Jordan  Schweitzer
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Jordan Schweitzer


Everett, Wash.

High School:
Henry M. Jackson High School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165


Seattle Sounders Academy

Invited to 2016 adidas MLS Player Combine...First Team All-West Region...First Team All-Summit League...Summit League All-Tournament Team...Appeared in all 19 matches making 18 starts as co-captain as one of two of Denver's central defensive midfielders…Finished fifth on team with 1,721 min… Tallied an assist in Denver's 1-0 win over Oral Roberts on Oct. 10...Sat in-front of a Denver back-four that allowed a 0.40 goals against-average, kept a 0.63 shutout percentage (12 clean sheets), and allowed just 2.5 shots on goal per game. 

Started all 16 games he appeared in, accumulating 1,442 minutes...Scored lone goal of season against San Diego State on September 7th, assisted by Teddy Mullin...Scored only goal of the game in preseason exhibition match at Air Force...Missed final three games of the season with an injury...Named All Summit League First Team.

Started 19 of DU's 20 games...Recorded two assists at Fort Wayne (Oct. 5) and at Oral Roberts (Nov. 2) for two points...Named to All-Summit League First Team.

All-MPSF Honorable Mention selection...Played in 19 of the Pioneers 20 matches in his rookie season, starting 17 of them...Scored his first-career goal and the game-winner from outside the box in Denver's 3-2 win over Air Force on Nov. 3...Put two of his 12 shots on goal.

Attended Henry M Jackson High School in Everett, Wash., captaining the team his junior year...Named Freshman Honorable Mention...Named First Team All-WESCO...Won the Washington State Cup Championship...Played for Seattle Sounders FC Academy Team...Also played for WA ODP 94, which he also captained...U.S. Development Academy National Finalist...2010 ODP Region IV runner up, and was named to the First Team...Traveled to Europe with Crossfire and competed in the Super Cup Ratingen and the Swiss U16 Cup.

Born April 19, 1994 in Dallas, Texas...Son of Darwin and Kari Schweitzer and Connie Schweitzer...Has two sisters, Taylor and Rachael...Chose Denver because of the determined and motivated style of the soccer program at DU...Plans to earn a degree at DU before pursuing a career in professional soccer...Involved in coaching at the Seattle Sounder FC Summer Camps (2010-12) and a CE project/collection drive to send soccer gear to Thailand...Enjoys snowboarding and traveling...Also considered Washington, North Carolina, San Diego State, Oregon State and Seattle.

"Jordan is a consummate lifer in soccer. He is the first to arrive and last to leave and he improves with each season. We are very excited for his adventure at Denver and we wish this young man the best. We hope that once he finishes his degree, he comes home to play in front of the Rave Green fans at Century Link."