Jordan Banich

HometownArvada, Colo.
Prev. SchoolNorth Dakota state (Ralston Valley HS)


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Pre UCCS Notes:

Previous College is North Dakota State University ... Graduated from Ralston Valley High School ... MVP 2010 & 2009 ... Team captain 2010 & 2009 ... All state 2nd team 2010 ... All conference 2010 & 2009 ... MVP Defense 2009

Personal Notes:

Nickname-Jo ... Favorite restaurent-Red Robin...yum ... Favorite pro athlete-Misty May-Treahov ... Favorite sports team other than UCCS-The Denver Nuggetts ... Favorite book-The Alchemist ... Favorite movie of the last year-Hunger Games ... Favorite food-Mexican ... Favorite TV show-Pretty Little Liars ... Favorite music artist-Yellow Ostrich ... least successful sport-Gymnastics ... First job was working in a warehouse ... Desired travel destination is Spain or Bora Bora ... Admits that parents were right about me liking sports ... Biggest pet peeve-wet floors ... Most prized possession is Pillow pet-Rocky nuggets mascot

Stories featuring Jordan Banich

November 13, 2012Mountain Lions conclude their season with a close match against the GrizzliesALAMOSA, Colo. – The University of Colorado Colorado Springs volleyball team concludes its season tonight as they fall to No. 12 ranked Adams State in the quarterfinal match of the 2012 RMAC tournament 3-1(25-22, 25-11, 25-27, 26-25).
November 10, 2012Mountain Lions finish the regular season at home for senior nightCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The University of Colorado Colorado Springs volleyball falls to Colorado Christian (22-8, 12-7 RMAC) in straight sets (25-23, 26-24, 25-18) on Saturday night. The Mountain Lions drop to an overall record of 18-8 with an RMAC record of 12-7.
November 9, 2012Banich Leads Mountain Lions as They Fall to No. 12 Colorado MinesCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The University of Colorado Colorado Springs volleyball team fell to No. 12 ranked, Colorado Mines on Friday night in straight sets (25-21, 25-23, 25-12). With the loss, the Mountain Lions fall to 18-9 overall, 12-6 RMAC.
September 4, 2012This Week in Mountain Lion AthleticsAll six fall teams are in action at home or in the Colorado Springs area this week. Men's soccer hosts in-town rival Colorado College, womens' soccer goes for a 3-0 start on Friday night, volleyball hosts four other teams for the Mountain Lion Invitational, the cross country teams host the fifth annual Rust-Buster and men's golf opens the season on Sunday at Air Force.
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