14 - Jordan Franey
Jordan Franey
Born: 10/29/1987
Height: 6-0
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: Santana HS
Position: Guard/Forward
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2008-09
All-Big West Honorable Mention

An All-Big West Honorable Mention selection, Franey was the only conference non-starter to earn an all-conference honor...A source of instant energy, she was one of four to play in all of the Gauchos' 32 games...Set career-highs in rebounds and field goal percentage...Averaged 6.3 points per game...Averaged 7.6 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in Big West play...Reached double-figures in six straight games in January, a stretch where she averaged 11.3 points and 5.5 rebounds...Shot 77.0% from the free throw line, sixth overall in the Big West...100 free throws attempted was third on team...Her eight free throws made on Jan. 28 at Cal State Northridge was a career-high...Matched career-high with five assists at Cal Poly on Feb. 14...Third on team with 4.3 rebounds per game, leading the team in rebounding in four games...13 points, six rebounds and four assists at Fresno State on Nov. 20. 2007-08
Appeared in all 31 games and made four starts...In a three-start stretch in February, Franey averaged 7.3 points and 3.0 rebounds...One of those starts, on Feb. 7, was easily her best game of the year when she had 13 points, eight rebounds, two steals and made six free throws - all season highs...Scored in double-digits three times, all UCSB victories...Finished second on the team in free throw percentage with 81.8% mark...Ranks fifth all-time in UCSB history with a .783 free throw percentage.

