Jordy was an outstanding three-sport letter winner in high school. She excelled at volleyball, basketball, and softball. Before she graduated she was recognized as one of the most outstanding basketball players in the state of Washington.
In high school Jordy was a four-year starter. She was 1st team all-league and 1st team all-area her junior and senior years. During her four-year career Jordy led Lake Stevens to 87 wins with four trips to the final 16, three WESCO and two District Championships. She holds the school record for points in a career (1555), rebounds in a game (23), season (384), and career (1305), foul shots attempted (559) and made (305) in a career, and field goals attempted (1392) and made (625) in a career. Her junior year she set the state tournament record for rebounds in a game (23) and for rebounds in a 3 game state tournament (59). Her senior year she was awarded all-state honors, selected as the Herald Player of the Year, and was selected to play in the All-State Game.
After high school Jordy attended Skagit Valley Community College. She was selected all-league both seasons and was selected as Community College Player of the Year her sophomore season. While playing her junior year for Eastern Washington University she was one of the top rebounders in the Big Sky Conference despite missing several games due to an injury. Unfortunately, she had a career ending knee injury during the first game of her senior season.
Jordy will go down in history as one of the best rebounders in state history and a truly outstanding Viking.