NITTANY LION CAREER
2013-14: Led the team as an assistant captain and as the top-scoring defensive player with three goals, five assists and eight points...Tied for the team-lead with penalties (14) and penalty minutes (28)...Posted the team's best shooting percentage (.115) with three goals on 26 shots...Blocked 48 shots, fourth on the team, with a season-high of four at Ohio State (1/3)...Opened the season with an assist and a plus-one rating at Vermont (10/4) during a 3-3 tie...Assisted PSU's lone goal in the Pegula Ice Arena opener vs. Union (10/18) and assisted on a goal in a loss to New Hampshire (10/27)...Scored first goal of the season on a power-play vs. Syracuse (11/9)...Notched another goal in a loss at Lindenwood (11/22)...Assisted on PSU's only goal vs. Maine (11/30)...Dished an assist vs. RIT (1/31) during a 2-2 tie...Tallied a goal against Lindenwood (2/9) and posted a plus-one rating.
2012-13: Appeared in all 35 games, tallying a team-high 10 points among all defenders with three goals and seven assists...Blocked 32 shots and posted a positive rating in eight games, finishing the season with a minus-two...Tallied first career goal in a 6-1 victory at Sacred Heart (10/20)...Recorded assists in back-to-back games at Lindenwood (11/16, 11/17)...Notched a career-high three points behind a goal and two helpers in a win over Chatham (1/4)...Scored against nationally ranked Mercyhurst (2/1)...Tallied assists against Mercyhurst (2/2), Lindenwood (2/9) and RIT (2/15).
BEFORE PENN STATE
Played for the Detroit Honeybaked club team for five seasons...Won the 19U and 14U state championships with Honeybaked...Lettered four yeras in lacrosse at Rochester High School...Earned all-state honors all four seasons in lacrosse.
Jordin Lorraine Pardoski was born January 4, 1994 in Elmhurst, Ill. to Julie and Ryan Pardoski...Has a younger brother named Jared...Mother, Julie, played basketball at Illinois-Chicago, while father, Ryan, played ice hockey at Michigan.
QUOTING PARDOSKI ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because it's the best school for my academic and athletic ambitions."