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Jordan Reed

Jordan Reed
Class: Junior
Number: 3
Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 210
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
High School: Wissahickon

Sophomore Season (2013-14)

  • Played in 29 games with 25 starts
  • Led America East in rebounding (8.9) for second straight year - only guard to ever win back-to-back rebound titles in league history
  • Ranked third in scoring (15.4) and one of only eight players across the country to finish in his conference top-3 in both scoring and rebounding
  • Voted to America East all-conference second team by league coaches
  • Only player in America East to rank in top-10 in three key defensive categories: rebounds (1st), steals (T-4th) and blocks (T-7th)
  • First America East player in eight years to post back-to-back 30-point performances (33 vs. Hartford, 30 vs. Vermont)
  • First player in Binghamton’s Division I history to score 30+ in back-to-back games
  • Four-time America East Player of the Week – the most honors of any AE player
  • Broke school records for points in a game (33) and made free throws in a season (162) and tied record for made free throws in a game (17)
  • Nationally-ranked in nine categories, including rebounds (37th) and double-doubles (49th with 10)
  • Ranks 21st in free throw attempts, 24th in defensive rebounds, 32nd in made free throws and 35th in rebounds per game
  • With 913 points and 524 rebounds in two collegiate seasons, is on pace to set Binghamton records and crack America East all-time top-10 in rebounding and top-20 in scoring
  • Is just the second America East player in 35 years (first in last 19) to reach 900 points and 500 rebounds in his first two seasons
  • Recorded 10 double-doubles
  • Score over 20 points nine times
  • Tied a school record shooting 100% from the free-throw line (11-11) en route to a 25 point performance vs. Cornell on Nov. 13

Freshman Season (2012-13)

  • Appeared in 28 games with 26 starts
  • Averaged team-highs of 16.6 points and 9.5 rebounds
  • Named Mid-Major Freshman All-American by
  • Selected as America East Rookie of the Year by College Sports Madness and College Hoops Daily
  • During regular season, led America East in both scoring and rebounding, the only freshman in 34-year conference history to do so
  • Only freshman across the country to finish among the top-2 in his conference in both scoring and rebounding
  • Ranked 21st in nation in double-doubles with a school-record 13 - the most of any guard in the country
  • Ranked 27th in nation in rebounding - only player 6-foot-4 or smaller to appear in the nation’s top-100 for rebounds
  • Among nation’s freshmen, ranked second in rebounding and sixth in scoring
  • Logged 35.2 minutes per game
  • Finished second in America East in scoring
  • Led conference in rebounding, becoming just the second freshman in 34 years and at 6-foot-4, the shortest to lead league in rebounds
  • Led conference with 6.6 defensive rebounds per game, and ranked third in offensive boards with 3.0 per game
  • Scored career-high 29 points at Maine on February 16
  • Five-time America East Rookie of the Week
  • Scored more than 20 points in a game seven times
  • Broke school’s single-game rebound record with 18 vs. St. Peter’s on Nov. 18
  • Broke school’s single-season rebound mark with 266 boards
  • Member of All-Conference Third Team
  • Named to America East All-Rookie Team

Before Binghamton

  • Standout scholastic guard at Wissahickon High in Ambler, Pa.
  • Second team all-state selection as senior in 2011-12
  • Averaged 24.5 points in senior season
  • Led Trojans to 22-6 record, first conference title in eight years and first PIAA state tournament berth in six years
  • Named Times Herald Player of Year and led area in scoring
  • Scored 1,487 career points in four years
  • Set school record for points in a game with 42 during senior year
  • Averaged 14.1 points per game during junior season
  • Two-time Times Herald All-Area selection and four-year starter


  • Born on January 16, 1994
  • Parents are Curtis and Sonya Reed
  • Sociology major


  • Points: 33, vs. Hartford (2-27-14)
  • Field Goals: 10, 3x last vs. Hartford (2-27-14)
  • Free Throws: 17, vs. Vermont (3-2-14)
  • Three-Pointers: 2, 6x, last vs. Hartford (2-27-14)
  • Rebounds: 18, vs. St. Peter’s (11-18-12)
  • Assists: 5, 2x, last vs. New Hampshire (2-23-13)
  • Blocks: 3, 2x last vs. Stony Brook (2-4-14)
  • Steals: 6, vs. New Hampshire (2-12-14)
  • Minutes: 42, vs. New Hampshire (2-12-14)

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