Green Wave opens best of five series; Games will run through Sunday
Green Wave Eye Return to the NCAA Tournament in 2013
Seven Earn All-Conference USA Honors, Five Honored as All-State
Florio, Schaffer Homer in 13-7 Victory Over Memphis on Saturday
Tulane Holds 13-5 Record in Season Opener Under Rick Jones
2015 (Redshirt Junior): Appeared in 19 games, all in relief...went 0-0 with a 10.22 ERA in 12. 1 innings...allowed 23 hits, 14 runs and 14 earned runs while striking out 17 and walking 13...held opponents to a .390 batting average...pitched in one combined shutout...struck out two in 1.0 inning at Pepperdine (2/14)...fanned two in 1.2 innings of work out of the bullpen at Southeastern Louisiana (2/18)...totaled 1.2 innings against San Francisco (2/21 and 2/22) across two games...struck out two in 0.2 innings at Southern Miss (3/11)...fanned two at UC Riverside (3/21)...picked up strikeouts against UConn (3/29) and at UNC Wilmington (3/31)...posted two strikeouts in 1.1 inning out of the bullpen at Houston (4/11)...pitched 0.1 innings during a combined shutout of UCF (4/19)...appeared in games at Cincinnati (4/26) and against USF (5/8) during the regular season before facing two batters in a contest against UNC Wilmington (5/29) during the NCAA Baton Rouge Regionals.2014 (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in one game in a relief role...pitched 1.0 inning against UTSA (4/4) in the first game of a doubleheader...allowed one hit and one run while walking two. Earned Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll honors.
2013 (Sophomore): Did not play baseball in 2013.
2012 (Freshman): Made three appearances out of the bullpen...posted two scoreless outings...struck out a batter in one of his three outings...tossed a scoreless frame in his collegiate debut versus Southeastern Louisiana (2/28) with two walks and a strikeout...logged a scoreless inning with only a hit batter versus UMBC (3/25)...allowed three runs at Memphis (3/31) in a relief appearance.
About Jordan Gross
Prep: Lettered three times for head coach Mark DeMenna while at Don Bosco Prep...named First Team All-New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association during his senior season and earned Second Team All-NJSIAA as a junior...led the Ironmen to the Bergen County Championship during his senior season...led DBP to a 25-1 overall record and helped them finish 30th in the finale Perfect Game National High School Poll...was rated the 11th best prospect in New Jersey by Perfect Game...played summer baseball for the North Florida Bandits...was a 40th Round selection of the Boston Red Sox in the 2011 MLB Draft.
Personal: Born Jordan Taylor Gross on June 24, 1993...the son of Jack and Barbara Gross...has one brother, Zach...brother, Zach, plays baseball at Lafayette College.