Jordan Ginther
Jordan  Ginther


Eagan, Minn.

High School:
Kaneland (Ill.)





Spring 2017 Graduates

75 Boilermakers earn undergraduate degree


Purdue Battles Thru Snakebitten Season

Injuries, overtime losses lead to tough 2nd year under coach Drew Roff


Boilermakers Drop OT Heartbreaker Again

Purdue racks up 30 shots again but suffers third OT loss of the season


Soccer Keeps Golden Boot via Draw vs. IU

Boilermakers record 31 shots and a program-record 18 corner kicks


Purdue Out Shoots No. 16 PSU but Loses 1-0

Boilermakers put together their most competitive effort at PSU since 2007


Jordan Ginther Action

The best action photos of Jordan Ginther of the 2016 Season


Jordan Ginther, 2015 Player Gallery

Jordan Ginther, 2015 Player Gallery


Jordan Ginther 2014 Photo Gallery

Jordan Ginther 2014 Photo Gallery


Nebraska-Iowa Road Trip

Rick Szalach photo gallery from Purdue's Nebraska-Iowa road trip.


Purdue vs. Ball State Mega Gallery

Purdue vs. Ball State

Photo Galleries: 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013

Purdue Personal Preferences
Favorite Pro Team: USA Women's National Team
Favorite Athlete: Megan Rapinoe
Favorite Pro Stadium: Toyota Park
Favorite Field She's Played On (Other Than Purdue): Toyota Park
Favorite Marquee Event: Summer Olympics
Favorite Country to Root for at World Cup: USA
Current Pro Goalkeeper She'd Like to Shoot Against: Tim Howard
Person She'd Like to Have Dinner With: Her Grandpa
In Her MP3 Player: Twenty One Pilots
Last Concert She Attended: Kygo
Favorite Author: John Green
Last Book She Read: Finding Alaska
Favorite Actor, Actress & Director: Robert Downey, Jr., Jennifer Lawrence & Quentin Tarantino
Favorite Movie to Watch on Team Bus: Miracle
Favorite TV Series: Stranger Things
Favorite Month: September
Favorite Holiday: Fourth of July
Favorite Food: Deep Dish Pizza
Favorite Dessert: Frozen Yogurt
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Hiking
Another Sport She Enjoys Playing: Disc Golf
Favorite Purdue Building: Mackey Arena
Favorite Big City: Chicago
Unique Travel Locale: Arizona
Country She'd Most Like to Visit: Spain
Favorite Thing About Folk Field:Locker Room
Most Memorable Games at Purdue: 2014 Spring Tournament at Indiana State
Enjoyed This Professor's Class: Terrance Manning, English
Furry Friend: Simba, Cat

SENIOR / 2016
Ginther started all 12 games in which she played... started the first three games of the season and the final nine... also started both preseason exhibition shutout wins... finished her career having played in at least six games each of her four years, making 30 career starts (sixth in program history)... made a career-high 11 saves in the overtime loss at Rutgers... made a combined 17 saves during the Wisconsin-Minnesota weekend... made saves on penalty kicks against Rutgers and Marshall... led Purdue to a shutout win vs. Maryland and season-opening victory vs. Marshall... played all 90 minutes in the 1-0 loss at Penn State, marking the first time since 2007 Purdue limited PSU to just one goal on its home pitch... also graduated sixth in team history in saves and minutes played.

JUNIOR / 2015
Ginther played in six games and started five times... started four straight Big Ten games in October, conceding just four goals over that stretch... posted her third career solo shutout in the scoreless draw with Rutgers, blanking an NCAA College Cup qualifier in her first action since Sept. 13... made a season-high seven saves in the overtime loss at Michigan... helped lead Purdue to its first scoreless draw since 2010, making five saves... also had five saves while conceding two goals against Penn State, which went on to win the national title... played the second half of the shutout win vs. Evansville... started the loss to Seattle at the Montana Cup.

Ginther started all nine games in which she played... opened the season as the starter and also made six starts in Big Ten play... was sidelined by an injury for seven games early in the season but returned in time for the Minnesota-Wisconsin weekend to close out the month of September... also started Big Ten games against Maryland, Rutgers, Nebraska and Iowa... made a career-high eight saves in the 1-0 loss to Wisconsin... shut out Ohio to help the Boilers post their first win of the season... surrendered only one goal in 1-0 losses to Miami (Ohio), Minnesota and Nebraska... made five saves in the loss at Nebraska.

Ginther played in nine games, making four starts... Purdue's first true freshman goalkeeper to start a game since the program's inaugural 1998 season... started four consecutive games in September vs. Dartmouth, Seattle, IPFW and Miami (Ohio)... helped lead the Boilers to wins against Dartmouth and IPFW as well as a draw against Seattle... saw action off the bench five times, finishing off the games against Akron, Xavier, Kansas, Penn State and Nebraska... earned her first collegiate shutout in the IPFW win... made a season-high four saves in the games against Kansas and Dartmouth... kept Xavier off the scoreboard for the final 27 minutes of the game, her longest relief appearance of the season.

Three-year starting goalkeeper for the varsity team, coached by Scott Parillo... didn't play high school soccer as a sophomore in order to train for nationals with her club team... USYS Golden Glove winner in 2011 after helping lead her club to the national title... team MVP as a senior after recording 11 shutouts... two-time all-conference, all-area and all-sectional honoree while breaking the school record for shutouts... conference MVP as a freshman.

Biographical Information

Major: Public Relations

Parents: John & Kelly Ginther

Brothers: Jake & Sam



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