2012-13 Men's Basketball Roster

Jordan Hickman

#33 Jordan Hickman

Height: 6-3
Weight: 200
Class: Senior
Position: Guard
Major: Business Administration
Hometown: Bardstown, Ky.
Previous School: Vincennes University

Athletic/Academic Honors

2012-13: Played in 31 games and started 31 this season for the Warriors...Averaged 10.7 points per game... 3-point shooting (34-of-100) hitting .340 percent of his shots behind the arc...Scored a season-high 20 points against Marygrove and Siena Heights...Finished the season with 148 rebounds, 106 assists, 16 blocks, and 35 steals

2011-12: Played in 30 games and started 29 in his first season with the Warriors...Earned a 3rd Team All-WHAC selection and was named to the WHAC All-Newcomer Team...Was the team's third leading scorer averaging 9.8 points per game and was also the team's top 3-point shooter (42-of-121) hitting over 34 percent of his shots from behind the acr...Scored a season-high 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Michigan-Dearborn...Finished the season with 108 rebounds, 105 assists, 41 steals, and 22 blocks...Ranked 11th in the NAIA in Assist/Turnover Ratio (2.56)...Named to WHAC Champions of Character Team, WHAC All-Academic Team, and inducted into NCAHS Chi Alpha Sigma

Vincennes: The Trailblazers went 19-13 where Jordan averaged 10 points and grabbed five rebounds per game while guarding the opposing team’s top player, regardless of position...He was rated in the Top 150 Junior College players in the nation entering his sophomore year

Southeastern Illinois CC: As a freshman, Hickman was the 6th man and played a major role in the team’s trip to the National Tournament where they finished #8 in the nation with a 23-8 overall record...Was also named to the President’s List due to academic excellence

High School: At Bardstown High Schoool, he was a three-sport athlete, participating in basketball, football, and track...In basketball, he led the team in scoring with 15 points per game and averaged seven rebounds and five assists per contest...Was a two-time All-District, All-Region, Class A All-State, All-Region 5 Tournament team, and a District Player of the Year...He was ranked the No. 23 high school player in the state of Kentucky and in his junior season, the team advanced to the Kentucky Sweet 16...Bardstown went 47-16 over Jordan’s junior and senior seasons...In football, he was a wide receiver and scored 21 career touchdowns and received Division I football recruitment from schools like Louisville and Eastern Kentucky...He also excelled on the track, placing 5th in State High Jump, 7th in State Triple Jump, and 4th in State 4x100 Relay

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