Women's Soccer

Jordan Hilbrands
Jordan Hilbrands


Bexley, Ohio

High School:
Columbus School for Girls



Club Team:
Ohio Premier

2010 - Senior: NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Started and played in seven contests in her final season, missing 12 games due to injury ... Finished with three goals, tallying one each against Ball State, Connecticut and Yale ... Finished fifth on the team in total shots (20) and fourth in shots on goal (11).

2009 - Junior: Academic All-Big Ten ... CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer (9/2) ... Logged time in 19 matches, making 17 starts and totaling 1,139 minutes ... Led Illinois in goals with six and points with 13 ... Accumulated 30 shots, putting 18 on net for a shots-on-goal percentage of .600 ... Recorded her first goal of 2009 in the season-opening 4-0 victory over Illinois State ... Notched two-goal performances in the Illini's 2-1 win at #18 Colorado and their 3-0 shutout of UC Santa Barbara ... Was assisted by Chichi Nweke in notching a goal in the 85th minute of the Fighting Illini's 2-0 triumph over Loyola-Chicago ... Recorded her lone assist on Christina Sahly's goal during the Orange and Blue's 2-2 tie with Minnesota ... Illini Offensive MVP.

2008 - Sophomore: Saw time in all 23 games with 14 starts ... Notched first collegiate assist against Washington ... Recorded three shots against Colorado College and Northwestern ... Recorded first collegiate goal and game-winning goal against Michigan, which broke scoreless tie with 12 minutes remaining in regulation ... Had one shot in Big Ten Tournament against Michigan State ... Scored game-winning goal in NCAA Tournament game against Memphis and registered four shots.

2007 - Freshman: Played in 16 games ... Recorded her first career start against Wisconsin ... Recorded 507 total minutes ... Fired a shot on goal against Xavier and another vs. Iowa.

High School/Club: Listed as a Top 50 recruit by Soccer Buzz ... Two-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America Youth All-America selection in 2005-06 ... Member of Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region II team from 2004-06 ... Member of the Ohio South State ODP team 2001-06 ... Coached by Chris King.

Personal: Born March 15, 1989 ... Majoring in history ... Daughter of Kirk and Vicki Hildbrands ... Has two sisters, Kara and Greta ... Outside of playing soccer, enjoys coaching, hanging out with friends, seeing movies and vacationing with her family.

Getting to Know Jordan: Favorite Athlete: Cristiano Ronaldo ... Favorite Team: Manchester United ... Favorite Movie: Zoolander ... Favorite Movie Quote: "Nobody makes me bleed my own blood" - Dodgeball ... Favorite TV Shows: Friends and Grey's Anatomy ... Favorite Band: Goo Goo Dolls ... Favorite Foods: Applesauce and Smarties ... Favorite Pre-Game Meal: plain pasta ... Pre-game Routine: watch English Premier League highlights ... Three Words That Describe My Play: Quick, Creative, Energetic.

Rayfield on Hilbrands: "After a great start in 2009, teams often resorted to physically solving Jordan's pace and ability by going one-vs-one. With other weapons around her, and a focus on our ability to score on restarts, we are going to put Jordan in a position to have the same kind of start in 2010 and to carry it right through to the end of the season."

Jordan Hilbrands' Career Statistics

Year GP-GS G A P GWG Shots SOG
2007 16-1 0 0 0 0 5 2
2008 23-14 2 1 5 2 24 7
2009 19-17 6 1 13 2 30 18
2010 7-7 3 0 6 1 20 11
Totals 65-39 11 2 24 5 79 38