Jordan Gregory

Jordan Gregory

Player Profile


Pueblo, Colo.

High School:
Pueblo East

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 194





Griz place 29 on Big Sky all-academic team


Montana lands 40 on Big Sky winter academic teams


2012-13 men's basketball wrap-up

Coach Tinkle and his UM team set numerous school and league records en route to 19-1 Big Sky slate


Griz suffer poor shooting game in NCAA loss to Syracuse

Montana ends the season with a 25-7 record


No. 13 Montana to meet No. 4 Syracuse Thursday in San Jose

Big Sky champion Grizzlies and 19th-ranked Orange (26-9) square off on the hardwood first time on Thursday


Montana vs. Montana State (3/3/14)

Montana vs. Montana State (3/3/14)


Montana vs. Southern Utah (3/1/14)

Montana vs. Southern Utah (3/1/14)


Montana vs. Idaho State (2/22/14)

Montana vs. Idaho State (2/22/14)


Montana vs. Weber State (2/20/14)

Montana vs. Weber State (2/20/14)


Montana vs. Eastern Washington (2/8/14)

Montana vs. Eastern Washington (2/8/14)

MONTANA: Jordan will more-than-likely start again at the two-guard position.

2012-13: He had an outstanding sophomore season and was named honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference... he was fourth on the team in scoring at 8.2 points a game and fifth in rebounding at 3.2 per contest...he played in 30 games with 21 starts...he was ranked seventh in the league in three-point percentage at 41.8%...he would have led the Big Sky in free throw percentage at 88.1%, but he did not have enough makes (he was 59-of-67) to be ranked.

2011-12: He played in 18 games as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: He lettered four times in basketball...he was an all-state selection as a senior when he was second in the state in scoring averaging 27 points a a junior he also led the state in scoring (24.0 ppg)...a three-time all-conference pick...named league MVP and team MVP as a senior...also earned all-academic league honors...chosen "Mr. Offense" four times in high school...prep basketball coach was David Ryder....also tabbed first team all-state by the Denver Post as a junior when his Pueblo East team went 25-2, and lost 61-56 overtime to Sierra High School in the 4A state championship game, in which he scored 19 points....named to several AAU all-tournament teams while playing for the Colorado Chaos Basketball Club and led his team to numerous tournament titles.

PERSONAL: His major is psychology. His parents are Mark and Tanya Gregory of Pueblo. Birth date: June 26, 1992.


Points: 21 vs. Sac State, 3/7/13

Rebounds: 8 at S. Utah, 3/4/13 & 7 at NAU, 12/19/12

Field goals: 6 vs. E. Wash., 1/3/13

Field goal attempts: 11 vs. Sac State, 3/7/13

3-point field goals: 4 vs. E. Wash., 1/3/13

3-point field goal attempts: 7 vs. Sac State, 3/7/13

Free throws: 9 at S. Utah, 3/4/13

Free throw attempts: 10 at S. Utah, 3/4/13

Assists: 4 at Sac State, 12/21/12

Blocks: 2 at NAU, 12/19/12

Steals: 2 in Six Games

Minutes played: 36 at Davidson, 2/23/13 & 36 at Colorado St., 11/9/12


Favorite Food: Steak.

Favorite class: Sports Psychology.

Favorite TV show: The Office.

Favorite book: Inner Game of Tennis.

Favorite musical group: J. Cole.

Favorite movie: Het Got Game.

If a movie were made of my life, I would like the following actor to play me: Bruno Mars.

Favorite sport other than basketball: Volleyball.

Favorite sports figure: Floyd Mayweather.

Favorite NBA team: Denver Nuggets.

Hobbies/Special Interests: Floating.

Not many people know this, but I: used to play the piano and drums.

My greatest moment in sports was: Winning Big Sky Championship 2 years in a row.

The best player I ever faced was: Damian Lillard.

The thing I like best about Montana basketball is: WINNING.

The thing that impresses me about Coach Tinkle: Style.

My advice to youngsters is: Boys: stay away from girls. Always be the hardest worker.

My future goals are: Be successful.

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