2015 (JUNIOR): Played in 49 games, starting 20 with most coming at third base ... Ranked second on the team with a .473 on-base percentage, the fifth-highest mark in South Carolina single-season history ... Also on the single-season charts, her 12 hit-by-pitches tied for second and her 0.53 walks per game stood eighth ... In two starts and one pinch-hitting appearance during the Pirate Classic (2/6-8), she reached base in every opportunity, including five times in her first start of the year against Delaware State ... In that game, she doubled, went 2-for-2, walked three times and scored two runs ... Also scored twice while hitting a home run in the Longwood start ... Scored two of the Gamecocks' three runs in the loss to No. 9/8 Florida State in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic (2/19) ... Scored three times while going 2-for-2 with a home run in the Liberty win (3/5) ... Posted a hit in every game vs. No. 9/15 Tennessee (3/13-15), including going 2-for-5 with a double and two RBI in the nine-inning win on Saturday night ... Those three games came in the midst of her season-best seven-game hitting streak ... Scored four runs in the victory at UNC Wilmington (3/31), hitting a homer, walking twice and stealing two bases ... Followed that with a 3-for-4, double-and-two-RBI day vs. College of Charleston (4/1) ... Drove in two in a 2-for-3 effort in the win vs. Georgia Southern (4/21) ... Walked twice and was hit by a pitch in the season ending contest vs. No. 13/14 UCF during the Tallahassee Regional (5/16) ... Named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete and also appears on the Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2014 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 27 games, starting 11 at third base during the season ... Held the best fielding percentage of a Gamecock at the hot corner on the year (.949) ... Her first start came against UNC Wilmington (2/23), and she scored both of the Gamecocks' runs in the win while stealing two bases ... Went 2-for-4 against Ball State (2/28), hitting her first collegiate home run in the contest ... Also went 2-for-3 with two RBI in the Eastern Kentucky victory (3/11) ... Appeared at catcher for the first time as a Gamecock in the NCAA Tournament, not making an error in her two appearances ... A member of the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2013 (FRESHMAN): Made four appearances late in the year, three as a pinch hitter ... Posted her first collegiate hit in the first game against Charlotte (4/24) ... Also scored a run in a pinch-running nod against Coastal Carolina (4/10).
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered six years in softball at Hartsville High School ... Improved her batting average every year from .354 as a seventh-grader to a .591 as a senior ... Led the Red Foxes to their first state 3A championship in 2012, finishing the year with a 32-2 record ... The team's MVP in 2012 ... Made the all-state team by High School Sports Report (HSSR) twice and all-region listings on five occasions ... Named the Region VI 3A Player of the Year as a junior ... Posted her high of 13 home runs as a sophomore ... Helped the team win its region in 2010 and district in 2011 en route to the state title in 2012 ... Also played volleyball, earning the team's defensive player of the year award in 2011 ... Played on Tony Genovese's Carolina Elite travel ball team ... Attended Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology in Darlington.
PERSONAL: Jordan E. Bizzell is the daughter of William and Leigh Ann Bizzell ... Has two sisters, Victoria and McKinsey ... Chose the Gamecocks over Appalachian State and College of Charleston ... Lists volleyball and art as her hobbies ... Majoring in public health.