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Jordan Fields

  • position Multis
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Jacksonville, Fla.
  • High school Creekside
  • position Multis
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Jacksonville, Fla.
  • High school Creekside

Jordan Fields Bio

2019 Penn Relays Championship of America – SHR
2018 Second-Team Outdoor All-American – High Jump
2020 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Indoors: Participated in six meets for the Gamecocks in 2020, all in the high jump… Reached 1.80m as her season-best mark at the South Carolina Invite… Won three meets for the Gamecocks, including her season debut at the Dr. Sander Challenge in New York City… Took third at the Carolina Challenge with a mark of 1.70m… Won the USC Indoor Open with a mark of 1.69m… Scored for the Gamecocks at the 2020 SEC Indoor Championships with a sixth-place finish with a mark of 1.72m.
Outdoors: Cancelled.

Indoors: Competed in four meets in the high jump… placed second at the Carolina Challenge, jumping 1.70m (5-7)… cleared a season-best 1.74m (5-8 1/2) at the Tiger Paw Invitational… scored at the SEC Championships, tying for sixth with a jump of 1.72m (5-7 3/4).
Outdoors: Took part in eight meets, primarily as a high jumper… earned three victories, at the Buccaneer Invitational (1.75m), Gamecock Invitational (1.70m) and USC Outdoor Open (1.70m)… her mark of 1.75m (5-8 3/4), achieved at the Buccaneer Invitational and the Spec Towns Invitational, was her season best and the sixth-best effort in Carolina history… finished sixth at Penn Relays and 10th at the SEC Championships, where she cleared 1.70m… ran the 110m hurdles twice, including a season-best 14.52 and a second-place finish at the Buccaneer Invitational… ran the 4x400m relay three times, including a win at the Buccaneer Invitational… was part of the shuttle hurdle relay squad that earned a Championship of America title with a time of 56.22… qualified for the NCAA East Regional in the high jump but did not participate.

Indoors: Earned All-America status in the high jump in her second indoor season…jumped 1.80m (5-10 3/4) to win her season debut at the Navy Winter Invitational… cleared 1.85m (6-0 3/4) at the Clemson Invitational, which clinched her berth to the NCAA Indoor Championships… that mark also went down as the second-best effort in Carolina history… finished 11th at the SEC Championships in the high jump… placed ninth at her first career NCAA Championships, clearing 1.81m (5-11 1/4) to earn second-team All-America status… also took part in two pentathlon competitions, placing second at the Clemson Invitational and eighth to score for the Gamecocks at the SEC Championships… her score of 3,967 from Clemson ranks fifth in Gamecock history.
Outdoors: Took part in the high jump and the heptathlon in her first outdoor campaign… earned a second-place finish at the USC Open in the high jump, and took fourth at Penn Relays, where she jumped a season-best 1.74m (5-8 1/2)… finished ninth at the SEC Championships in the high jump… qualified for the NCAA East Regional, where she finished 40th… took part in the heptathlon at Georgia and at the SEC Championships… scored at the conference meet, with her mark of 4,769 good for eighth place and the seventh-best mark in Carolina history… was also a relay fixture for the Gamecocks, including podium finishes at the Florida Relays and Penn Relays in the shuttle hurdle relay.

Indoors: Was Carolina’s top performer in the pentathlon… finished ninth in the pentathlon at the Razorback Invitational, second at the Tiger Paw Invitational, and 12th at the SEC Championships… her top score of 3,667 points, from the Arkansas meet, ranked seventh in school history at the end of the year.
Outdoors: Did not compete for the Gamecocks… participated at the USATF Jr. Championships in June, where she finished fifth in the high jump (5-7) and eighth in the 400m hurdles (1:02.29).

High School
Was the St. John’s Female Track Athlete of the Year in 2014 and 2016 and the Creekside High School Team MVP in 2013 and 2014… Was the 2015 New Balance Nationals American Champion and the 2015 World Youth Trials Champion in the heptathlon… Was runner-up in the heptathlon at New Balance Nationals in 2014… Placed fourth at the Florida state meet in the high jump and fifth in the 100mH in 2016 while also taking fourth as part of the 4x400m relay… Finished fifth in the high jump and seventh in the 100mH at the 2015 state meet… At the 2014 state meet, placed fourth in the high jump, fifth in the 100mH and sixth in the 100m dash… Earned 3rd in the high jump at the Florida state high school meet in 2013.

Daughter of Ricky and Cheryl Fields… Has one sister, Jadyn… Graduated cum laude from high school… Plans to major in pharmacy at South Carolina… Chose South Carolina over Georgia, Florida State, Miami, Kentucky and Rutgers because she felt it was the school that would most help her excel on the track at an elite level while obtaining a doctorate in pharmacy.

Indoor Personal Records
1:16.37 (2/3/17 Armory Invitational)
2:16.58 (2/24/17 SEC Championships)
8.64 (2/24/18 SEC Championships)
Shot Put
9.36m | 30-8 1/2 (2/24/17 SEC Championships)
High Jump
1.85m | 6-0 3/4 (1/19/18 Clemson Invitational)
Long Jump
5.72m | 18-9 1/4 (1/21/17 Vanderbilt Invitational)
3,967 points (1/19/18 Clemson Invitational)
Outdoor Personal Records
25.77 (4/6/18 Bulldog Heptathlon)
2:27.75 (5/12/18 SEC Championships)
14.13 (+0.6) (4/6/18 Bulldog Heptathlon)
1:02.29 (6/22/17 USATF Jr. Championships)
Long Jump
5.60m | 18-4 1/2 (3/23/18 Seems Baskin Invitational)
High Jump
1.75m | 5-8 3/4 (4/6/19 Spec Towns Invitational)
Shot Put
8.73m | 28-7 3/4 (5/11/18 SEC Championships)
24.81m | 81-4 (5/12/18 SEC Championships)
4,769 points (5/12/18 SEC Championships)