2011: Four goals vs. Hartford (5/7) ... had six goals and an assist vs. Binghamton (5/4) ...America East Player of the Year and first-team all-conference (5/3) ... game-high four goals at Vermont (4/30) ...America East Player of the Week after five-goal effort vs. Albany (4/23) ... three goals and an assist vs. Binghamton (4/16) ... tied career-high with two assists at Hartford (4/9) ...America East Player of the Week after scoring seven goals vs. UMBC (4/1) ... agoal and two ground balls vs. Bryant (3/26) ... had a goal and three ground balls vs. Cornell (3/22) ...recorded a goal and an assist at Towson (3/19) ...two goals, an assist and three ground balls at St. John's (3/15) ... had three goals against Delaware (3/12) ... four goals and an assist at Marist (3/5) ... took two shots against Virginia (2/26) ... Tewaaraton Award watch list ... 14th overall pick (3rd round) of the 2011 MLL draft by Rochester Rattlers ... preseason honorable mention All-American ... 2011 captain.
2010: Third team All-American ... America East first team ... started all 17 games ... first player in school history to have 40 goals in three straight seasons ... Seawolves' all-time leading goal scorer (134) with one season to go ... set school record for goals in a half (6) and a quarter (5) against Siena (2/20) ... finished with eight goals against Saints ... two games of seven goals each - Delaware (3/13) and Binghamton (4/17) ... tallied six goals against Towson (3/6) and UMBC (4/3) ... third all-time in school history with 161 points ... has started all but one game in career ... played for Team Scotland at 2010 World Championships ... America East Honor Roll.
2009: Reached the 40-goal mark for a second straight year ... honorable mention All-America by the USILA for a second straight year ... started all 15 games ... led Stony Brook and the America East in goals ... first team All-America East ... second in the nation in goals per game at 2.80 ... scored at least a goal in the first 14 games of the season ... 12 multiple-goal outings, including a stretch of 11 straight ... led SBU with three man-up goals ... 42 goals in a season is eighth all-time at Stony Brook ... four goals against Lehigh (3/4) ... scored the game winner in overtime vs. Delaware (3/14) ... recorded back-to-back five-goal games at Lafayette (3/17) and at Denver (3/21) ... also matched his career best with three ground balls vs. the Pioneers ... three goals and three ground balls vs. Binghamton (4/18) ... four scores at #9 Hofstra (4/21) ... five goals on eight shots in the America East semifinal against Albany (4/29).
2008: Record setting freshman year ... played in all 14 games with 13 starts ... honorable mention All-America by the USILA ... America East Freshman of the Year ... first team All-America East ... led Stony Brook in goals (44) and points (55) ... finished third in the nation in goals per game (3.14) and seventh in points per game (3.93) ... at least one goal in every game but one ... three or more goals eight times ... led the Seawolves with seven man-up goals ... four goals in his first collegiate game at Virginia (2/22) ... led Stony Brook to an upset of then #7 Delaware (3/15) with a school record 10 goals ... that was the most goals scored by any Division I player in 2008 ... it was also one goal shy of tying the NCAA record ... 10 goals came on 11 shots ... also picked up a season-high three ground balls against the Blue Hens ... six goals the next time out against Lafayette (3/18) ... scored the game-winner vs. Vermont (4/5) ... four goals vs. Hartford (4/12) ... four more goals in the first meeting with Albany (4/26).
High School: A 2004 graduate of New Westminster Secondary School.
Personal: Born Jordan Donovan McBride on October 2, 1986 in New Westminster, British Columbia ... son of Martin and Connie McBride ... one brother