Jordan Rayburn


During the game vs. Andrew College, Jordan accumulated 8 kills and 8 digs helping the Lady Commodores Volleyball team to a 3-0 victory.  Currently Jordan is ranked 2nd (kills per set), 3rd (points per set) and 4th (total kills) in the FCSAA.


Jordan Rayburn Stats


Weekly Scores
9/19 Volleyball

Andrew College @ 6PM HOME

W 3-0
9/20 Volleyball Point University @ 4:30PM (EST) AWAY W 2-0
9/22 Volleyball Jeff Davis CC @ 6PM HOME W 3-0
9/24 Volleyball Indian River St. @ 2PM (EST) AWAY L 1-3
9/24 Volleyball FL. St. College- JAX @ 4PM (EST) AWAY L 1-3




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