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  Jordan Jones
School: Mississippi State University
Year: Junior
Home Town: Tupelo, Mississippi
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Home Country:
High School: Shannon High School
Height: 5-10
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: Wednesday, April 04, 1984
Dominant Hand:
Major: Criminal Justice
Singles Record: 1-10
Doubles Record: 0-1
Newcomer to the MSU program who transferred from North Alabama after two years of play with the Lions...A native Mississippian...A baseliner with very good groundstrokes, especially on the forehand side.

2004-05 (JUNIOR):
FALL--Posted a 1-8 singles record in his first semester at MSU...Did not compete in doubles during the semester...Lone victory came in the round of 16 of Division III action at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships (Athens, GA)...Saw action in four other tournaments during the term.

2003-04 (SOPHOMORE):
Went 7-10 in singles while holding down the #1 position for North Alabama during the spring season...Was also 6-11 in doubles, playing at the #2 spot in the lineup for the Lions.

2002-03 (FRESHMAN):
Was North Alabama's #3 player as a true freshman, compiling a 3-7 mark at that position...Went 2-9 combined in doubles play at the #2 and 3 spots in the lineup.

Attended Shannon [MS] High School from 1999-2002...Was the Mississippi 3A singles champion in 1999, 2000 and 2001...Helped lead SHS to the Mississippi state title all four of his seasons at Shannon (3A in 1999-2001; 4A in 2002)...A member of the Mississippi Junior Davis Cup Team from 1999-2001...Held the state's #1 junior ranking for Boys' 18s in 2001.

Evan Jordan Jones was born April 4, 1984, in Tyler, Texas...The son of Lowry and Sharon Jones...Likes the talents of pro stars Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi...Likes to play basketball, fish and hunt in his spare time...Majoring in criminal justice at State.

"Jordan transferred from North Alabama because of his desire to play on an SEC team. His first semester at MSU has been exactly what I expected from him, and he is now strong enough to develop his potential towards his goal."


Season		#1	#2	#3	#4	#5	#6	Dual	SEC	Overall	Pct.
Fall 2004	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	1-8	.111


Season		#1	#2	#3	Dual	SEC	Overall	Pct.
Fall 2004	--	--	--	--	--	--	--