|HONORS & AWARDS
|2015||The American All-Academic Team|
|2014||The American All-Academic Team|
Saw action in five games, making one start at second base vs. Baylor (March 5)…. Appeared at second and third base.
Made seven appearances and five starts in the infield...Had one hit at Tulane (May 1)... Helped Cougars to an American Athletic Conference title, their second consecutive 40-win season and to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
Appeared in 41 games, making 30 starts at third base in his freshman campaign...Hit .225 with 23 hits, 13 runs scored and 13 RBI...Drew 23 walks for an on-base percentage of .385...Notched pinch hits in his first two collegiate at-bats, including one vs. Michigan (Feb. 23) and one vs. Texas (March 1)...Drove in his first collegiate RBI in a 1-for-3 effort at USC (March 7)...Had four multi-RBI games...Recorded five hits during the Towson series...Tallied a 3-for-5 game with a run scored in a win at Texas A&M (April 1)...Hit his first career extra-base hit, a double, in a win at Rutgers (April 5)...Had six games with two walks... Helped Houston to a 48-win season, an American Conference tournament title, Regional Championship and appearance in an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since 2003.
SECOND BAPTIST HIGH SCHOOL
Earned four varsity baseball letters for the Eagles under head coach Jeff Schroeder...Helped team to a 103-29 overall record in four seasons with two District Championship titles and State appearances with a Runner-Up finish in 2011...Was a two-time First Team All-State infielder...Named a two-time Academic All-State honoree...Was a 2013 All-Tournament Team member at the State tournament...Named Tournament MVP at the Father Wilson tournament in 2013...Hit .416 with 27 RBI, 36 walks, 44 runs scored and a slugging percentage of .631...Named a First Team All-District in football in 2013...Was an Honorable Mention All-State wide receiver and Academic All-State recipient during senior season...Named to the LSCSN All-Star game...Off the field, earned the Golden Eagle award for the school's top student-athlete...Member of National Honor Society, FCA, Spanish Club and Choir, while serving as an Ambassador and Junior Class President.
Full name is Jordan Charles Stading...Born October 17, 1994 in Cincinnati, Ohio...Calls Houston home...Son of Susan and Gary Stading...Has one older brother, Jason and one younger sister, Rachel...Majoring in business.