#45 Jordan Cyphers
Major: Arts & Sciences
2012-13 - Redshirt Senior Season
Was the team’s most prolific three-point shooter, draining 61 on the year… Shot a team-best 87.3 percent from the charity stripe… Averaged 12.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1 assist per game… Had a career-high 23 points against Belmont (Feb. 14) and then matched that total on Mar. 8 versus Morehead State… Canned a career-best seven threes in the Feb. 14 loss to Belmont… Played in a total of 32 of TSU’s 33 games this season… Started 25 contests… Recorded a career-high four steals versus Austin Peay (Feb. 7)… Scored over 10 points in 24 contests…
2011-12 - Redshirt Junior Season
Saw action in 31 games, starting six for TSU...Averaged 8.0 points per contest and second on the team with 44 made triples...Shot 36.4 percent (44-of-121) behind the arch...Grabbed 52 rebounds (1.7rpg), dished out 23 assists, collected 12 steals and recorded nine blocks during the season...Reached double figures 11 times during his redshirt junior season...Collected a team-best 22 points and eight field goals in the loss to Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 25)...Grabbed four rebounds in the victory over No. 7 Murray State (Feb. 9)...Connected on five three-pointers in the victory against LeMoyne-Owen on Dec. 19...Registered 29 minutes in the win over Alabama A&M (Dec. 21).
Transferred from the University of Utah...Sat out entire season due to NCAA transfer rules.
2008-10 at Utah
In two seasons appeared in 38 games, totaling 259 minutes averaging 6.8 per minute...Shot 34-of-90 from the field at 38 percent scoring 118 points, averaging 3.1 points per game...Hit 30 percent from three-point range connecting 18-of-61 and connected on 32-of-44 for 73 percent from the free-throw line...Collected 23 rebounds (6 offensive, 17 defensive)...Tallied one block and 15 steals.
Named Mr. Basketball in the state of Kansas as a senior...Received Barry Sanders Award as the Male High School Athlete of the Year in Kansas...Two-time First-Team All-State selection...Named All-City and All-League...Led school to the state championship as a senior team captain...Named the team MVP...Averaged 25 points, seven rebounds and three assists as a senior...Named to the Honor Roll throughout his senior year.
Son of Mike and Joy Cyphers...Born November 16, 1989.