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Jordan DuFault


Jordan Dufault

Hometown: Lakewood, Calif.
Birth Year: 1988
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 6-4 (196cm)
Weight: 200 (87kg
College: UC Irvine
Joined Team: 2011

MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: 2012 – Pan American Cup (Gold Medal). 2011 – Pan American Games

CLUB VOLLEYBALL: Started playing volleyball in 2003 at Highline Volleyball Club in Long Beach, Calif.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 2010 - Second team All-American choice with UC Irvine, named second team All-MPSF honoree... Second on the team with a 4.06 kill average, ninth among MPSF players... Recorded double-digit kills 25 times... Recorded double-digit digs nine 10 times... Totaled a career-high 30 kills vs. USC. 2009 - Hit game-winner for the NCAA National Championship Title…Second team All-American selection, third-team All-MPSF honoree. 2008 - Played in 61 matches and had double-figure kills sic times. 2007: Redshirt freshman during the UC Irvine NCAA National Championship Title…Member of the recruiting class that was ranked second by Volleyball Magazine.   

PERSONAL: Born Jordan Bradley DuFault in 1988 in Bellflower, Calf. to parents Bradley and Pamela DuFault... Jordan has two older sisters, Andrea and Ashley... Jordan graduated from St. John Bosco High School in 2006 and graduated from UC Irvine in 2011 with a degree in Sociology… His favorite food is a Blue Cheeseburger… favorite book is The Alchemist… favorite music is reggae and favorite musical artist is Slightly Stoopid… Jordan names Fight Club as his favorite movie and Edward Norton as his favorite actor… The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim is his favorite team and New England Patriot quarterback, Tom Brady is his favorite athlete… when he isn’t on the court Jordan likes to surf, play disc golf, beach volleyball and go camping… he most admires Lance Armstrong is his most admired person because he has “continued to battle adversity throughout his career and continues to be successful,”… his happiest moment was when he had the match-winning swing in the 2009 NCAA National Championship match against the University of Southern California.

Last updated October, 2011

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