0.20 goals against average ... The Bluejays also led the NCAA with 19 shutouts, just one shy of the NCAA record ... Creighton allowed only five goals in 24 matches, while opponents managed less than three shots on goal per match ... Helped lead Creighton to the No. 2-seed in the NCAA Tournament and a trip to the NCAA College Cup semifinals, finishing the year 21-2-1 ... A leader in the midfield of Creighton’s MVC regular-season and tournament championship team ... Had three goals, including the overtime game-winner at Wisconsin on Oct. 5.
2010 (Junior) – Named to the Missouri Valley Conference First-Team and NSCAA All-Midwest Region Second-Team ... Started all 19 matches he played in ... Assisted Kris Clark’s goal against UNC Greensboro (Sept. 4) in home opener ... Scored both goals in 2-0 win over DePaul on Sept. 11 ... Tallied his third goal of the season against Dartmouth (Sept. 19) ... Named to The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team for his play against No. 18 SMU (Sept. 17) and Dartmouth (Sept. 19) ... Outstanding defensive midfielder, key in helping the Bluejays post eight shutouts.
2009 (Sophomore) – Suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) against No. 23 Cal Poly on Sept. 5, forcing him to miss the remainder of the season ... Awarded a medical redshirt for the season.
2008 (Freshman) – Named to the MVC All-Freshman Team ... Assisted the game-winning goal and added his first career score in 2-0 win over UC Riverside (Sept. 7) ... Dished an assist against Bradley (Nov. 14) in the MVC Tournament ... Key cog in record-setting defense ... Team set school record with 13 shutouts and led the NCAA in shutout percentage (.650) ... Helped defense rank second in the nation with 0.48 goals against average ... Led all true freshmen on team with 1,533 minutes played ... Played an entire match 11 times.
PREP CAREER: Member of the Illinois Olympic Development Program and played club soccer for Sockers FC ... His Illinois ODP squad won a national championship, while he was also a member of the ODP Region II team ... Attended the U-17 National Camp in 2006.
PERSONAL: The son of Dwight and Kari Jordan, Greg was born April 5, 1990 in Naperville, Ill. ... Oldest of three children, Ellie and Jeff ... Marketing major ... Enrolled at Creighton in January 2008 and trained with the Bluejays in the spring of 2008.