Kennett High School celebrated senior Jordan Goddard signing her National Letter of Intent to play Division II field hockey at Millersville University. Jordan was surrounded by her parents, Eileen Goddard and Mark Goddard, as well as by her Principal Dr. Jeremy Hritz, Head Coach Meghan Shumway, Assistant Coach Kristen Kotler, and Athletic Director Sean Harvey.
Jordan has been a member of the Kennett High School’s varsity field hockey team since her freshman year. As one of the best midfielders in the county, Jordan has had a phenomenal field hockey career with the Blue Demons. During her sophomore year, Jordan was named to the All-League Second Team. Jordan continued having successful seasons, when she was named to the All-League Second Team and named team MVP and Best Offensive Player in her junior year. Jordan’s most successful season as a Kennett High School field hockey player was her senior year. Jordan was named to the All-League First Team, was named team MVP, was a Booster’s Club Award recipient, and was ranked as the lead scorer on the team with 14 goals and 10 assists. Jordan also plays on a club field hockey team where she is primarily a defender.
Jordan will continue her education at Millersville University, where she will study psychology. After completing her undergraduate work, Jordan plans to get her Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology.