#19 Jordan Donohoue |  Forward

Height: 5-2

Year: Senior

Hometown: Manhattan, Kan.

Previous School: Manhattan

Major: Biology

Career Stats

2013 First Team All-GPAC
2013 Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska
2013 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
2012 Honorable Mention All-GPAC
2012 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete

2013: Senior
Donohoue started all 20 games while seeing time as a forward, midfielder and defender ... led Concordia to wins in three of its final four regular-season games upon moving to defender ... served as a key cog in a unit that set a school record for fewest goals allowed in a season (27) ... recorded two goals and two assists on the season ... fired 24 shots, including nine on goal ... scored one goal each vs. Grace University on 9-25-13 and vs. Nebraska Wesleyan on 10-12-13 ... finished career with 15 goals and 13 assists in 72 games.

2012: Junior
Jordan appeared in 16 games during the 2012 season, starting in all 16 of those games... Jordan finished the season with two goals and was second on the team with five assists... Jordan recorded three assists in one game against Sterling College

2011: Sophomore
Jordan appeared in and started 18 matches in the 2011 season…was third on the team with six goals scored…added one assist for a total of 13 points…finished with 36 total shots (17 on goal)…scored one game-winning goal. 

2010: Freshman
Started all 18 games in her first year for the Bulldogs…Finished with five goals and five assists for a total of 15 points…Had one game-winning goal on the year…Totaled 29 shots with 20 shots on goal…Scored a goal and added two assists in Concordia’s 5-1 season-opening win over York College on 8-28-10…Scored individual goals at Wayne State on 9-4-10, at Midland University on 9-29-10, vs. Nebraska Wesleyan on 10-5-10 and vs. Briar Cliff on 10-30-10…scored the game-winning goal vs. Neb. Wesleyan on 10-5-10…Had assists at Bellevue on 9-12-10, vs. Neb. Wesleyan on 10-5-10 and at Doane College on 10-20-10.

High School 
Prepped at Manhattan high school under Brett Nelson for four years ... Team captain for two years ... Started for the Indians for four years earning four varsity letters ... Earned First Team All-League, All-Region and All-State honors junior and senior years ... Also earned MVP of her high school ... Team was 2010 Centennial League Champions ... Also played basketball for four years ... Was on the National Honor Society, Academic Honor Roll and was Rotary Club student of the month.

Born July 7 in Manhattan, Kansas ... Daughter of Tim and Cindy Donohoue ... Has one younger brother.