Jordan Reid is in her first season as the assistant coach with the Delaware State softball program. Her duties include focusing in on all aspects of the program with emphasis on outfield play, hitting development and assisting with the day-to-day operations.
Reid is also no stranger to DSU.
Before joining the staff as an assistant, Reid served as a graduate assistant during the 2013 season for the Hornets. During that year, infielder Nicole Gazzolla earned NFCA All-Region Second Team honors, while two Hornets received MEAC All-Tournament Team and First Team All-MEAC recognition.
At the plate, the Hornets finished second in hitting (.308) amongst the MEAC, along with being in the top five in all offensive and defensive categories within the conference.
As a player, Reid was a standout for DSU as an outfielder (2009-12). Notable accomplishments for Reid included becoming the first Hornet ever to earn Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I All-Mid Atlantic First Team honors, while also being named MEAC Player of the Year in three consecutive seasons (2010, 2011, 2012). During the 2011 season, she finished with second highest batting average (.497) in the country.
She also was an ECAC Division I All-Star and Lowe's Senior Class Award nominee during her time on the field.
In the DSU record books, she currently sits in the top five for most career hits.
Educational wise, Reid received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and is currently enrolled in the sport administration master’s program at DSU.