March 6, 2007
Played for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League ... voted Co-Most Valuable Player of the team by the organization ... played in a team-leading 65 games ... batted .294 on 65 hits, including 11 doubles, four triples and two home runs ... lead the team with 54 runs scored, 54 walks, a .453 on-base percentage and 19 stolen bases ... drove in 20 runs.
JUNIOR / 2007
Had an injury-shortened season, playing in 28 games with 25 starts ... batted .340 on 34 hits, including 13 doubles and five home runs ... scored 30 runs and drove in 20 ... tied for second on the team with 18 walks against just nine strikeouts ... second on the team with seven multi-RBI games despite missing 26 of 54 games ... had nine multiple-hit games, including six games with three hits ... had a 14-game hitting streak from March 2 at Western Kentucky to March 28 at Ball State ... was 9-15 at the plate in the Western Kentucky series (3/2-4) with three doubles, two home runs, seven runs scored and six RBI ... was named to the College Baseball Foundation's weekly honor roll for his performance against Western Kentucky ... was 3-4 with a double, a homer, two runs and three RBI in a game at Alabama-Birmingham (3/13) ... scored a career-best four runs vs. Illinois (4/1), collecting three hits with a home run and two RBI.
Played for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League ... was a midseason all-star ... batted .236 in 64 games ... collected 58 hits in 246 at-bats with 10 doubles, two triples and two home runs ... swiped 17 bases in 20 attempts ... scored 41 runs and drove in 20.
SOPHOMORE / 2006
Played in 44 games, starting 28 ... had a .255 batting average on 27 hits, including eight doubles and three home runs ... scored 15 runs and picked up 14 RBI ... hit. .254 in Big Ten play, playing in 26 games with 19 starts ... had five multiple-hit games ... hit his first collegiate home run vs. Illinois (4/1) ... was 2-3 with two doubles and two runs batted in vs. Michigan State (4/7) ... homered against Indiana (4/16) in Purdue's 25-8 win over the Hoosiers ... went 4-10 at the plate in the weekend series at Ohio State (4/28-30), scoring twice and driving in one run on a solo home run ... collected hits in five consecutive games (5/13-17), going 6-15 during that stretch ... had two hits and two RBI in Purdue's 10-5 win over Illinois (5/25) in the Big Ten Tournament.
Played for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League ... batted .267 in 41 games ... had 28 hits, including three doubles, one triple and on home run, while scoring 22 runs and driving in 15.
FRESHMAN / 2005
Played in 14 games in initial season, starting five ... scored one run and drove home one ... drove in a run with a sacrifice fly against Mississippi (3/4) ... walked and scored vs. Cleveland State (5/18).
A four-year letterwinner at Normal Community West High School ... earned all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior as well as all-state honors during senior season ... hit .431 as a senior with 47 hits and scored a school single-season record 47 runs ... batted .414 during junior campaign and connected for a school-record seven home runs ... finished with a career average of .381, collecting 143 hits in 375 at-bats, and established six school career records, including 17 home runs and 138 runs scored ... played three years with the American Legion Post 56 team out of Bloomington, Ill., hitting .353 in 2004 with eight long balls and 45 RBI, helping team to a third-place finish in the state ... earned three letters in football.
Full name is Jordan Mark Comadena ... was born on Nov. 16, 1985, in Normal, Ill. ... son of Mark and Pam Comadena ... majoring in movement and sports science.