The women’s soccer player broke the single season assist record in a 3-1 win against Nevada, Reno.
UNLV women’s soccer’s Jordan Magnin had a goal and assist in the 3-1 win over Nevada, Reno on Friday.
UNLV women's soccer ends the season on a four game-winning streak to qualify for the Mountain West Conference Tournament.
UNLV women’s soccer completed a weekend trip in California with a 2-1 over Fresno State.
UNLV women's soccer beats Colorado State at home 3-0 with goals in both halves.
(2014-Sophomore): Started all 19 games ... Posted two goals and three assists on the season ... Ranked third on the team with seven points ... Scored the game-winner on a penalty kick at Colorado State (Sept. 26).
(2013-Freshman): Scored four goals as a freshman, second-highest on the team, while her eight points ranked her third ... Notched the game-winner at Sacramento State (Sept. 6) on a golden goal in the first overtime and recorded both UNLV goals in a 2-1 win over Boise State (Sept. 27) ... Started six games and made 20 appearances.
High School: Four-year starter ... Led Temecula Valley High to the league championship as a junior and an appearance in the finals her sophomore season ... Two-time all-league selection ... Youngest captain in school history as a sophomore.
Club: Played her club soccer for So Cal Blues in the ECNL.
Personal: Jordan Magnin ... Born on Oct. 31. 1994 in Oceanside, Calif., ... Daughter of James and the late Alicia Magnin ... Has one sister, Sydney (18) ... Majoring in hospitality management.