Noah Jordan Commits to NCAA’s Miami University

NORTH YORK, ONT. - North York Rangers forward Noah Jordan (#14) and North York Rangers forward Grayden Gottschalk (#24) celebrate a victory after an Ontario Junior Hockey League game between the North York Rangers and Buffalo Jr. Sabres on February 11, 2018 at the Herbert Carnegie Centre. (Photo from Steven Ellis/North York Rangers)
March 7, 2018

11:37 AM EST

NORTH YORK, ONT. – The North York Rangers are pleased to announce that forward Noah Jordan has committed to Miami University of the NCAA for 2018-19.

Jordan, 20, joined the Rangers after an early-season trade from the Aurora Tigers to help bolster North York’s offense. Jordan fit in nicely, scoring 18 goals and finishing with 38 points in 47 games as a dynamic two-way forward for the Rangers during a season that saw the club win the most game in the history of the franchise.

Jordan has turned on the heat in the playoffs, currently sitting second in tournament scoring with eight points in just four games against the Buffalo Jr. Sabres.

Prior to coming to North York, Jordan played his minor midget season with the Toronto Jr. Canadiens before spending the next three seasons with the OJHL’s St. Michael’s Buzzers. Last season, Jordan started the year with the BCHL’s Penticton Vees before returning back to Ontario to play for the CCHL’s Brockville Braves.

One of Jordan’s biggest accomplishments was representing Team Canada East at the 2015 World Junior A Challenge, with the big power-forward scoring a goal against Canada West and an assist against Switzerland.

We would like to congratulate Jordan on his massive accomplishment and can’t wait to see what you can do as the OJHL playoffs go on!

Photo from Steven Ellis/North York Rangers