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Jordan Raney
Jordan  Raney

Hometown:
Manhattan Beach, CA

Last College:
Stanford 2018

Height:
5-10

Position:
Defender

Birthdate:
06/02/1996

Club:
Huntington Beach WP


08/29/2017

USA Women Win World University Games GOLD! Team USA Defeats Hungary 16-9

Kiley and Jamie Neushul score four goals each to lead Team USA

08/27/2017

USA Women Advance To Gold Medal Match At World University Games With 13-8 Win Over Japan

Team USA will meet Hungary on Monday

08/26/2017

USA Women Advance To Semifinals Of World University Games With 13-7 Win Over Canada

Team USA will take on Japan on Sunday

08/25/2017

USA Women Finish Group Play At World University Games Undefeated With 18-3 Win Over Greece

Team USA will meet Canada in quarterfinals on Saturday

08/22/2017

USA Women Defeat Australia 17-3 For Third Straight Win At World University Games

Klass leads balanced offensive attack with three goals

INTERNATIONAL/CLUB
Notched five goals on the way to gold for Team USA at the 2017 FINA World Championships... Tallied five goals, including two in the title match during a gold medal effort at the 2017 FINA World League Super Final…Scored six goals and won gold at the FINA Junior World Championships in Volos, Greece in August 2015… Team USA went a perfect 6-0 and outscored its opponents 106-46… In group play, scored once against Mexico 8/17, twice against Ukraine 8/18 and one against Spain 8/19… Scored once in a 12-9 quarterfinal win over Brazil 8/21… Netted another goal in a 13-11 victory in the semifinals against Russia 8/22… Stanford represented the United States and finished fifth at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea… Played 153 minutes in seven games, scored seven goals, had seven assists, one steal and five field blocks… In 2014, won gold with the U.S. Women's Youth National Team at both the UANA Junior Pan American Championships and the FINA World Youth Championships… Scored 13 total goals over six games at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships in Riverside, Calif., highlighted by four in a 19-4 victory over Brazil on July 11… The U.S. was a perfect 6-0 and defeated Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico twice and Brazil twice by a combined score of 107-18… Scored four times at the FINA World Youth Championships in Madrid, Spain from Aug. 25-31, including three in the opener against Hungary, a 14-9 U.S. win… Raney and Team USA swept their way to the title… The United States beat Hungary, South Africa, Germany, Netherlands, Greece and Canada… Underwent common training with Team Japan in May in Southern California… In 2013, was part of the U.S. Women's Youth National Team that underwent common training with Team Australia in August in Southern California… Competed at the Futures 50 Classic at Foothill HIGH SCHOOL in Santa Ana, Calif. from Oct. 25-27… In 2012, was part of the U.S. Women's Cadet National Team that underwent common training with Team Canada in July in Southern California… Made her U.S. debut with the silver-medal winning Cadet Women's National Team in 2011 at the UANA Youth Pan American Championships in Puerto Rico

COLLEGE
Competes for the Stanford water polo team… in 2017: NCAA Champions… All-NCAA Tournament Second Team, All-MPSF Honorable Mention, MPSF/Kap7 Player of the Week April 11… In 2016: ACWPC Second Team All-American, ACWPC All-Academic – Excellent, All-NCAA Tournament Second Team, All-MPSF First Team, MPSF All-Tournament Team, MPSF All-Academic… Scored 21 goals in 15 games, had five multi-goal efforts and one hat trick… In 2015: NCAA Champions… ACWPC All-America Honorable Mention, ACWPC All-Academic - Superior
MPSF Newcomer of the Year, MPSF All-Newcomer Team, Five-time MPSF/Kap7 Newcomer of the Week… scored 25 goals in 18 games, had seven multi-goal efforts and one hat trick.

HIGH SCHOOL
Attended Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, CA… Lettered four years in water polo… Team captain as a senior in 2014… Won the outright Bay League Championship in 2014 and were co-champions in 2011, 2012 and 2013… Advanced to the CIF-SS Division III finals in 2014, the quarterfinals in 2013 and the CIF-SS Division I first round in both 2011 and 2012… Named league MVP, area MVP, CIF MVP, All-SoCal and an All-American in 2014… Named league MVP, All-Area, All-CIF, All-SoCal and an All-American in 2013

PERSONAL
Parents are Kris and Tina… has one brother, Jack… Mother was an All-American swimmer at UCLA and father played water polo at Pomona COLLEGE… Born in Santa Monica, CA… Has a brown belt in karate.

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION HIGHLIGHTS
  • 2017 FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, 1ST PLACE
  • 2017 FINA WORLD LEAGUE SUPER FINAL, SHANGHAI, CHINA, 1ST PLACE
  • 2015 FINA JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, VOLOS, GREECE, 1ST PLACE
  • 2015 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES, GWANGJU, SOUTH KOREA, 5TH PLACE
  • 2014 FINA YOUTH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, MADRID, SPAIN, 1ST PLACE
  • 2014 UANA YOUTH PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP, RIVERSIDE, CA, 1ST PLACE
  • 2011 UANA YOUTH PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, PUERTO RICO, 1ST PLACE

FUN FACTS
Instagram Account: Jordan_Raney
Pregame Ritual: Blast intense music from my Spotify playlist
Favorite Quote: “Don’t count the days, make the days count.”
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Jamoca Almond Fudge
Favorite Chain restaurant: Ike’s
Favorite Reality TV Show: Long Island Medium
If You Had To Make An iPod Playlist Named After Yourself, What Would It Be?: Mix of all types of music
And What Would Be The First Song?: “Slide” by Calvin Harris ft. Frank Ocean & Migos
Where Do You See Yourself 10 Years From Now?: Living today!
If You Couldn't Play Water Polo, What Sport Would You Play? Volleyball
Role Model: Moriah Van Norman and Natalie Golda Benson
Athletic Inspiration: Movie: Miracle on Ice
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