Jordyn spent her first two years of college playing for powerhouse Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) from 2008-2010. In both seasons, she led her team to a #1 ranking in the country, winning both of their league and regional championships, and taking 5th place at the NJCAA National Tournament. During her two years at SLCC, she struck out 317 batters, had a mean ERA of 1.95, and had a record of 44-4. Jordyn also had a mean batting average of .405 with 122 RBIs, and led her conference with 25 doubles during her sophomore year. Jordyn had a variety of athletic honors including: 2nd Team All-Region (freshman year), Scenic West Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year, NJCAA 1st Team All-American, NJCAA 1st Team All-Region, Louisville Slugger 1st Team All-Region, and Louisville Slugger 2nd Team All-American. Her academic honors included: NJCAA 1st Team Academic All-Region and NJCAA 1st Team Academic All-American.
In fall of 2010, Jordyn transferred to University of California, Riverside (UCR) to complete her athletic and academic college career at the Division I level. Despite being injured with bicep tendinitis and a herniated disk, Jordyn led their pitching staff in ERA, opposing batting average, wins, and strikeouts. Additionally, she ended her career with the 4th most wins and 5th most shutouts in their Division I history. During her senior year of college, Jordyn switched to the left side of the plate, becoming a slapper in the line-up. Throughout her years at UCR, she was named Big West Conference Pitcher of the Week, Big West All-Academic, named to the Chancellor’s List, and kept up with her studies graduating Cum Laude with a 3.79 GPA.
Jordyn has previously coached, conducted pitching lessons, and assisted with clinics for all ages in Las Vegas, NV, Salt Lake City, UT, and Riverside, CA. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Sport and Performance Psychology at University of Denver.