Midwest City, Okla. – Jordan Stanbrough graduated from Yukon High School in 2014 before starting her soccer career with the Lady Raiders. After earning a degree in pre-education at Rose State College, she is now transferring to Mid America Christian University (MACU) to continue both her academic and soccer careers.
Playing center back at Rose State during the Lady Raiders inaugural season was a special time for Jordan. She said, “It helped prepare me for this next step in my career by giving me the time and tools I needed to mature as a player.” Not only did she mature on the field but starting at Rose State helped Jordan make the transition to college life and encouraged her to develop good study methods now to further prepare her for transfer to a four-year institution.
Although Jordan is excited about signing with MACU, she admits that she will miss the Lady Raiders Head Coach, Damon Solomon and spending time with her teammates. She takes with her the wealth of knowledge earned in her two years at Rose State as well as memories from the soccer field.
Photo cutline: Stanbrough signs to play soccer with Mid-America Christian University at a ceremony hosted by Rose State College. Left to right: Co-Head Coach for MACU – Zach Bice, Jordan Stanbrough, Co-Head Coach for MACU – Evan Dresel, and Head Coach for Rose State College – Damon Solomon.