Jordan Ruiz is from San Antonio, Texas where she attended Antonian College Preparatory High School. She lettered in volleyball for four years and in basketball for two years. Jordan helped her basketball team get the State Final Four and received Second-Team All-District honors as a freshman. For volleyball, she made the All-State Tournament Team all four years while leading the team to two State Championships in 2009 and 2010 and two other Final Four appearances. She earned Second-Team All-State and All-District honors as a freshman and sophomore as well as First-Team All-State, All-District first team and Academic All-State honors as a junior and senior. Her senior year she received the District Offensive Player of the Year and MVP. She was named to a number of all-tournament teams during her career and was the MVP of the Northside Tournament as a senior. Jordan played club with Alamo from the age of 13-17 and played her last year with Texas Juniors. Jordan is now currently part of the Antonian High School volleyball staff.
Jordan played one year of college volleyball at Rockhurst University, two years at UIW and one year at TAMIU, where she graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Law. She received numerous honors as a collegiate player. During her high school career, Jordan coached for Texas Juniors as an assistant. She was also a head coach for Impact and SA Cobras during her two years in SA. At TAMIU, she coached the 15 National and 18 National teams for 956 Select. She was also the Assistant Club Director. After her college career, she decided to take a coaching position with SA Force and was the Head Coach of the 16 National team. This upcoming season she will be coaching the 17 National team as well as 15 Silver. She is excited for an awesome second club season with SA Force!