Jordan specializes in hitting, fielding, and pitching. He is entering his 6th season at the helm of the Rochester College Baseball team after leading the Warriors to two consecutive Small College World Series apperances. He brings with him a wealth of playing experience and knowledge about the game. Jordan displays an incredible passion for the game and for the mission of Rochester College.
As a player at Armada High School, under Head Coach Mike Thorman, Jordan set batting records in all categories with the exception of homeruns. He hit .624 as a senior at Armada, allowing him to set the career record with a batting average of .500. His college career started at St. Mary's College, and then to St. Clair Community College, and finally here at Rochester College.
While a player at Rochester College, Jordan was in the top ten in the nation with a .418 batting average earning him All-American status as junior at RC. He was also in the top ten in the nation for doubles both his junior and senior seasons, and holds the single season stolen bases record at Rochester with 24 thefts.
Jordan's coaching experience includes the Grosse Pointe Redbirds 17U team, Players Edge Sluggers 16U, Detroit Metro Tigers semi-pro team that was the 2008 North Champions. Coach Ackerman was also a Co-Coach at his alma matre Armada High School, where he helped lead the team to its first ever state semi-finals appearance.