As a Junior (2017):
Saw action in 14 games and made four starts for the Red Storm… hit .118 with a .318 on-base percentage… picked up a hit in his first collegiate at-bat against JMU (Feb. 18)… started at DH and went 1-for-3 against Western Carolina (March 5)… walked twice and drove in his first collegiate run in the second game of a doubleheader against Maine (March 25)… drew a walk against FDU (April 22)… walked against Georgetown (May 6)… started the opening game of the BIG EAST Tournament against Xavier (May 25).
At Irvine Valley College:
A First Team All-Orange Empire Conference selection in 2016… hit a team-best .367 with 51 hits, 10 doubles and 26 RBI… had 15 multi-hit games, including eight contests with three or more hits… played in the Northwoods League for the Thunder Bay Border Cats in the summer of 2016, a team managed by former St. John’s assistant Danny Benedetti… A winner of the Orange Empire Conferenc’es Character Champion Award… Helped IVC to one of its best-ever seasons as a freshman in 2015, as the Lasers won their final six regular season games to clinch a spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
A two-year letterwinner for the Comanches… served as a team captain his senior year… helped Canyon secure a league title as a junior.
Jordan Ryan Gillerman… born in Anaheim, Calif.… son of Rachelle Gillerman… has an older brother, Justin… chose St. John’s for its baseball program and the great connections available through the school and the program… lists his favorite sports memories as winning a league title his junior year of high school and scoring seven runs in the eighth inning with his team down by six to clinch a playoff spot his freshman year at IVC… carried a GPA above 4.0 all four years of high school and was active in Relay for Life… lists his mother as the person he admires most and Brandon Crawford as his favorite athlete… aspires to either play or work in professional baseball.