Jordyn Cambridge - Women's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#3 Jordyn Cambridge

Guard

Class Junior
Height 5'9''
Hometown Nashville, Tenn.
High School Ensworth
Major Human & Organizational Development

Student-Athlete Features
VUCommodores.com — Cambridge’s Calling

Honors
2019-20 All-SEC Defensive Team
10th-most steals in a season in school history with 85 in 2019-20

Career Highs (through 2020-21 season)
Points: 18 vs. Jacksonville St.
FG Made: 6 vs. Tennessee Tech (12/5/19)
FG Attempts: 13, two times – last vs. UC Irvine (12/20/19)
3FG Made: 3 vs. Jacksonville St. (11/5/19)
3FG Attempts: 5, two times – last at Texas A&M (2/13/20)
FT Made: 6 vs. Samford (12/28/18)
FT Attempts: 6, three times – last at Tennessee (2/23/20)
Rebounds: 10 vs. Columbia (12/29/19)
Assists: 8 at Auburn (2/2/20)
Blocks: 3 at Alabama (1/26/20)
Steals: 7 vs. St. Louis (11/17/19)

As a Junior (2020-21)

  • Did not play during the shortened season due to injury

As a Sophomore (2019-20) – Game-by-Game Statistics

  • All-SEC Defensive team
  • Started all 30 games
  • Led SEC and finished 18th nationally with 85 steals and 2.83 steals per game
  • 10th-most steals in a season in school history (85) and most since 2007-08
  • Second on the team with 105 assists (3.5 per game)
  • Only major conference player with 80+ steals, 100+ assists and 150+ rebounds (one of five players nationally)
  • First Vandy player with 100+ assists and 80+ steals in a season since Jade Huntington had 100 and 87 in 1989-90
  • Finished with 210 points (7.0 per game), 157 rebounds (5. 2 per game) and 14 blocks
  • Scored in double figures 12 times and had three or more steals in 19 games
  • Season-high 18 points in win over Jacksonville State (Nov. 5)
  • Season-high seven steals in win over Saint Louis (Nov. 17), most by a Commodore since 2008
  • Double-double with 11 points and season-high 10 rebounds in win over Columbia (Dec. 29)
  • Season-best eight assists at Auburn (Feb. 2)

As a Freshman (2018-2019)

  • Saw action in 24 games after missing four due to injury
  • Averaged 3.3 points
  • Averaged 15.4 minutes per game

The Cambridge File

  • Product of the Ensworth School in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Led Ensworth School to 25-4 record and Division II-AA state championship as a junior
  • Division II-AA Miss Basketball finalist as sophomore and junior
  • Averaged 14 points/game, 5.4 rebounds/game and 2.1 assists/game
  • Division II-AA state championship MVP
  • Three-time Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Division II all-state recipient
  • 23rd-ranked overall prospect nationally according to ESPNHoopGurlz
  • 4th-ranked guard ESPNHoopGurlz
  • Daughter of Desmond Cambridge and Latresha Malone
  • Has eight siblings: brothers Jalon, Desmond, Devan, Jasiah and Micah and sisters Jaidyn, Kennedy and Jaloni