2016 First-Team All-SEC
2016 Second-Team All-Louisiana
Announced on October 3, 2018, that he elected to forgo his fifth season of eligibility with the LSU baseball program ... cited issues caused by a serious knee injury he suffered in 2017 preseason practice as the primary factor in his decision ... remained enrolled at LSU and continued to pursue a degree in marketing ... outstanding power hitter that returned to action in 2018 after missing the entire 2017 season due to the knee injury suffered in preseason practice ... a 2016 first-team All-SEC selection at the DH/Utility position ... for his LSU entire career (2015-18), he played in 116 games (84 starts), batting .269 (80-for-297) with 15 doubles, seven homers, 56 RBI, 63 runs and 34 hit-by-pitches ... a player that encompasses versatility, and he is an on-base machine, leading the SEC in hit-by-pitches in 2016 with 23 ... named an All-Star in the 2016 Cape Cod summer league as a member of the Brewster (Mass.) Whitecaps.
Batted .256 (22-for-86) in 37 games (27 starts) with five doubles, two homers and 17 RBI ... started 20 games at first base, two games at catcher and five game at DH ... collected a career-high four hits in four at-bats on April 3 vs. Nicholls; also had two doubles in the game, marking the first two-double game of his career ... 3-for-4 vs. Texas (Feb. 24) with two RBI and two runs scored ... launched his first career grand slam in the sixth inning of the Tigers' win on Feb. 16 versus Notre Dame; narrowed a 6-0 deficit to 6-4 in a game LSU eventually won, 7-6.
Received a medical redshirt in 2017 after suffering a knee injury in preseason practice that forced him to sit out the entire season.
Played in 58 games (54 starts), batting .293 (55-for-188) with seven doubles, five homers, 33 RBI and 40 runs ... started 39 games at DH and 15 at first base ... batted .333 (28-for-84) in SEC regular-season games (third on the team) with three doubles, four homers, 14 RBI and 18 runs ... led the SEC in hit-by-pitch as he was struck 23 times; the 23 HBP is the most by an LSU player since at least 1984 ... 5-for-11 in three games at Tennessee (May 13-15) with one homer, two RBI and two runs ... provided game-winning RBI at Notre Dame on May 11 (Game 2 of DH) with a two-run single in the top of the seventh inning to break a scoreless tie ... batted .455 (5-for-11) in Ole Miss series (April 28-30) with two doubles, one RBI and two runs scored ... 4-for-12 in Miss. State series (April 22-24); launched a two-run homer in Game 3 win over the Bulldogs ... batted .400 (4-for-10) in LSU's three-game sweep at Missouri (April 15-17) with two homers, eight RBI and three runs scored ... his three-run homer in the fifth inning in Game 1 highlighted a five-run inning as LSU erased a 2-1 deficit and went on to post a 7-5 victory ... Jordan drove in three runs in the Game 3 win at Mizzou with a two-run single and a solo homer ... batted .364 (4-for-11) in the Alabama series (March 19-20) with one double and two runs ... launched first career LSU home run on March 16 versus New Orleans.
Played in 21 games (three starts), batting .130 (3-for-23) with three doubles, six RBI and five runs scored ... posted back-to-back two-RBI games in LSU wins over Boston College (Feb. 20 and 21) ... collected a double and two RBI in LSU win at Georgia (April 18).
Prior to LSU
A 2014 Louisville Slugger All-American, a two-time Class 5A All-State selection and a three-time All-District selection ... helped lead Barbe HS to state titles in 2012 and 2014 ... batted .481 in 2014 with a .640 on-base percentage, 50 hits, 37 runs, 10 doubles, four homers, 29 RBI, 35 HBP and 21 stolen bases ... set high school national record for most times hit by pitch in a career (67) and in a season (35) ... MVP of 2012 State Championship Tournament ... also played defensive end for the Barbe High football team.
Full name is Bryce Ray Jordan ... parents are Brad and Lori Jordan ... twin brother, Beau, is his LSU teammate ... has one younger brother, Brock ... grandfather, Joe Jordan, played football for Ole Miss and Southeastern Louisiana ... chose to attend LSU because “it is one of the top programs in college baseball, and the atmosphere of 12,000 fans cheering you on every night is incredible” ... majoring in marketing at LSU ... born September 5, 1995, in Lake Charles, La.
Bryce Jordan's LSU Career Highs
At-Bats: 6 vs. Florida (5/25/16)
Hits: 4 vs. Nicholls (4/3/18)
Runs Scored: 3 three; most recently vs. Texas (2/23/18)
Doubles: 2 vs. Nicholls (4/3/18)
Home Runs: 1 seven times; most recently vs. Grambling (2/27/18)
RBI: 4 vs. Notre Dame (2/16/18); at Missouri (4/17/16)