Sherrelle Jordan

Sherrelle Jordan joins the NSU Men’s and Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Staff as a Graduate Assistant after serving four years as a student-athlete. During her time as a student athlete, Jordan was an Orientation Leader for first time freshmen and transfer students and served as a Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative for her Women’s Track and Field team from 2015 - 2017.  
 
Jordan was a member of the NSU Track and Field team as a hurdler and short sprinter and currently holds both school and conference records in the 100 Meter Hurdles. She ended her collegiate career as two-time conference champion in 100 Meter Hurdles, three-time conference champion Women’s 4x100 Meter Relay, two-time second place finishes in the 200 Meter Dash, a first and second place finish in the Women’s 4x400 Meter Relay, and NSU’s first Women’s Track and Field Conference Championship title. During her final season Jordan provisionally qualified for nationals in the 100 Meter Hurdles, prior to graduating, she was able to coin herself as a two-time All American in the 100 Meter Hurdler and Second Team All-American in Women’s 4x100 Meter Relay. During her four years on the team, she was awarded multiple honors as a Peach Belt Conference Track Athlete of the Week and Peach Belt Conference Sportsmanship Award.

Jordan attended Chandler High School in Chandler, Arizona and was part of the Track and Field team for four years in high school. She recorded her best 100 Meter Hurdles time at 13.74 and 300 Meter Hurdles time at 44.17 during the Arcadia Invitational, and recorded her best 4x400m relay time at 3:59.21 during the Division I State Championship. Prior to joining the NSU Sharks, Jordan was part of the Southern University A&M College at Baton Rouge Women’s Track and Field Team under the supervision of Beau Walker and Brian Johnson. Where she recorded her best 60m hurdles time at 8.81, 400 Meter Hurdles at 1:05.12 and 100 Meter Hurdles at 14.06 during her previous college career. She also ran for the Arizona Cheetahs Track Club under the supervision of coaches Eric Richardson and Michelle Flannigan.
 
Born in San Francisco, California and raised in Chandler, Arizona she has been a Florida native since 2015.
 
Jordan graduated Nova Southeastern University with a Bachelor’s degree in General Studies, with a concentration in Psychology and Business Administration with a Minor in Sociology in 2017 and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Leadership.