Franey Named Big West's Top Freshman
While head coach Mark French relied on all of his freshmen in 2006-07, it was Jordan Franey who had the biggest impact on the Gauchos' success. The San Diego native led UCSB's first-year players in games played (33), starts (17), minutes (25.1 mpg), scoring (8.6 ppg), rebounding (4.0 rpg), assists (1.8 apg), and three-pointers made (44). One of Santa Barbara's best shooters from the perimeter, the forward shined from behind the three-point arc, ranking seventh in the Big Wes in three-point shooting percentage (.333) and eighth in three-pointers made (1.34). Her total of 44 three-point baskets led the Gauchos. Franey also made some noise on the UCSB all-time freshman record books, ranking eighth all-time with 59 assists and 10th with 285 total points. The forward's position as one of the premiere freshmen in the league was solidified when she was named the 2006-07 Big West Conference Freshman of the Year when the annual BWC awards were announced at the conclusion of the regular season. Franey became the first Gaucho to earn the honor since Kristen Mann in 2001. Welcome To The Show, Kid
On her list of accomplishments as a freshman in 2006-07, Jordan Franey's performance against Weber State December 7 ranks right near the top. Making her eighth of 11 consecutive starts to open the season, Franey shot 7-of-12 from floor, including 4-for-6 from downtown en route to a career-best and game-high 22 points. She also set a new personal best with 12 rebounds, recording her first double-double at the collegiate level. In addition to her scoring and rebounding totals -- which still stand as career marks entering her sophomore season, Franey also set career-highs in field goals made, field goals attemted, and three-pointers made. After the scoring potential she showed leading the Gauchos to a 62-57 victory over the Wildcats, it became clear that Jordan Franey had arrived. 2006-07
Franey was one of only two Gauchos to appear in all 33 games last season and started 17 of those -- the most among UCSB's five freshmen...In fact, she started her first 11 games in the blue and gold and 17 of 21 before coming off the bench the last 12...Led the team with 44 three-point baskets and 134 attempts for a mark of 33.7% on the year...Both of those numbers ranked in the top 10 in the Big West Conference...Her break-out performance came against Weber State December 7 in which she scored a career-best 22 points on 7-for-12 shooting, including 4-of-6 from behind the three-point arc...Also pulled down a season-high 12 rebounds against the Wildcats in 34 minutes...Finished 5-for-7 from the floor en route to 16 points and a career-best four assists against Long Beach State January 4...Made three triples and finished 5-for-9 overall for 17 points with five rebounds and two assists at UC Davis January 13...Had another strong performance against the Aggies in the Thunderdome February 3, netting 14 points...Went 3-for-7 for 11 points to go with four rebounds and three assists in the Big West Tournament Final against UC Riverside March 10...Franey reached double figures a total of 14 times, but just twice in the last 10 games...Fifth on the squad and second among the Gaucho newcomers averaging 8.6 points...Santa Barbara's top free-throw shooter at 76.5% (65-85)...Was named the Big West Freshman of the Year. High School
Franey was a 2006 graduate of Santana High School in San Diego and was a four-year varsity letterwinner for coach Wade Vickery...Led the Sultans to back-to-back North Grossmont League championships in 2003 and 2004...Went on to guide SHS to the San Diego CIF Division III Championship as a junior and senior...Sultans advanced all the way to the to the state quarterfinals in 2006, where they lost to Bishop Amat...Was named the 2006 San Diego Female Athlete of the Year and Hall of Champions Basketball Player of the Year...A three-time All East County First team selection, she averaged 25 points, 11.4 rebounds, and three assists as a senior...Garnered all-state and all-league first team honors all four years at Santana...Scored a career-high of 38 points twice during her senior campaign...Grabbed a school record 22 rebounds as a junior and recorded 11 steals as a senior, both against Our Lady of Peace...Holds SHS records for career points with 2,190, most points in a season with 735, and most rebounds in a career with 1,091...Nailed 38.4% of her three point attempts and 74% of her free throws as a senior...Was named the 2006 Herald Union Tribune Player of the Year...Was a McDonalds and Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American...Competed for the Cal Swish Black Club team under coach Russ Davis...Earned a total of 11 varsity letters in high school...Was also an all-league first team selection in volleyball and track and field...Named the Grossmont North League Female Field Athlete of the Year in 2006. Personal
Jordan Alexandra Franey was born October 29, 1987 in San Diego, Calif....The daughter of Lawrence and Jamie Franey...Also known as "J. Fray"...She is the youngest of six and her five siblings include Lynn, Laura, John, Janet and Lance...Majoring in history with a minor in exercise science and education...Wants to achieve a career as an administrator in education...Her most memorable moment in sports was being named the 2006 San Diego Female Athlete of the Year alongside Chase Budinger, who took the male honors...Her hobbies include reading history textbooks and napping...Roots for her hometown Padres and Chargers...Her favorite athletes are her brothers and sisters, and she likes a fellow named Larry Bird, too..."Gangs of New York," "The Hangover," and "Revolutionary Road" top her list of must-see films...Enjoys watching "Intervention" and "Law and Order: SVU" on television...Loves the works of Oscar Wilde and Jane Austen...Her great uncle Chet Clemens played baseball for the Boston Braves from 1939-1941 and brother John played football and baseball at Harvard while sister Janet played basketball at Cal and her brother Lance played tennis at Whittier College...Was recruited by a number of schools before deciding on UCSB including Harvard, Princeton, Oregon State, Arizona State, UNLV, Santa Clara, San Diego, and San Diego State...

YearG-GsMin-Avg         Fg-aPct3p-aPctFt-aPctOrDrTrAvgPf-DAstToBlkStlTpAvg
06-0733-17829-25.188-261.33744-134.32865-85.76533991324.093-3591111302858.6
07-0831-4408-13.235-105.33312-44.27336-44.8181140511.649-027452121183.8
08-0932-4681-21.361-148.4124-22.18277-100.770301081384.359-03971172036.3
Totals96-251,918-20.0184-514.35860-200.300178-229.777742473213.3201-31252274496066.3

Career-Highs
Points22vs. Weber State12/7/06
Rebounds12vs. Weber State12/7/06
Assists5at Cal Poly2/14/09
Steals3twicetwice
Blocked Shots1three timesthree times
FG Made7vs. Weber State12/7/06
FG Attempted12twicetwice
FT Made7twicetwice
FT Attempted9at Pacific2/19/09

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