24 Jordan Petitt
|High School:||West Springfield|
- "I made Virginia Wesleyan my top choice to play soccer and because of the warmth of the people at the school."
- Selected VWC over Virginia Commonwealth University, James Madison University and Christopher Newport University
VWC Career Statistics
- Presidential Scholarship recipient
- Varisty starter for three years in soccer
- Selected as team captain as a senior
- 2013 first team All-Patriot District honoree
- 2013 second team All-Northern Region honoree
- All-Metropolitan team honoree, second team, as a senior
- All-disrtrict honorable mention accolades as a junior
- Three-year NCSL Division I club team captain (Team America Soccer Club)
- Competed one year in the Virginia Olympic Development program and advanced to the semifinals in the Ryder Cup competition
- Also competed in indoor track
- Son of Susan and Brian Petitt; parents attended Virginia Commonwealth University
- Has one brother, Kyle
- Enjoys listening to Nas, J.Cole and Lupe Fiasco and spending vacation time in Hawaii
- A fan of English soccer standout Rio Ferdinand, the Manchester United soccer team and celebrity Kayne West
- Favorites include the book "The Accidental Mind," the movie "Step Brothers," and the TV series "The Office"
- Self-description in 10 words or less: "hard-working and hungry for success"
- My favorite aspect of being an athlete is: "being able to what I love and get away from the outside world through soccer"
- The part of my game I've improved the most is: "leadership, communication, defending"
- My personal athletic goal at VWC is: "to be All-ODAC (Old Dominion Athletic Conference) first team and All-Virginia first team"
- If I could spend a day with a famous person from any time period it would be: "Jay Z right now because he basically runs the world"
- People might be surprised to know: "I enjoy psychology and medicine a lot"
- It's the year 2030 and: "I'm a neurosurgeon working at a hospital."
- The most important advice I've received is: "work hard, but also enjoy the ride to success" -- Dad