Former Harlan High School standout Jordan Brock (pictured) is off to a good start as a freshman for Tennessee Tech of the Ohio Valley Conference.
The 5-7 Brock, a two-time 13th Region MVP who has started six games this season, has seen action in all of Tech's 15 games, averaging 23.1 minutes and 10.5 points.
In her team's most recent outing which took place on Saturday, Jan. 6, Brock was one of Tech's four starters who scored in double figures, but their collective effort wasn't enough as the Golden Eagles (3-12) fell to Tennessee State 76-66 in Nashville.
“I thought we did some things better today,” said Tech head coach Kim Rosamond on Saturday. “We had four people in double-figures and we rebounded better today, but obviously we didn’t do enough things well. A disappointing loss, we’ve just got to keep working. This team needs a little bit of confidence."
Brock is the all-time leading scorer at Harlan High with 2,997 career points.
Tech's next game is Thursday, Jan. 11 when it hosts Austin Peay.
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