STATISTICS & HISTORY
John “Johnny” Jordan was a Chicago prep star at Quigley Seminary, where he was studying for the priesthood. In 1931, Jordan left the seminary and entered Notre Dame University where he played three years of varsity basketball. He captained the Irish in 1935. Jordan played two games of professional basketball during the 1935-36 season for the Chicago Duffy Florals in the Midwest Basketball Conference. The same season, Jordan embarked on a career as a high school basketball coach. Except for three years of military service, during World War II, Jordan coached at Mt. Carmel High School in Chiacgo from 1935 to 1949. After coaching Loyola UNiversity in Chicago for the 1950-51 season, Jordan succeeded former Irish teammate, Moose Krause, as head basketball coach at Notre Dame. Jordan coached the Irish from 1951 to 1964, fashioning a 199-131 record and reaching the NCAA tournament five times.
|JOHNNY JORDAN||Height:||5:11||Weight:||170||College:||Notre Dame’35|
|John J. Jordan||Born: Oct 23, 1910||Died: Jun 13, 1991||Hometown:||Chicago, Ill.|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1931-32||Notre Dame (Frosh)||College|
|Major League Totals||2||2||0||4||2.0|
|Major League Totals||1||1||5||7||7.0|