Jordyn Oliver - Women's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#11 Jordyn Oliver Season 2023-24

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Class Senior
Height 5-10
Hometown Prosper, Texas
High School Prosper
Major Undeclared

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As a Redshirt Junior – at Duke (2022-23)

  • Appeared in all 33 games for Duke, starting the first seven games of the year
  • Totaled 62 assists to 37 turnovers for an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.7.
  • Her 1.9 assists per game ranked third on the team.
  • Tallied at least three assists in nine games, including a six assist and zero turnover outing vs. Charleston Southern (Nov. 10) and a pair of seven assist to zero turnover performances in back-to-back games against Northwestern (Dec. 1) and at Richmond (Dec. 4).
  • Grabbed four rebounds and dished out three assists in her Duke debut
  • Dropped 10 points, eight rebounds and four assists at Davidson (Dec. 12)
  • Had 10 points and four dimes at Boston College (Feb. 9)
  • Chipped in 10 points and four rebounds against Iona (March 18) in the NCAA Tournament first round game

As a Junior – at Duke (2021-22)

  • Transferred to Duke after two seasons at Baylor
  • Redshirted due to injury

As a Sophomore – at Baylor (2020-21)

  • Helped lead the Lady Bears to the Elite Eight in 2021 along with Big 12 Conference regular season and tournament championships
  • Appeared in 25 contests with three starts
  • Averaged 4.0 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists
  • Featured an impressive 2.6 assist-turnover-ratio (50-19)
  • Dished a career-high 10 assists and had a then career-high 12 points against Northwestern State
  • Tallied a career-high 15 points against McNeese to go along with 11 rebounds, three assists, one blocked shot and one steal in 21 minutes, which marked her second collegiate double-double in back-to-back contests
  • Collected 14 points against Jackson State in the NCAA Tournament and 11 points versus TCU in the Big 12 Conference Tournament.

As a Freshman – at Baylor (2019-20)

  • Big 12 Conference regular season and tournament champion
  • Appeared in 23 games, carrying an impressive 2.3 assist-to-turnover ratio
  • Averaged 2.8 points, 1.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists per contest
  • Tied a season-high nine points at Kansas to go along with six boards and four assists
  • Scored nine points again against the Jayhawks on Feb. 5
  • Dished six assists in her first two games as a collegiate player
  • Registered at least three assists in 11 games in her rookie campaign

USA Basketball

  • Participated in the 2018 USA Women’s U17 World Cup Team Trials and the 2016 USA Basketball Women’s U17 World Championship Team trials
  • Helped the 2017 United States U16 National Team claim the FIBA Americas U16 Championship gold medal with a 5-0 record in Buenos Aires, Argentina, qualifying the USA for the 2018 FIBA U17 World Cup
  • Appeared in all five contests and averaged 3.6 points and 3.6 rebounds

The Oliver File

  • Transfers to Vanderbilt after two seasons at Duke and two seasons at Baylor
  • Appeared in all five contests and averaged 3.6 points and 3.6 rebounds
  • McDonald’s All-American (2019)
  • Naismith Trophy National High School All-American Honorable Mention selection (2019)
  • Jordan Brand Classic All-American (2019)
  • Named the USA Today Texas Player of the Year (2019)
  • Earned TABC 6A All-State her senior season and was 5A All-State in each of her first three seasons
  • Named the Star Local Media Most Valuable Player of the 2018-19 All-Area Team
  • Averaged 20 points and nine rebounds as a senior and collected more than 2,000 career-points at Prosper High School
  • Ranked No. 12 overall and No. 4 at her position by ESPN Hoopgurlz
  • Five-star recruit
  • Full name is Jordyn Rae-Ann Oliver
  • Born on April 22, 2001 in Fremont, Calif.
  • Daughter of Dwayne and Carmell Oliver
  • Has three brothers, Brennen Bryson Adams, Marcus Oliver-Davis and Dwayne Oliver
  • Her uncle, LaTroy Hawkins, played Major League Baseball for 21 seasons with 11 different teams, most notably with the Minnesota Twins from 1995-2003
  • Her cousin, Jared Cunningham, played basketball at Oregon State University and in the NBA, last with the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Majoring in sociology