Jenny Johnson Jordan
Born: 6/8/73
Hometown: Sherman Oaks, CA
Currently: Tarzana, CA
Height: 5'10"
College: UCLA
Seasons Played: 7th Season
Personal Website: view

Career Highlights
  • Teamed with Annett Davis to win four tournaments in 2000. Two of them on the BVA Tour -- Santa Monica and San Diego. The other two at the Oldsmobile Beach Volleyball Olympic Challenge Series event in Virginia Beach, Virginia and the FIVB event in Marseille, France.
  • She and Davis also made the 2000 USA Olympic Team and finished fifth at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
  • In her career, she has six tournament titles, all with Davis, and has won over $210,000 in prize money.
  • She and Davis were the winningest USA team, men or women, during the 1999 season.
  • She and Davis won their first tournament at the 1999 AVP Michigan event. Their second win came at the FIVB event in Espinho, Portugal, that same year.
  • In 1997, she and Davis reached the final of the WPVA Orlando event, the first time a qualifying team had ever done that. They lost in the final to Karolyn Kirby and Nancy Reno.
  • Johnson-Jordan competed two seasons on the Pro Beach Four-Person Tour.
  • She was named Top Left-Side Hitter in 1997, when she played on Team Nike, which was captained by Gabrielle Reece.
  • She teamed with Gabrielle Reece, Annett Davis, and Stephanie Cox to lead the United States to the four-person title at the 1997 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Los Angeles, California.


  • Was a three-year starter at UCLA.
  • Was captain of the team in 1994 and 1995.
  • Was an All Pac-10 selection in 1993 and 1995.
  • Was named to the NCAA All-Tournament team in 1994.


  • Johnson Jordan is married to Kevin Jordan, a former wide receiver at UCLA.
  • Her father, Rafer Johnson, won decathlon medals at the 1956 Melbourne (Silver) and 1960 Rome (Gold) Olympic Games.
  • Graduated from UCLA with a degree in Communications Studies.
  • Was the leader of the Athletes in Action-Christian Ministry at UCLA.

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