Jordan Rutkowski

#20 Jordan Rutkowski

Pos. C/OF
Ht. 5'6"
Yr. Sr.
Hometown Alden, N.Y.
High School (Prev. School) Alden

2011: Started all 56 games she appeared in as a junior ... started 54 games as catcher and two at designated player ... a First Team All-Horizon League selection ... set a new Crusader single-season record with 42 RBIs, tied for second among Horizon League players ... hit .325, good for ninth in the Horizon League ... ended the year with 10 home runs, second-most in a single year all-time at Valpo and tied for third in the league ... scored 38 runs, tied for first in the Horizon League and tied for fourth in a single season in Valpo history ... ninth in the Horizon League in hits with 53 ... finished among top-five in league-only play in seven different offensive categories ... posted 14 multi-hit games ... started the season with a seven-game hitting streak ... drove in at least one run in the first six games of the season ... drove in multiple runs nine different times ... scored at least two runs on eight different occasions ... had a hit streak of at least five games on four separate occasions ... hit a home run in the first game of the season against Creighton Feb. 12 ... hit a grand slam in the second game of a double header at Iowa State Feb. 13 ... homered in three straight games from Feb. 13 to Feb. 25 ... started a seven-game hitting streak from Mar. 11 to Mar. 26 with a home run against Wagner Mar. 11 ... went 2-for-3 and drove in three runs at IUPUI Mar. 22 ... had a five-game hitting streak from Mar. 27-Apr. 3 ... hit a home run, drove in two, and scored two runs on a 2-for-3 performance at Youngstown State Apr. 17 ... drove in three runs with a home run and went 2-for-4 against Wright State Apr. 21 ... went 3-for-4 with a home run, two RBI, and three runs scored May 1 at Green Bay ... named to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll for the fall and spring semesters.

2010: Started all 53 games she appeared in as a sophomore ... made 30 starts at designated player, 15 at catcher, seven in the outfield and one at third base ... a Second Team All-Horizon League honoree ... hit .340 on the season with 28 runs scored and 37 RBIs, second-most in a single season in Valpo history ... ranked seventh in the league in RBIs, fourth in on-base percentage (.447), sixth in walks (28) and ninth in slugging percentage (.571) ... moved into second on Valpo’s single-season chart in walks, fifth in on-base percentage, fifth in total bases (84) and sixth in slugging percentage (.571) ... connected for 19 extra-base hits, including six home runs, tied for fifth-most in a single season by a Crusader ... after two years, ranks second in Valpo history in batting average (.331) and on-base percentage (.429) and third in slugging percentage (.503) ... started season on 11-game hitting streak ... also scored at least one run in all 11 games ... opened year with 2-for-3, 2 RBI effort Feb. 14 against North Dakota ... named to All-Tournament Team at Tiger Softball Classic Feb. 27-28 after going 7-for-13 with five runs scored, four RBIs and three doubles over the four games ... went 3-for-3 and scored game-tying run in eventual Valpo win against host Tigers ... drove in three runs to close tournament action against Alabama A&M ... also named HL Batter of the Week Mar. 1 ... went a perfect 4-for-4, including first homer of the season, Mar. 3 against Saint Francis (Pa.) ... tallied three hits versus Gardner-Webb Mar. 5 ... drove in three runs in nightcap at Marshall Mar. 9 ... connected on homers Mar. 11 at Kansas and Mar. 31 against Northern Illinois ... went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, three RBIs and a home run in nightcap Apr. 2 at Detroit ... scored two runs in series finale against the Titans the next day ... drove in three runs in each of last two games of series at UIC Apr. 17-18 ... posted eight-game hitting streak Apr. 24-May 8 ... went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and two doubles Apr. 27 at Wright State ... had monster game in series finale with Youngstown State May 2, going 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a career-high five RBIs and two home runs ... three-run homer tied game against Penguins in the sixth and then registered walk-off walk in extra innings ... a member of the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.

2009: Started all 49 games for the Crusaders as a freshman, including the nod at third base 46 times … finished the season with a .322 batting average … moved onto Valpo’s single-season charts in on-base percentage (.410, 7th), hits (48, t-8th) and walks (19, t-9th) … finished seventh in the league in assists (101), tenth in stolen bases (14) and tenth in on-base percentage … tied for Horizon League lead in league-only play in HBP (4) and tied for fifth in sacrifices (5) and assists (51) … posted 15 multi-hit games on the season … drove in multiple runs on five occasions … debuted with 2-for-4 effort Feb. 27 vs. Missouri State … went 3-for-4 with career-best four RBIs March 5 against Holy Cross … stole two bases in back-to-back games against Fairfield March 5-6 … had three straight multi-hit games March 6-7 … went 2-for-3 with two runs scored March 10 vs. La Salle … tallied three hits Match 18 at Ball State … stepped to the plate seven times in April 4 15-inning game at Loyola, matching a league single-game season high … connected on first career home run in opener of twinbill April 16 against Purdue … hit another longball two days later at Green Bay … scored a pair of runs in series finale April 23 at Butler … went 3-for-3 with a double in regular season finale against Cleveland State May 3 … played over the summer for LaBatter Up at ASA Women’s Open tournament.

Prep: A five-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs ... owns school career records for home runs (32), RBIs (162) and batting average (.519) ... a two-time All-State selection ... also twice earned All-Western New York honors ... four times selected as an All-Conference performer ... became youngest player to ever compete in open division at Empire State Games at age of 14 ... also earned four letters in soccer and basketball and one in track and field ... a three-time All-Conference basketball selection.

Personal: Jordan is the daughter of Robert and Michele Rutkowski ... major is art - graphic design ... has earned Presidential academic honors during her time at Valpo ... born April 29, 1990.