Jordan returns to WC as assistant volleyball coach

ALEXIS JORDAN

CHESTERTOWN — Alexis Jordan has returned to alma mater Washington College as an assistant volleyball coach, head coach Jamie Leventry announced in a news release Aug. 6.

Jordan was a four-year letter winner for the Shore ladies and a team captain.

She graduated in 207 with degrees in business management and philosophy and religion.

For the past two years Jordan coached volleyball in her native Florida.

During the 2017-18 academic year, she was the head junior varsity and assistant varsity coach at Palm Beach Central High School in Wellington.

She served as head coach for both programs last year.

She also was a coach for Tribe Volleyball Academy in Pompano, Fla., for two years.

As a student-athlete at Washington College, Jordan was a three-time Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll qualifier and was Washington’s representative on the conference’s All-Sportsmanship Team as a senior.

Throughout her four years here, she was among the team’s leaders in kills and blocks.

Jordan also was president of the college’s chapter of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority and was an intern for two years in the Office of Wellness and Prevention Education.

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