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Jordan Pfau commits to Weber State


pfauI have heard that Missoula Loyola’s Jordan Pfau has committed to Weber State. I do not believe that neither Montana State nor Montana really recruited Pfau very hard, but I think she was getting some attention as a walk-on prospect. Despite this a lot of people who I know in Missoula really thought both programs were missing out on a great talent, although I have to admit I have never seen her play.

Jordan Pfau played for Loyola High school in Missoula last season and played for Arlee in her before that. She is a 5-9 guard who I was hearing last spring and this summer was getting a few D-1 looks. She is a heck of an athlete and I hear was also getting looks for Volleyball and track. She averaged around 13 points, 5 assists and 8 rebounds a game, but it also been know to rack up double digits in steal and blocks in any given game.

I have heard that the girls Montana high school ranks were deep this year in talent, and Pfau, joins Tory Hill, Carly Selvig, Kellie Cole, Jordan Sullivan, and Lexi Nelson as athletes who have also signed with D-1 team (Montana). Phau may not be the last athlete either, there are a few other women in the state who could get some looks before the season end including Jackie Mee of Libby high school.

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5 Responses to “Jordan Pfau commits to Weber State”


  1. 1 Josie Three Irons
    May 11, 2010 at 10:27 am

    Jordan is one of the very few wonderful players I know she has amazing talent and skills that can take her anywhere I think that’s the best thing is she knows how to utilize herself. I have played against her and she is capable of anything! I hope she goes far in basketall or any sport because she is a awsome person player and human being! The montana schools only look for people they think will be a great aspect to them obviously they weren’t looking at her but Weber state has a great program and will put her out there in a whole new BETTER improved way Love you Jordan GOOD LUCK!!!!! TEar it up!!!!!!

  2. 2 Robert Squires
    December 8, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Right on Jordan! Wishing you the best at Weber State and beyond.

    Bob fi’ yer dad’s fitba team.

  3. November 19, 2009 at 4:39 am

    I was Jordan’s track coach at Loyola last year and couldn’t be more proud of her. Weber State is getting a great athlete and great competitor!

    • 4 tim morin
      December 1, 2009 at 11:07 pm

      And John was a great coach for Jordan in track! Thanks John. Give me a call


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