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Jordan Callahan
Jordan Callahan


Marietta, Ga.

High School:
Blessed Trinity

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190





Men's Basketball Falls Short Against Temple

Green Wave fall, 64-56, to Temple in first American Athletic Conference loss


Men's Basketball Falls to Princeton in CBI to End Season

Green Wave end season with 56-55 loss to Princeton despite 20 points by Jonathan Stark


Men's Basketball Bows Out of C-USA Tournament with Loss to Tulsa

Jay Hook scored 21 points to lead Green Wave in 70-49 loss to Tulsa on Thursday


Former Basketball Star Timmons Continues Career in Iceland

Kendall Timmons, a senior on last season's team, signed to play in Iceland


Men's Basketball Visits Bradley in Second Round of CIT

Green Wave defeated South Alabama on Wednesday to advance in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament

AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): One of three players to start all 31 games (Tarrant and Davis)...Led Tulane with 55 3-pointers made... Ranks ninth in career assists-to-turnover ratio at Tulane...Sits sixth on the Tulane list for career 3-pointers made...Had 21 double figure scoring game during the season and 51 in his career...His 55 3-pointers made ranked him sixth at Tulane for a single season...Scored 16 points in the victory over Nicholls State...Added 16 points and a career-high seven rebounds in the victory over New Orleans...Had 15 points and four steals in the victory over Southern...Led Tulane with 15 points in the win over Jacksonville state...Earned all-tournament honors in the Skip Prosser Tournament...Poured in 18 points and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in the C-USA opener at UCF...Led Tulane with 17 points in the OT loss to Southern Miss...Scored 16 to go with six rebounds and five assists in the victory over SMU...Added 17 points in the loss at Rice...Had 17 points, five rebounds and four assists against Houston...Scored a season-high 19 at UTEP...Posted 16 points and five assists against Tulsa.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Started all 30 games, one of three players on the team that did so...Led the team with 62 3-pointers made and 124 assists...Finished second on the team in scoring (13.7)...His 62 3-pointers tied him for third in a single-season at Tulane and his 166 attempts ranked him sixth...His 124 assists ranked him ninth in a single season at Tulane...Finished 13th in C-USA in scoring, sixth in assists, sixth in 3-pointers made and eighth in assist/turnover ratio...Collected his first career double-double with 21 points and a career-high 12 assists in the victory over Houston (March 2)...Scored a career-high 22 points at East Carolina (Jan. 15) and in the victory over UT-Pan American (Jan. 2)...Led Tulane with 20 points at Southern Miss (Jan. 29) with a career-high six 3-pointers...Poured in 20 points and dished out seven assists in the victory over Maryville on Nov. 22...Scored at least 20 points four times during the season and five times in his career... Knocked down a career-best six 3-points and scored 18 points at Houston on Feb. 12...Led Tulane with 19 points against UCF...Had 16 points at SMU and 15 at Tulsa...Scored a team-high 14 points against UAB...Added 19 points in the win at Southern...Has at least five assists in 11 games, including a career-high 12 against Houston on March 2... Scored 12 points in the win at New Orleans, including knocking down a pair of free throws late in the game to secure the win...Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds and five assists against Auburn-Montgomery...Scored in double figures in 26 of the 30 games.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): One of three true freshman on the team (Beasley, Cameron)...Made his first collegiate appearance on Nov. 30 against Alabama State, scoring two points, grabbing a rebound and dishing out three assists in 10 minutes...Scored two points and dished out an assist in 13 minutes at Lamar on Jan. 2...Earned his first career start on Jan. 16 at Marshall and posted eight points, two rebounds, an assist and a steal in 25 minutes...Scored five points, grabbed two rebounds and dished out three assists in his second start against East Carolina on Jan. 24...Dished out four assists to go with seven points again UTEP on Jan. 27...Led Tulane with a then career-high 12 points of 5-7 shooting and a pair of 3-pointers against Southern Miss on Jan. 30...Scored eight of his then career-high 18 points in overtime to lead Tulane to a win at Rice on Feb. 3...Led the Green Wave with 16 points, including four 3-pointers, at Southern Miss on March 2...Poured in a career-high 21 points and grabbed a career-high five rebounds in the victory over Houston on March 6...Earned C-USA Freshman of the Week on March 7 following his performances at Southern Miss and against Houston...Became the first Tulane player since 2005 to dish out at least 10 assists in a game when he collected a career-high 10 at East Carolina on Feb. 10...Played in 24 games and started 10...Averaged 9.8 points and 2.9 assists per game in his 10 starts.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letterwinner for Brian Marks at Blessed Trinity...Led the team to a two-year mark of 48-10 and earned honorable mention all-state and team MVP honors both seasons...During his senior campaign, averaged 14.3 points and 4.8 assists per game and set the school's single-season scoring mark with 443 points...Guided his team to a regional runner-up finish and to the state tournament "Sweet 16"...Named to the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association State Senior All-Star Team, the Roswell Beacon first team, the All-Fulton County second team, and was selected as the Roswell Neighbor North Fulton County MVP...Averaged 13.5 points and 4.2 assists and set his prep career single game scoring mark with 27 points vs. South Gwinnett as a junior...Played AAU basketball for the nationally-known Georgia Starts under Norman Parker...ESPN.com graded Callahan with a 91, which according to their system classifies him as an Immediate Impact Prospect Player level (Demonstrates rare abilities and has the potential to start as a freshman for a national, top-25 program)...Played one season at The New Hampton Prep School.

PERSONAL: Business marketing major...Born Jordan Alexander Callahan on October 21, 1990, in Atlanta, Ga....Only child of Gregory and Vickie Callahan.