About Me My name is Jordan Liette, I was born and raised in a small, rural, town in Ohio. I attended Versailles High School in Versailles, Ohio. I graduated with approximately 120 students and that was one of the largest classes to ever graduate from VHS. In high school I played football, basketball, and baseball and was active in many other clubs and organization through my school, church, and community. I come from a very recognized and achieved school when it comes to high school athletics as our football team has the most state titles of any public school in the entire state of Ohio. We are home to 14 team state champions, 13 team state runners-up, and a numerous amount of individual champions and runners-up!
I started my collegiate playing career in Gaffney, South Carolina where I began my Sports Management degree and played baseball for my first two years of college. During my 2nd year of school I underwent elbow reconstruction surgery and was awarded a medical hardship wavier where I was able to get that season of eligibility back and continue with three more years of collegiate baseball. I then transferred back home to Ohio and continued my education and athletic playing career at Tiffin University where I was a pitcher for the Dragons baseball team in 2010 and 2012. During the fall of 2011, I was fortunate enough to get one last opportunity to step back onto the grid-iron and compete for the Tiffin University football team. There I started at Tight-End for half of the season and played as a Defensive-End for the second half of the season while also participating on numerous special teams units.
My senior season on the baseball field was definitely one to remember! Myself, along with the other eight seniors on the team led the TU baseball team to the conference tournament for the first time in school history. We finished fourth in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) which was the highest finish of any Dragons baseball team since joining the NCAA Div. 2. Once my senior season was over I was more than fortunate enough to be able to take the next step in my playing career as a professional baseball player.
On June 14, 2012 I signed a contract with the Rockford Riverhawks (Rockford, Illinois) of the Frontier League. Later in the summer I was released from the team and was then approached by a former coach of mine about the possibility of coaching college baseball. I am now the head assistant coach, pitching coach, and strength & conditioning coach for the Goshen College Maple Leaf baseball program in Goshen, Indiana. We are a NAIA school competing in the Crossroads League.