Biography:

Jordan Lennerton was a member of Team Canada that won gold at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto where he was the starting first baseman. He also suited up for Canada later in 2015 at the WBSC Premier 12 and previously played in the qualification tournament for the 2013 World Baseball Classic.  Selected in the 33rd round of the 2008 MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers, Lennerton spent three season with their Triple-A affiliate in Toledo before playing for the Québec Capitales of the Can Am League for two seasons before retiring in 2017. Lennerton played in the 1998 Little League World Series with the Canadian representatives from Langley, BC that lost to Japan in the semifinals. While attending Oregon State University, he played in the 2007 College World Series, hitting three home runs as the Beavers won the national championship.

A LITTLE MORE ABOUT JORDAN

Getting into the Sport: Started playing baseball at age 6… He and his brother used to watch his uncle’s fast pitch games and fell in love with it… Outside Interests: Studied psychology at Oregon State University… Head Coach of the University of the Fraser Valley Baseball program…