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  Jordan Williamson
Jordan Williamson
Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Austin, TX

High School:
Westwood

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 191

Position:
K

04/13/2013

Mark Soltau: Ideal Settings, Results for Spring Game

Defense emerges with 40-34 win at Stanford Stadium

04/06/2013

Open Practice Report: Big Plays, Big Defense on Display for Cardinal

Hogan, Crower Impress; Gardner Leads Defense

03/09/2013

Open Practice Report: Lueders Leads Defense; Hogan Efficient on Offense

Crowd-Pleasing Scrimmage Nets 77 Live Plays

02/18/2013

Cardinal Set to Begin Spring Practices

Center and left tackle highlight position battles; competition and development for 15 practices kicks off Feb. 25

01/01/2013

No. 8 Stanford Wins 99th Annual Rose Bowl

Kevin Hogan passed for 123 yards, and No. 8 Stanford's dominant defense shut out Wisconsin in the second half.

01/08/2013

2012 Season in Photos

2012 Season in Photos

01/01/2013

No. 6 Stanford vs. Wisconsin (Rose Bowl)

Stanford football

11/30/2012

Pac-12 Championship: Stanford vs. UCLA

Pac-12 Championship: Stanford vs. UCLA

10/13/2012

No. 17 Stanford vs. No. 7 Notre Dame

No. 17 Stanford vs. No. 7 Notre Dame

09/27/2012

AP Photos: Football vs. Washington

AP Photos: Football vs. Washington

Feature Stories: 9/27/11 in San Francisco Chronicle | 1/12/11 on ESPN.com |

AT STANFORD: Returns as one of the top kickers in the nation and preseason Lou Groza Award candidate.

2012 (JUNIOR):In his second year as the Cardinal's starting kicker, booted game-winning field goals vs. San Jose State, at Oregon and vs. UCLA in the Pac-12 Football Championship Game...made 17 of 27 field goals and extended career long to 48 yards...recorded 32 touchbacks on 75 kickoffs in 2012...hit 45 of 46 PATs this season, raising his career tally to 99 of 102 (fourth-best in Cardinal record books)...Led Stanford in scoring with 96 points...had field goals of 47 and 22 yards, accounting for Stanford's final points in a 20-14 Rose Bowl Game victory over Wisconsin...drilled field goals of 37 and 36 yards, the latter of which proved to be the game-winner, against UCLA in the Pac-12 Football Championship Game...after missing a 43-yard attempt earlier in the contest, nailed a game-winning 37-yard field goal in overtime at No. 1 Oregon...hit a career-best eight touchbacks at Colorado to go along with made field goals from 31 and 35 yards...struck a 42-yard first-quarter field goal in a win over Washington State...drilled a career-long 48-yard field goal at Notre Dame while later adding a 27-yarder...hit kickoffs for six touchbacks vs. Arizona...connected on both field goal attempts at Washington...matched career-best with three field goals made (four attempts) against Duke...booted a (then) career-best 46-yard field goal to end the first half of the season opener vs. San Jose State...earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.

2011 (SOPHOMORE): Earned second-team All-Pac-12 Conference honors in his first season of action...was 13 for 19 in field-goal tries, including a long of 45 at Arizona...was 4 for 4 from 20-29, 7-9 from 30-39, and 2-6 from 40-49...topped Pac-12 kickers in points per game at 9.3...ranked third in field goals per game (1.30) and field goal percentage (68.4)...made his first seven attempts of his career before his first misfire against Colorado from 47 yards out...then made his next four tries against Washington State and Washington...missed the USC, Oregon State and Oregon game with injury before returning to action for the final two contests against Cal and Notre Dame...made two of his last seven attempts over the final three games of the season.

2010 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Westwood High School in Austin, Texas...played for head coach Anthony Wood...made nine of 14 field-goal tries and all 44 extra-point attempts as a senior...kicked a career-long and Westwood school-record 52-yard field goal as a senior...also converted one other try from 50 yards...made 32 of 45 field goal attempts and converted on all 93 of his extra-point attempts during his three-year varsity career...holds Westwood school record for most career field goals (32), most consecutive extra points (93), most field goals in one game (4) and most field goals in one season (13)...93 consecutive PATs rank second in Texas state prep history while his 32 career field goals rank fifth...three-time all-state honorable mention selection...also earned first team all-district 16-5A as a sophomore, junior and senior...earned district's special teams MVP as a senior...also lettered in soccer...academic all-district selection in both football and soccer...parents are Grady Williamson and Laura Barton...stepfather is David Burton...has one brother, Josh and one sister, Claire...born in Austin, Texas...full name is Jordan Gabriel Williamson...majoring in psychology.

CAREER STATISTICS

Career Highs
Field Goals Made: 3, twice; last vs. Washington, 2011
Field Goals Attempted: 3, twice; last vs. Washington, 2011
Long: 45 at Arizona, 2011
Game-Winning Field Goals: None

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