Coach Tinkle and his UM team set numerous school and league records en route to 19-1 Big Sky slate
Montana ends the season with a 25-7 record
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. Southern Utah (3/1/14)
Montana vs. Idaho State (2/22/14)
Montana vs. Weber State (2/20/14)
Montana vs. Eastern Washington (2/8/14)
MONTANA: Jordan is Montana's leading returning scorer and will start at the "two" guard position as a senior for the third straight season. He needs 327 more points to become the 29th player in school history to score 1,000 or more points. He has scored in double figures in 32 career games.
2013-14: He had an outstanding season and was UM's second leading scorer, averaging 13.8 points a game, which ranked him 11th in the Big Sky Conference. He was ranked third in the league in free throw percentage at 85.8% (97-of-113). He was an honorable mention all-conference selection. He led the Griz in scoring in seven games, and scored in double figure 23 times. He was also named to the league's all-academic team.
2012-13: He was named to honorable mention All-Big Sky. 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 (41.8%). He shot 88.1% from the line.
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 game. As a junior he also led the state in scoring (24.0 ppg). He was a three-time all-conference pick. He was named league MVP and team MVP as a senior. He also earned all-academic league honors.. He was chosen "Mr. Offense" four times in high school. His prep basketball coach was David Ryder. 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. He was 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.
JORDAN'S CAREER HIGHS
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.
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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