|Hometown:||Victoria, British Columbia|
|High School:||Esquimalt HS|
WSU CAREER: As a SOPHOMORE (2013-14), competed with the varsity eight boat in spring…contributed to first-place finishes for the varsity eight crew against Gonzaga, second session of the Clemson Invite and against Oregon State as team won the Winchell Cup…part of second and third place finishes for the varsity eight in first and third sessions of Clemson Invite…contributed to a third-place finish for the varsity eight at the San Diego Crew Classic…assisted the varsity eight boat with a sixth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, along with a sixth-place team finish…at NCAA championships, helped the varsity eight boat finish 15th overall as team placed 14th…named a 2014 National Scholar-Athlete by the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA)…Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team with a 3.64 GPA…member of the novice team FRESHMAN (2012-13) year…crew placed third at Pac-12 Championships…teamed up with fellow WSU rower Mickey Aylard at the 2013 Canada Summer Games in the women’s eight and helped British Columbia beat out Ontario for the gold.
HIGH SCHOOL: While in high school, participated in rowing, basketball, volleyball, swimming, tennis, badminton, curling, soccer, and sailing…competed in rowing for four years at the Gorge Rowing and Paddling Center in Victoria, British Columbia and the Esquimalt High School rowing team under head coach Jared Csizmaida…won the U19 women’s pair at the Canadian National Rowing Regatta…selected to the 2012 Canadian team for the Junior World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, placing 10th in the world…took first at the 2011 National Rowing Championships in the junior women’s pair event.
PERSONAL: Born Jordan Jean Watson…May of 1994 in Victoria, B.C.…parents Bruce and Ida…older brother William…enjoys rowing, art, science, reading, and working out…pursuing a degree in kinesiology.