|High School:||Spanish Springs HS|
Jordan turned it on down the stretch of the regulation 2009-10 season, netting a season-high 19 points on Feb. 27 at Long Beach State. That win on the road eventually became the difference-maker in sending the Tigers to the post-season conference tournament, and Rogers' team record-tying six three-pointers sealed the deal in that contest. Rogers was on fire that night, sinking 6-for-7 treys for an .857 shooting percentage. Jordan scored in double-digits on five occasions during her freshman campaign, with 16 at Cal Poly on Feb. 6, 15 points in the final season win against Cal State Northridge on Mar. 6, and finally, Rogers tallied the first double-double of her career against Long Beach State in the Spanos Center on Feb. 20. In that contest, Rogers grabbed an impressive team record 15 rebounds to compliment 10 points against the 49ers.
A 2009 graduate of Spanish Springs HS in Sparks, Nev., Rogers was named the Pre-Season Nevada State Player of the Year and was also a McDonalds All-American nominee. However, Rogers was sidelined during her senior year due to a knee injury. As a junior, she posted an impressive 17.1 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 3.0 steals per game on her way to be named the Player of the Year in both the High Desert League and the Northern Nevada 4A Region. In her first season at Spanish Springs, Jordan set the school record for scoring with 519 points on 187-for-422 shooting (44.3 percent shooting from the floor). Additionally, she set new marks for three-point shooting with 44 made, assists with 110 and defensively for blocks with 53 on the year. Rogers also set the school's single-game scoring record posting 31 points at the Lucini-Parish 2007 Holiday Invitational. Rogers began her career at Reed High School as a sophomore before transferring to Spanish Springs before her junior year. As a Cougar, Jordan established herself as one of the state's top female players after earning Second Team All-State honors in 2008.
Born in Sparks, Nev., Jordan Rogers is the daughter of Natalie Tremayne. She has five siblings, Tyssen, Taylor, Kalie, Katie and Emory. In her first year at Pacific, Jordan plans to study sports pedagogy.