Jordan Calhoun is in her second season as an assistant coach for UCSB after a standout career at Texas Christian University.
Calhoun was a four-year starter at TCU and led the Horned Frogs in goals and points in each of her four seasons, finishing with 36 career goals and 85 total points. As a freshman in 2008, she was named the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year and to Top Drawer Soccer’s Second Team All-Rookie squad. That season, Calhoun had a career-high and school record 15 goals, six of which were game-winners, and was also named first team all-league.
In 2009, the native of Norman, Okla., netted eight goals and had six assists. One of her goals came was the game-winner and came in the 85th minute of TCU’s 2-1 victory over No. 15 Texas, snapping the Longhorns 26-match home unbeaten streak. As a junior in 2010, Calhoun had six goals and three assists and was named First Team All-Mountain West Conference and in 2011, her final season in Fort Worth, she had seven goals and two assists and was second team all-league.
In addition to her exploits on the field, Calhoun was a two-time Academic All-Mountain West and two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District choice. Also, following her senior season, she was selected the Bob Lilly TCU Female Athlete of the Year by the Grater Fort Worth Fellowship of Christian Athletes.