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Women’s football adds Division I transfers to Gregory

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MONMOUTH, Ore .– The Western Oregon University women’s soccer team added another big chunk to the 2022 recruiting class with the addition of the Division I transfer Jordan Gregory.

“Jordan is a very exciting transfer for us. She is fast, athletic, good in tight areas and can move forward well. We love her energy and personality and we know she will be a great fit for the team,” said head coach Kacey Bingham .

Gregory is a defense attorney who graduated from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM for the past several years. Gregory played both Northern Arizona and Grand Canyon for over 40 minutes. She added shots against Wyoming and Grand Canyon. During the shortened spring 2021 season, Gregory saw time in nine games, all of which were starts, and played a total of 543 minutes. She helped lead the team to a shutout win against the state of Chicago and helped the Aggies in addition to another win over the state of Chicago to a 2-1 win over the Grand Canyon. Gregory logged at least 60 minutes in seven games and was aiming for a season high of 88 against Grand Canyon. She added an assist in the shutout win over the state of Chicago.

Gregory attended Liberty High School in Discovery Bay, California, where she helped the Lions to the California Interscholastic Federation-North Coast Section Division I Championship for the 2016-17 season. The team won the Bay Valley Athletic League Championship in 2017, 2018 and 2019. She played the most minutes on her high school team in her last three seasons. Gregory received All League honors during her preparatory career. She also competed in athletics and played for the Mustang Blast ECNL club team.

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