Lauryn Jordan-Seales

Associate Professor / Head Cross Country, Track and Field Coach
Lauryn Jordan-Seales
Budd 324


Health Education

M.S., Saint Mary's College of California
M.A., Northern Arizonia University
B.S., University of Oregon

Lauryn Jordan received her Masters of Science in Kinesiology from Saint Mary's College in Moraga, Caliofornia, and Master of Education, Educational Leadership from Northern Arizonia University in Flagstaff, Arizonia. She attended the University of Oregan where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She started her college education here at Delta College.

Lauryn Jordan, a former Heptathlete for the Oregon Ducks, began as the San Joaquin Delta Mustang Head coach in 2010, specializing in hurdles, jumps, and multis.

"As a gradiate amd a former student-athlete at Delta, I am extremely excited to lead a program that has been such a big part of my life," Jordan said. "I'm approaching this second year with the attitude of reaching back into history and bringin back the once state contending team and carrying on that tradition that was once set. I most definitely look forward to taking this team to a higher level of excellence than ever before."

Coach Jordan served two years as an Assistant Coach at Northern Arizona University (NAU). During her two years at NAU, the Lumberjacks captured three Big Sky Track and Field team Conference Championships. Her experience had a significant role in the return to conference prominence in the jumps, hurdles, and multi-even athletes. Her assistnace helped guide Ray Eck to a fifth place finish at the 2008 Big Sky Outdoor Championships in the Decathlon. Eck became the first Lumberjack since Nils Wiklund in 2000 to score in the event.

Jordan competed at University of Oregon from 2005 to 2007, after winning the JUCO Heptation (two consecutive years), Long Jump, and triple Jump at the State Championship in 2004 for San Joaquin Delta College. As a Duck, she recorded her personal bests in the Triple Jump (43-2), Long Jump (20-11), High Jump (5-10) and Heptathlon (5499). Jordan became a two-time All0American in the Heptathlon and Long Jump.

Courses Taught:

  • Athletics 53, Cross Country Team, Men
  • Athletics 69, Cross Country Team, Women
  • Health Education 01, Health Education
  • Physical Education Activity 12 A,B,C,D, Individual Conditioning
  • Physical Education Activity 14 A,B,C,D, Weight Training

Course Docushare Material:

Humanities, Social Science, Education, Kinesiology, and Athletics Division