14 Jordan Bateman
- Nelsonville, Ohio
- High School:
Over the last two seasons, Jordan Bateman has emerged as one of the top defensive players in the Horizon League with her ability to keep points alive when it appears the play is over. She has excellent instincts and tends to be in the correct spot on the floor at all times. A scrappy defensive player, she possesses outstanding ball control and passing abilities and will once again be counted on to anchor the backrow of the Viking defense.
Needs 338 digs to break the CSU record.
2007 Season (Junior)
Amassed 599 digs, the second most in Horizon League history, to
shatter her own school-record of 457 set in 2006.
Tallied double-digit digs in 30 of 32 matches, posting at least
20 digs 16 times.
Ranked third in the conference in digs (4.87) and seventh in
Had just 33 receiving errors as the team's primary serve
receiver and passer.
Totaled career-best 36 digs, one shy of tying the school-record,
against Milwaukee (9/29), while also recording a 30-dig effort
versus Kent State (8/28).
Notched career-best five service aces against IUPUI (8/24).
Opened the season with three straight matches of at least 20
2006 Season (Sophomore)
Played in all 28 matches and set a school-record with 457 digs,
breaking the old mark of 455 set in 2005 by Alisa Hatcher.
Ranked third in the Horizon League in digs per game (4.66 dpg)
and averaged 5.00 digs per game in 14 league contests.
Finished third on the squad with 28 aces.
Tallied double digit digs in 25-of-28 matches, including the
final 14 of the season.
Posted at least 15 digs on 16 occasions and at least 20 digs in
Recorded season-high 31 digs in 3-2 loss at Temple (8/26).
Amassed 26 digs, three aces and three assists in league
semifinal against UIC (11/18).
Two-time Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 18
and Oct. 2).
2005 Season (Freshman)
Appeared in 20 matches as a defensive specialist.
Tallied a pair of aces and 13 digs.
Notched a career-high five digs vs. Ohio State (9/6).
Three-time all-district and all-conference selection at
Nelsonville-York High School, playing for coach Stephanie
Gatorade Player of the Year in 2002.
Led team to two conference (2003 & `04), two sectional
titles (2002 & `03) and district runner-up finishes in 2002 and
Finished with 527 career kills.
Was a two-time all-conference pick in basketball and led team to
first-ever league title in 2004-05.
Three-time all-academic Honor Roll selection.
2004 national nominee for the Wendy's High School Heisman.
Born Jan. 10, 1987 in Lancaster, Ohio.
Daughter of Sue and Ed Bateman.
Has two older brothers, Jasper and Jarvis.
President of Student Council as a H.S. senior and member of
National Honor Society.
Elks Student of the Year for 2004-05.
Earned CSU's Athletic Academic Excellence Award in 2007 and
Health sciences and spanish major.