Jordan Kardos
Jordan Kardos


Northbrook, Ill.

High School:
Glenbrook North

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 183


2001-02 Highlights: UIC?s three-point marksman played in all 34 games as a senior while getting the starting nod in 26 outings...was the Flames? second-leading scorer averaging a single-season best 12.3 ppg...ranked second in the Horizon League and sixth nationally in trey accuracy (46%)...was the team?s top free throw shooter, converting 83% of his charity tosses...finished his career in 12th on the UIC all-time scoring list (1,114)...scored in double figures 20 times during his senior campaign...splashed in three or more triples in a game 10 times...earned a spot on the 2002 Horizon League All-Tournament Team...tabbed a game-high 24 points in the Flames? Horizon League Tournament semifinal win over Detroit on March 3...scored a career-high 27 points at Cleveland State on Feb. 2...also passed the career 1,000-point plateau in the game...tallied 12 points, six rebounds, and four assists at Youngstown St. on Feb. 4...dropped a team-high 20 points on Detroit on Jan. 31...scored 25 points on three occasions - South Florida (12/29), Cleveland St. (1/5) and UW-Green Bay (1/10)...also tallied a career-best seven rebounds vs. UWGB...earned all-tournament honors at the 2002 USF Holiday Classic.

2000-01 Highlights: As a junior, he started in 16 of the 22 games he played ? finished fourth on the team in scoring with 9.5 ppg while also collecting 1.7 rpg ? averaged 8.7 ppg against conference foes ? finished first in the MCC after hitting 46.8% from three-point range ? scored in double figures 12 times during the year, including a season-high 17 points against Cleveland State on Jan. 6 ? missed the final five games of the season after pulling an abdominal muscle during pre-game warm-ups in UIC?s outing at Detroit on Feb. 15 ? put in 15 points against the Titans when Detroit visited the Windy City on Feb. 3 ? had 16 points against Chicago State on Dec. 23 ? had 15 points against #9 Illinois on Dec. 29 ? tallied 14 points and a season-high five rebounds and four assists in the home victory over Texas-San Antonio on Nov. 21.

1999-00 Highlights: Played in all 31 games last season while earning the starting nod in 10 contests ? finished as UIC?s third-highest scorer, averaging 9.1 ppg ? also added 2.0 rpg, 28 assists and 15 steals ? shot 37.7% from the field and 34.4% from three-point range ? chipped in 8.1 ppg and 2.0 rpg in MCC outings ? started the year strong as he tallied 14.5 ppg through the Flames? first eight games of the season ? closed out the season just as strong as he averaged 13.7 ppg over the final seven outings of the campaign ? scored in double digits 13 times, including a season-high 24 points against Central Michigan on Nov. 27 ? registered 22 points in the home win over UW-Milwaukee on Feb. 12 ? had 21 points in UIC?s victory over IUPUI on Nov. 30 ? averaged 15.0 ppg at the MCC Tournament and led the Flames with 15 points against Detroit in the semifinals on March 5.

1998-99 Highlights: In his first year of action, finished as the team?s third-highest scorer with an average of 7.6 ppg ? played in 27 of 28 games while starting in 13 ? was the Flames? second-best free throw shooter at 83.3%, which ranks tied for seventh on the UIC single season charts ? went a span of seven games in December during which he connected on 13 straight free throws ? scored in double figures nine times during the year, including 15 points in the season-opener at Purdue on Nov. 16 ? tallied career-highs of 26 points and six rebounds against Marquette on New Year?s Eve ? followed that game up with back-to-back 23-point outings versus Wright State on Jan. 4 and Cleveland State on Jan. 9 ? led UIC with 16 points in the overtime win against Florida International on Dec. 17.

1997-98 Highlights: Used the year as a redshirt season, but practiced with the squad and served as a valuable member of the ?scout? team.

Prep/Personal Highlights: As a senior at Glenbrook North, he led the Spartans to a 20-8 finish with averages of 22.6 ppg, 4.0 rpg and 2.2 assists ... topped team in scoring with 623 points ... hit 93 three-pointers and shot 47% from beyond the arc while draining 82.3% of his attempts from the free throw line ... shot 48% from the field ... scored in double figures in all 29 games while hitting 20+ points in 19 outings ... earned a spot on the York Holiday All-Tournament Team ... garnered Central Suburban North All-Conference accolades and was also named to the Pioneer Press All-Area Team ... selected to play in the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game and helped the Suburban All-Star Team roll to a 105-94 victory over the City All-Stars with 14 points ... as a junior, he guided Glenbrook North to a 19-8 finish with averages of 7.0 ppg and 3.5 rpg ? born May 11, 1979 ? son of Sandor and Irene Kardos ? majoring in Business.