Career at Tulsa: A three-year letterwinner ... has made 71 appearances and 58 starts ... has posted a career record of 34-20 ... has a 2.67 career ERA, 39 complete games and seven shutouts, has given up 283 hits, 165 runs, 141 earned runs, 187 walks and 387 strikeouts in 370.1 innings and has a .211 opponent batting average ... her seven shutouts ranks eighth in school history.
Junior (2010): Pitched in 22 games with 17 starts ... posted a 7-8 record with a 3.13 ERA in 105.0 innings ... allowed 57 runs, 47 earned runs, 57 walks and had 113 strikeouts, allowing a .249 opponent batting average ... recorded 10 or more strikeouts three times and seven or more strikeouts six times ... pitched seven complete games.
Sophomore (2009): Was an all-Conference USA Second Team selection ... appeared in 23 games and started 18, throwing 16 complete games ... had a 13-6 record, throwing 121.1 innings and allowed 96 hits, 57 runs, 54 earned runs, 60 walks and 130 strikeouts, and had a .219 opponent batting average ... was named C-USA Pitcher of the Week on March 9 after beating UCF with 13 strikeouts and allowing only two runs and four hits ... earned an NCAA tournament win - the first of her career - and held OU to just three runs in an elimination game that TU won, 5-3 vs. Oklahoma (5/16).
Freshman (2008): Became a major force in the circle for the Golden Hurricane as her freshman season progressed, earning starts in the Conference USA Championship first round against UTEP and in the first game of the NCAA Norman Regional against Arkansas ... appeared in 26 games with 23 starts ... was a second-team All-Conference USA selection and a member of the C-USA All-Freshman Team ... posted a 14-6 record and led the Hurricane with a 1.94 ERA, in shutouts with five, hits allowed with 89, runs allowed with 51 (40 earned), strikeouts with 143, opponent batting average with .175, and allowed only 70 walks, while tying for the team lead with 16 complete games ... threw two no-hitters, one against Southern Miss on March 8 (Tulsa won 12-0 in five innings) and one against Missouri State on April 23 ... the no-hitter against Southern Miss was Tulsa's first against C-USA competition since TU joined the league prior to the 2006 season ... allowed more than three runs only four times and more than four runs only twice ... totaled double-digit strikeouts three times ... her opponent batting average for a single-season was the lowest in school history, while her ERA ranked eighth, her 6.95 strikeouts per 7.0 innings ranked third, her 14 wins ranked seventh, her 16 complete games ranked eighth, her five shutouts ranked sixth, her 143 strikeouts ranked fourth and her 48 strikeouts-looking ranked third.
High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Mannford High School ... broke the Oklahoma record for most strikeouts in a state tournament game with 31, and the state tournament with 63 ... posted a 28-1 record as a senior, including a 0.067 ERA with 19 shutouts and 406 strikeouts ... finished her prep career with 1,108 career strikeouts ... won the Ferguson Jenkins Award for her work both on the field and in the classroom ... earned all-state and all-region honors as a senior, including being named the Tulsa World Pitcher of the Year and a Wendy's Heisman Athlete ... was a three-time all-conference performer in softball, and a two-time all-conference selection in basketball ... helped lead the Pirates to a state title as a senior and a runner-up finish as a sophomore ... played club ball with Oklahoma Ultimate Gold and the Oklahoma Eclipse.
Personal: Born Jordan Brittany Kinard on August 26, 1989 in Tulsa, Okla. ... daughter of Greg and Tonya Kinard ... has one brother ... favorite professional athlete is Dwyane Wade ... favorite movie is Dumb and Dumber ... major is nursing.
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