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Where are they now - Jo Paine and Dominique Jordan

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Where are they now By Michael Murray for NWAC

Jo Paine
Clackamas Women’s Basketball - 2015-2016
Junior at Chico State University

NWAC Accomplishments
Jo Paine Joined the NWAC after her leave from Stetson University to join The Clackamas Cougars, where she earned a positive 11-5 record throughout the regular season. In her time playing for Clackamas Community College, she proved to be a consistent player, averaging a 46% field goal percentage, and a 70% free-throw percentage.

This allowed her to average 23.13 points per game with a 46 point high against Umpqua Community College (Feb. 13th), making her the second highest leading scorer in the league.  She was also 2nd in the league for rebounds, maintaining an average of 12.27 per game. Even with these high stats she distributed the ball, breaking into the league’s 3rd top spot for assists, earning 5.27 per game. With these exceptional stats, she obtained the award for Most Valuable Player in the southern region and was named the Baden Player of the Year.

Chico State University
As a Wildcat, Jo Paine has Started for just over half of games played in her junior year. She’s shot an average of 12 points per game with a season high of 21 points against Cal State San Marcos (Dec. 3rd). Her 45% field goal is the 3rd highest on the team, and her 75% free-throw percentage has helped contribute to her consistent numbers. On the defensive end, she has averaged 6 rebounds and 1 block per game. She also racked up a season high of 12 defensive rebounds against Fresno Pacific (Nov. 22nd). Paine and the Wildcats finished the 2016-2017 season with a record of 15-12.

graphic of Dominique Jordan

Where are they now By Michael Murray for NWAC

Dominique Jordan
Bellevue Men’s Basketball - 2014-2015
Senior at College of Idaho

NWAC Accomplishments
Dominique Jordan played for the Bellevue College Bulldogs during the 2014-2015 season. Throughout his year with the team, he put up an average of 16.08 points per game with a season high of 28 against Whatcom (Feb. 25). His field-goal percentage was 39%, while his 3-point percentage stayed very close behind at 37%. The 77% free-throw percentage he earned contributed to his consistent scoring.  By the end of the regular season, he was named Most Valuable Player in the northern region and was also named the Baden Player of the Year of the Northwest Athletic Conference. Jordan and his team carried on to finish in 5th place during the NWAC Championships.

College of Idaho
Jordan made a smooth transition from Bellevue to Idaho, maintaining good stats throughout his post NWAC career. In the 2015-2016 season, he clutched a 39% field goal percentage, while averaging 37% from behind the arc, with a 70% rating from the foul line. This led him to produce 10 points per game, with a high of 25 points scored against Southern Oregon (Jan.15th) making him the 3rd best scorer on the team. He also chipped in 2 assists per game. He was a starter for 27 games out of 30.

Jordan completed his senior year at the College of Idaho this season, maintaining a 37% field-goal percentage, and an even higher 3-point percentage at 40%. Jordan and his team finished with a strong regular season record of 15-5, and made it to the semi-finals of the Cascade Collegiate Conference.

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