Iona Men's Basketball BIO
23 Jordan Washington
- Fourth-year performer and one of the top big men in the MAAC.
- Brings size and a unique skill set. A physical front court player with soft hands, quick feet, and a good touch around the basket.
- Transfered to Iona after two seasons at NJCAA nationally ranked Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, IA.
AS A JUNIOR (2015-16):
- All-MAAC Second Team Selection
- Ranked 15th in the MAAC in scoring, seventh in rebounding, fourth in field goal percentage, and fourth in offensive rebounding.
- Appeared in 31 games, making 23 starts
- Averaged 14.2 PG, 6.4 RPG, shooting 51.4% from te floor.
- Had a season-high 33 points at Fairfield (Jan. 24)
- Recorded four double-doubless on the season, including 26 points and 12 rebounds gainst Iowa State in the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 17).
- In basic statistics stretched out to forty minutes, he would average 29 PPG, 13 RPG, seven FT per game, and 1.2 BLK/Game.
AT INDIAN HILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
- Helped the team to a 63-8 record and two national tournaments.
- Appeared in 65 games and averaged 12.3 points and 6.5 rebounds.
- Ended his career No. 3 all-time in IHCC history with 372 free throw attempts.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014-15, INDIAN HILLS):
- Played in 30 games with 10 starts for a team that lost in the first round of the NJCAA national tournament.
- Named NJCAA Second Team All-American and All-Region 11 First Team.
- Led Indian Hills in scoring (15.1 ppg) and was second in rebounding (7.4 rpg).
- Shot 54.0% from the field scored 10 or more points 25 time including the final 17 games of the season and a season-best 35-point effort.
- His 212 free throw attempts were the 3rd highest single-season total in school history.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14, INDIAN HILLS):
- Played 35 games with 14 starts and helped team to the NJCAA national tournament championship game.
- Averaged 9.8 ppg with season-best game of 28 points.
- His 5.7 rpg tied for first on the team.
- Shot 58.7% from the floor.
- Scored in double figures in 15 games.
BEFORE INDIAN HILLS (PATHWAYS HIGH SCHOOL):
- The Queens, NY native starred scholastically at Pathways High School earning a pair of PSAL Class B division titles.
- Scoring 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the title game as a junior.
- Helped lead his Heights AAU team to the 17U championship at the Adidas Super 64, claiming MVP honors in the process.
- Helped lead New Heights to the championship game the year before.