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Jordane Carvery
Player Profile:
Jordane Carvery 1805941
Position: Defender
Height: 5'11"
Class: Senior
Experience: 3 Letters
City/State: Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
High School: Bill Crothers Secondary School
Major: Elementary Education
Born: 09/02/1996

2016 Hoosier Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team
2016 Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team
2016 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
2014 Top DrawerSoccer.com Top 100 Freshmen (22)
2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Participant
U-20 Canadian Women’s National Team
U-17 Canadian Women’s National Team

JUNIOR SEASON (2016)
A standout central defender who started all 19 games for the Tigers in 2016 ... Scored her first career goal in LSU's first win of the season against College of Charleston as she headed home Marlena Cutura's corner kick in the 25th minute for the 1-0 win ... Named to the Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team for her defensive performance on season-opening weekend ... Earned all-tournament honors for a second time when she was selected to the Hoosier Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team following LSU's sweep of Indiana and Butler during the non-conference season ... Helped lead the Tigers to the Hoosier Challenge Cup title with a 3-0 win over Indiana in Bloomington and 2-1 win over defending Big East Champion Butler in Indianapolis ... Added an assist in LSU's 4-0 non-conference win over Lamar on Sept. 18 ... Part of LSU's defensive unit that kept seven clean sheets on the season ... Also helped shut out Western Kentucky (1-0) during the non-conference season and Ole Miss (3-0), Mississippi State (1-0) and Alabama (0-0) in SEC play ... LSU's defensive unit ended the season with a 1.51 goals against average in 19 matches on the season ... Attempted five shots with two shots on goal on the season ... Honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as an LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana selection following the season ... Earned her third varsity letter.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015)
Continued her progression as one of the top young center backs in the Southeastern Conference with her performance in 2015 … One of four Tigers to start all 23 matches during the season … A key figure in LSU’s return to the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament for the first time since 2011 and the fifth time in school history … Formed a stellar defensive partnership with senior team captain Alex Arlitt while starting 22 matches together in central defense … LSU’s 1-0 shutout of 15th-ranked Duke was the only match the two did not start alongside one another during a 2015 season in which the Tigers posted a 13-6-4 overall record … A key figure in LSU’s run to the SEC Tournament semifinals after finishing the regular season with a 5-4-2 mark and 17 points for seventh place in the final league table … Member of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the season with a 1.21 goals against average while conceding 29 goals to opponents in 2015 … Helped the Tigers keep six clean sheets in defense on the season, including home non-conference wins against Minnesota, Indiana and 15th-ranked Duke and back-to-back SEC wins against Mississippi State and Arkansas during the conference season … Tigers also played Vanderbilt to a scoreless draw in the league… Credited with her first career assist in LSU’s 4-0 shutout of Indiana on Sept. 6 … Attempted seven shots with three shots on goal on the season … Earned her second varsity letter.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
One of the top freshmen in college soccer with her performance in leading LSU’s defense in 2014 … Honored by TopDrawerSoccer.com as the No. 22-ranked freshman nationally regardless of position in the online publication’s list of the Top 100 freshmen in college soccer for 2014 … Started all 20 matches in her debut season with the Tigers, including 11 starts in SEC play … Partnered with fellow freshman Alexis Urch while playing primarily as a central defender in her rookie season … Also saw action in the defensive midfield late in the regular season … Member of an LSU defensive unit that ended the 2014 season with a 1.76 goals against average while conceding 36 goals to opponents during the campaign … Helped the Tigers pitch four shutouts on the year against Troy, Nicholls and Stephen F. Austin during the non-conference season and Mississippi State in SEC play … A target on set pieces while attempting nine shots with five shots on goal for a .556 shots on goal percentage during the season … Attempted a season-high four shots with two shots on target in LSU’s scoreless draw against Stephen F. Austin on Sept. 8 during the non-conference season … Earned her first varsity letter.

PRIOR TO LSU
Joined the Tigers as an emerging talent in the Canadian Women’s National Team system … Trained with the Under-17 Canadian Women’s National Team for the first time in December 2011 at the age of 15 … Invited to train with the Under-20 Canadian Women’s National Team at the age of 17 as part of a National EXCELeration Camp in December 2013 … Attended a second training camp with Canada’s U-20 national team in Vancouver from Feb. 16-27, 2014 … Took part in a third national training camp with the U-20 Canadian Women’s National Team in April 2014 in preparation for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup … Featured for Canada’s U-20 squad at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in August 2014 prior to her arrival in Baton Rouge ... Trained as part of the U-17 division at the Canadian Soccer Association National Training Center in 2013 … A decorated member of the Ontario Provincial Team during her youth career … Helped guide the Ontario Provincial Team to the U-14 gold medal at the 2010 Canadian Soccer Association National All-Star Championships … Also led her provincial team to the U-16 silver medal in 2012 at the CSA National All-Star Championships … Helped the Ontario Provincial Team to the to the U-18 bronze medal at the Canada Summer Games in 2013 … Coached at the provincial level by Joey Lombardi at U-14, Connie Mercer at U-15, Joe Nucifora at U-16 and Bryan Rosenfeld at U-18 … Played club soccer for five years with Glen Shields Futbol Club under the direction of Dave Benning from 2010-14 … Helped her team at Glen Shields Futbol Club to a double in 2011 by winning the Ontario Youth Soccer League championship and the Ontario-Quebec Competition at the U-15 level … Also helped guide the club to the OYSL Eastern Division U-14 title in 2010 … Also a standout basketball player during her athletics career … Won the U-16 “AA” Provincial Basketball Championships in 2010 with the Scarborough Blues.

PERSONAL
Full name is Jordane Diana Carvery … Born on Sept. 2, 1996 … Parents are Tim Carvery and Nicola Graham … Serves as a volunteer youth coach at Glen Shields Futbol Club … Was an honor student at Bill Crothers Secondary School with a 3.4 grade-point average … Also enjoys swimming and skiing … Majoring in elementary education.

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