3 Jordan Elkins
3 Jordan Elkins
Height: 5-6
Year: So.
Hometown: Wasilla, Ala.
High School: Alaska Northstar U-19
Position: DEFENSE

As a Sophomore:
Played in 36 games...Registered a career high in points (nine) with one goal and eight assists...Assisted in back-to-back games on (10/30 - 10/31) against Union and RPI...Recorded an assist in a 3-3 tied against Cornell on 11/21...Assisted on the game winning goal against Wayne State on 1/22... Registered a career high with three points in a game (three assists) against Wayne State on 1/23 in a 4-1 win...Scored her first career goal on 2/20 against Brown in a 8-1 victory...Assisted on the game winning goal in a double overtime win in the tournament game against RPI on 2/26.

As a freshman in 2008-09: 
Played in all 34 games for the Bobcats as a defender/forward...Ranked third amongst rookies in points with 4 assists...Registered her first collegiate point early in the season when she assisted Brandice Moniz in the 5-3 loss to St. Cloud on Oct. 4...Dished out her second assist on teammate Evelina Husar's first career goal in the 5-1 loss to Boston University on Nov. 15...Assisted on the lone Bobcat goal by Elyse Cole against RPI on Dec. 5...Continued her point-streak onto the following night where she assisted Kallie Flor's goal in the 4-1 victory over Union on Dec. 6.

Before Quinnipiac: 
A four-year member of the Wasilla Boy's Varsity Hockey Team...  Won three Regional Championships and finished fourth in the state during her four years with Boy's Varsity Team... Played for the Alaska Northstar U-19 team...  A three-year member of the softball team that won two Regional Championships... Three-time captain in softball and served as assistant captain in hockey during her senior season... Named to the All-Region Team in hockey.

A native of Wasilla, Alaska... Daughter of Brent and Jessie Laub-Elkins... Father Brent played four years of varsity football at LSU... Has an older brother, James, and a younger sister Johnna...Majoring in broadcast journalism.