In 2012 SEC Overall Stats ... T-8th in HBP's (12) ... 2nd in Fielding Double Plays (16).
2012 ... Started all 56 games ... Hit .230 with eight home runs and 24 RBI ... Led team with 26 walks and was hit 12 times, second most on team ... Hit .302 with/RISP and drove in 11 two-out RBI .... In SEC play, hit .136 with three home runs and five RBI ... Second on team with .417 batting average in February, tying for team lead with four home runs and 13 RBI ... Began season by hitting safely in first six games ... Set then-AU career high with three RBI, hitting three-run homer, vs. No. 15 Oklahoma State ... Drove in AU career high with four RBI with two-run homer and two-run single vs. Florida Atlantic ... Tied career-best with three hits, driving hit two runs in victory over No. 14 UCLA ... Drove in three runs on two-run homer and RBI single in victory over Drexel ... In game three vs. No. 8 Georgia, hit two-out, two-run home run in top of sixth inning to break scoreless tie ... Delivered first-career triple in seventh inning vs. No. 3 Florida, representing tying run ... Also had one-out, solo home run vs. Gators in game two.
Georgia Tech career (2010-11)
2011 ... First Team All-ACC ... ACC Player of the Week (4/26) ... Appeared in 33 games making 18 starts ... Hit .387, second on the team, going 29-for-75 at the plate with a double and seven home runs for a .680 slugging percentage ... Knocked in 15 RBI and scored 11 runs ... Took over at first base for Kristine Priebe during the Georgia (April 13) game and earned a spot as the DH for the remainder of the season ... Went 3-for-3 with a home run against Georgia (April 13) scoring two runs and driving in another two ... Was 3-for-3 in game one vs. North Carolina with a three-run homer ... Continued her success against UNC with three more hits and another home run in games two and three ... Registered a home run in three-straight games against Georgia and UNC ... Smashed three home runs against Virginia (April 23) to tie a school record going 3-for-4 against the Cavaliers recording four RBIs and three runs ... Was 5-for-10 in the series with Boston College (May 1-2) scoring two runs and driving in three, notching another home run ... Was 2-for-3 against Oklahoma State (May 20) in the NCAA Tournament Regional in Knoxville, Tenn.
2010 ... Played in 47 games while starting in 31 in her debut season ... Posted a season batting average of .322 ... Ended with a slugging percentage of .548 and an on-base percentage of .355 ... Had seven home runs and 31 RBI ... Also finished with a fielding percentage of .975 ... Went 2-for-3 with a home run and a double against Hawaii (Feb. 20) ... Went a perfect 3-for-3 and also forced a walk against Iowa (Feb. 28) ... Posted a career-high five RBI and a home run with going 2-for-4 at North Carolina (March 20) ... Went 3-for-5 to score two runs at Florida State (April 24).
High School ... Four-year letterwinner for coach Brian DeBerry ... Led team to regional championship in both 2006 and 2007 and to the "Elite 8" in the 2008 state championships ... Two-time first-team All-Southern Crescent ... First-team all-state and participant in the North/South All-Star Game ... Wendy's High School Heisman Female State Winner in 2008-09 ... As a team captain in 2008, batted .484 and had an on-base percentage of .537 ... Hit .312 as a sophomore and .335 as a junior while combining for 27 doubles, three triples, 10 home runs and 58 RBI over her last three seasons ... Also earned four letters in track and field and three in basketball ... Four-time county champion in the shot-put, three-time regional champion and 2007 state champion ... 2008 Track and Field All-American and placed third in the shot put at the National Scholastic Indoor Championship ... 2007 Atlanta Track Club Athlete of the Year and four-time school MVP ... School activities included Beta Club, HOBY Ambassador, Principal's Award, Most Outstanding Freshman, Henry County Academic Athlete of the Year, Georgia Certificate of Merit and President's Award ... Played travel ball for the Georgia Mustangs for three years, the Xtreme Mavericks for one season and the Georgia Knockouts one season ... Led her travel ball teams in home runs the for four years and her high school squad the two seasons ... Attended 14-U Nationals in 2006 and 16-U nationals in 2007 with the Georgia Mustangs as well as the 18-U Gold Nationals with the Georgia Knock-Outs in 2009.
Personal ... Born Caitlin Ann Jordan on June 26, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga. ... Daughter of Dylan and Dawn Jordan... Has two sisters,Kirsten,and Elyse ... Major: Management.