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Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
High School
Bill Crothers Secondary School

2016 Hoosier Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team
2016 Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team
2016 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
2014 Top Top 100 Freshmen (22)
2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Participant
U-20 Canadian Women’s National Team
U-17 Canadian Women’s National Team

Anchored LSU’s central defense for four seasons from 2014-17 … Made 80 starts for the Tigers over four seasons to rank No. 8 in school history in career starts … Member of LSU’s NCAA Tournament team as a sophomore in 2015 … Ended her career with one goal and two assists in the attack from her central defender position … Only career goal was a game-winning at College of Charleston to hand the Tigers their first win of the 2016 season … Named to Charleston Classic and Hoosier Challenge Cup all-tournament teams during the 2016 season.

Started all 18 matches in her senior season with the Tigers … Teamed with freshman Chiara Ritchie-Williams to form one of the most formidable partnerships in central defense in the Southeastern Conference during the 2017 season … Led an LSU defensive unit that ended the season with a 1.12 goals against average on the season … Tigers slashed their GAA from 1.51 the season before while allowing eight fewer goals from their effort in 2016 … Attempted three shots on the offensive end throughout the season … Earned her fourth varsity letter.

A standout central defender who started all 19 games for the Tigers in 2016 … Scored her first career goal in LSU’s first win of the season against College of Charleston as she headed home Marlena Cutura’s corner kick in the 25th minute for the 1-0 win … Named to the Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team for her defensive performance on season-opening weekend … Earned all-tournament honors for a second time when she was selected to the Hoosier Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team following LSU’s sweep of Indiana and Butler during the non-conference season … Helped lead the Tigers to the Hoosier Challenge Cup title with a 3-0 win over Indiana in Bloomington and 2-1 win over defending Big East Champion Butler in Indianapolis … Added an assist in LSU’s 4-0 non-conference win over Lamar on Sept. 18 … Part of LSU’s defensive unit that kept seven clean sheets on the season … Also helped shut out Western Kentucky (1-0) during the non-conference season and Ole Miss (3-0), Mississippi State (1-0) and Alabama (0-0) in SEC play … LSU’s defensive unit ended the season with a 1.51 goals against average in 19 matches on the season … Attempted five shots with two shots on goal on the season … Honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as an LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana selection following the season … Earned her third varsity letter.

Continued her progression as one of the top young center backs in the Southeastern Conference with her performance in 2015 … One of four Tigers to start all 23 matches during the season … A key figure in LSU’s return to the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament for the first time since 2011 and the fifth time in school history … Formed a stellar defensive partnership with senior team captain Alex Arlitt while starting 22 matches together in central defense … LSU’s 1-0 shutout of 15th-ranked Duke was the only match the two did not start alongside one another during a 2015 season in which the Tigers posted a 13-6-4 overall record … A key figure in LSU’s run to the SEC Tournament semifinals after finishing the regular season with a 5-4-2 mark and 17 points for seventh place in the final league table … Member of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the season with a 1.21 goals against average while conceding 29 goals to opponents in 2015 … Helped the Tigers keep six clean sheets in defense on the season, including home non-conference wins against Minnesota, Indiana and 15th-ranked Duke and back-to-back SEC wins against Mississippi State and Arkansas during the conference season … Tigers also played Vanderbilt to a scoreless draw in the league… Credited with her first career assist in LSU’s 4-0 shutout of Indiana on Sept. 6 … Attempted seven shots with three shots on goal on the season … Earned her second varsity letter.

One of the top freshmen in college soccer with her performance in leading LSU’s defense in 2014 … Honored by as the No. 22-ranked freshman nationally regardless of position in the online publication’s list of the Top 100 freshmen in college soccer for 2014 … Started all 20 matches in her debut season with the Tigers, including 11 starts in SEC play … Partnered with fellow freshman Alexis Urch while playing primarily as a central defender in her rookie season … Also saw action in the defensive midfield late in the regular season … Member of an LSU defensive unit that ended the 2014 season with a 1.76 goals against average while conceding 36 goals to opponents during the campaign … Helped the Tigers pitch four shutouts on the year against Troy, Nicholls and Stephen F. Austin during the non-conference season and Mississippi State in SEC play … A target on set pieces while attempting nine shots with five shots on goal for a .556 shots on goal percentage during the season … Attempted a season-high four shots with two shots on target in LSU’s scoreless draw against Stephen F. Austin on Sept. 8 during the non-conference season … Earned her first varsity letter.

Joined the Tigers as an emerging talent in the Canadian Women’s National Team system … Trained with the Under-17 Canadian Women’s National Team for the first time in December 2011 at the age of 15 … Invited to train with the Under-20 Canadian Women’s National Team at the age of 17 as part of a National EXCELeration Camp in December 2013 … Attended a second training camp with Canada’s U-20 national team in Vancouver from Feb. 16-27, 2014 … Took part in a third national training camp with the U-20 Canadian Women’s National Team in April 2014 in preparation for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup … Featured for Canada’s U-20 squad at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in August 2014 prior to her arrival in Baton Rouge … Trained as part of the U-17 division at the Canadian Soccer Association National Training Center in 2013 … A decorated member of the Ontario Provincial Team during her youth career … Helped guide the Ontario Provincial Team to the U-14 gold medal at the 2010 Canadian Soccer Association National All-Star Championships … Also led her provincial team to the U-16 silver medal in 2012 at the CSA National All-Star Championships … Helped the Ontario Provincial Team to the to the U-18 bronze medal at the Canada Summer Games in 2013 … Coached at the provincial level by Joey Lombardi at U-14, Connie Mercer at U-15, Joe Nucifora at U-16 and Bryan Rosenfeld at U-18 … Played club soccer for five years with Glen Shields Futbol Club under the direction of Dave Benning from 2010-14 … Helped her team at Glen Shields Futbol Club to a double in 2011 by winning the Ontario Youth Soccer League championship and the Ontario-Quebec Competition at the U-15 level … Also helped guide the club to the OYSL Eastern Division U-14 title in 2010 … Also a standout basketball player during her athletics career … Won the U-16 “AA” Provincial Basketball Championships in 2010 with the Scarborough Blues.

Full name is Jordane Diana Carvery … Born on Sept. 2, 1996 … Parents are Tim Carvery and Nicola Graham … Serves as a volunteer youth coach at Glen Shields Futbol Club … Was an honor student at Bill Crothers Secondary School with a 3.4 grade-point average … Also enjoys swimming and skiing … Majoring in elementary education.

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