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#19 Jordan Williamson
Position: Kicker
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185
Year: 5th Year Senior
Hometown: Austin, Texas
High School: Westwood
Major: Psychology
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As a Fifth-Year Senior (2014) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
• Athlon preseason All-Pac-12 third team
• Groza Award watch list
• 13 games played
• 43 of 43 extra points made
• 15 of 22 field goals made
• 41 touchbacks on 69 kickoffs
• Hit one of two field goal attempts, seven kickoffs (61.1 yards/kickoff)  vs. UC Davis
     • Became Stanford's career leader in points scored (294)
     • Broke record of 289 held by Eric Abrams (1992-95)
• Hit one of three field goal attempts vs. USC
• Six kickoffs (63.5 yards/kickoff), four touchbacks vs. Army
• Hit two of three field goal attempts (35, 32) at Washington
• Hit two of three field goal attempts (22, 34) vs. Washington State
• Hit 40-yard field goal at Arizona State
• Hit one of two field goals (33) vs. Oregon State
• Hit each of three field goal attempts (47, 43, 25) at Oregon
• Career-long 51-yard field goal vs. Utah
• Hit 24-yard field goal, seven touchbacks at Cal
• Hit 34-yard field goal at UCLA
• Hit 29-yard field goal, six extra point attempts vs. Maryland
     • School-record 90th career field goal attempt
     • School-record 77th consecutive extra point made

As a Senior (2013) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
• Preseason All-Pac-12 third team by Lindy’s
• Stanford's Special Teams Player of the Game vs. Washington State (Sept. 28)
• 37th nationally in field goal pct. (.818) 
• Seventh nationally in field goals/game (1.6) 
• 20th nationally in scoring (8.8 points/game)
• 11 games played
• 43 of 44 PAT
• 18 of 22 field goals
• 46 kickoffs (64.2 yards/kickoff)
     • 25 touchbacks
• Hit two of three field goal attempts vs. San Jose State
    • Tied career-long with 48-yard field goal
• Hit two field goals at Army, including 47-yarder to end first half
    • Third-quarter PAT was 25,000th point in Stanford history
• Missed from 51 yards, connected on 20- and 24-yarders vs. Arizona State
• 28- and 27-yard field goals made against Washington State
• 33-yard field goal made vs. Washington
• Missed 38-yard attempt at Utah
    • First miss on the season inside 50 yards (previously 9 of 9)
• Hit four of five field goal attempts vs. Oregon
    • Good from 19, 34, 26, 30 yards
• Became Stanford’s all-time PAT leader with six made extra points vs. Cal
• Hit two field goals, three PAT vs. Notre Dame
• 30-yard field goal made, five PAT at Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
• Made two field goals against Michigan State in Rose Bowl

As a Junior (2012) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
• Groza Award Watch List
• Kicked game-winning field goals vs. San Jose State, at Oregon and vs. UCLA in Pac-12 title game
• 17 of 27 field goals made, including career-long 48 yarder at Notre Dame
• 32 touchbacks on 75 kickoffs
• 45 of 46 PAT
• Led team in scoring with 96 points
• Made field goals of 47 and 22 yards for final points in 20-14 Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin
• Made field goals of 37 and 36 yards against UCLA in Pac-12 title game
• Missed 43-yard attempt but made game-winning 37-yard field goal in overtime at Oregon
• Career-best eight touchbacks at Colorado and made field goals from 31 and 35 yards
• 42-yard first-quarter field goal against Washington State
• Career-long 48-yard field goal and 27-yarder at Notre Dame
• Six touchbacks vs. Arizona
• Made two field goals at Washington
• Three field goals made on four attempts against Duke
• 46-yard field goal to end first half of season opener vs. San Jose State

As a Sophomore (2011) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• All-Pac-12 second team
• 13 of 19 field goals made, including season-long 45-yarder at Arizona
• 4 of 4 from 20-29 yards, 7 of 9 from 30-39 yards, 2 of 6 from 40-49 yards
• Led conference kickers with 9.3 points per game
• Ranked third in Pac-12 in field goals per game (1.30) and field goal percentage (68.4)
• Made first seven attempts of career before missing 47-yarder against Colorado
• Made next four attempts against Washington State and Washington
• Missed USC, Oregon State and Oregon games with injury
• Returned for the final two regular season games against Cal and Notre Dame

As a Freshman (2010)
• Did not see action

The Williamson File
• Graduated from Westwood (Texas) and played for head coach Anthony Wood
• Made nine of 14 field goal attempts and all 44 extra-point attempts as a senior
• Career-long and Westwood school-record 52-yard field goal as a senior
• Made 50-yard field goal as a senior
• Made 32 of 45 field goal attempts and all 93 extra-point attempts during three-year varsity career
• Westwood school record holder for career field goals (32) and consecutive extra points (93)
• Westwood school record holder for field goals in one game (4) and field goals in one season (13)
• 93 consecutive extra-point attempts rank second in Texas history
• 32 career field goals rank fifth in Texas history
• Three-time all-state honorable mention
• First team all-district 16-5A as a sophomore, junior and senior
• District special teams MVP as a senior
• Lettered in soccer
• Academic all-district selection in football and soccer
• Born in Austin, Texas
• Full name is Jordan Gabriel Williamson
• Son of Grady Williamson and Laura Burton
• Stepfather is David Burton
• Brother, Josh Burton, sister, Claire Burton, stepsister, Emmalee Williamson
• Majoring in psychology