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Jordan Doggett Verbals to North Georgia!

posted Feb 4, 2015, 4:37 PM by A Arthur Hoover
February 4, 2015

Jordan Doggett, Class of 2016 Middle Infielder has verbally committed to the University of North Georgia in the Peach Belt Conference.  Jordan made her decision after visiting several programs in the nation, including schools in the Big 10, Atlantic Sun and Big South conferences.  Jordan felt that after touring the facilities at UNG and getting to know Head Coach Mike Davenport, it was the right fit for her.  “It’s the perfect distance from home, far enough but not too far away; and the facilities were beautiful” said Jordan.

Jordan has just come off of a phenomenal 2014 high school year, where she led her high school team in several offensive categories, garnering her the Henry Daily Herald Player of the Year title.  As a sophomore, she helped her team secure a Class 5A State Championship.  In her junior year, she put up impressive numbers including a .564 batting average and a .627 on-base percentage, along with 40 stolen bases!  Jordan has blossomed into her role as a natural leader at all levels.   

This marks the second Georgia Elite player to commit to coach Davenport at UNG.  Fellow team mate Lexi Duncan also recently verbally committed as well.  Jordan and Lexi are excited to continue their long friendship and roles as team mates into college.

We are so proud of our future Nighthawk.  Jordan Doggett is indeed Elite!


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