Ty Jordan
Ty  Jordan


Eagle River, Alaska

High School:
Chugiak HS

Middle Distance


Broncos Amass 12 Titles on Day Two

Allie Ostrander led the way for the Blue and Orange on Saturday at the Border Clash with a record-breaking performance in the 5,000m


Broncos Set to Host Border Clash

Boise State will welcome teams from Idaho and Oregon in this year's edition of the Border Clash


Henderson Earns 800m School Record

Redshirt sophomore Sadi Henderson was brilliant in the 800m yet again, running a 2:04.39 to break the outdoor 800m school record and record the fifth-fastest time in Mountain West history


Sun Angel Classic Next Up for T&F

The field events along with the sprinters and middle distance runners will headline the weekend at the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Ariz., from April 7-8


Ostrander Wins in Return to Track

Competing in the first 3,000m steeplechase of her collegiate career, Allie Ostrander (9:55.61) not only won the race, but also became the second-fastest woman in the event in school history


Boise State - Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships (Feb. 23-25)

Boise State - Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships (Feb. 23-25)


Boise State Challenge (Feb. 11)

Boise State Challenge (Feb. 11)


Bronco Invitational - Jan. 21

Bronco Invitational - Jan. 21


Ed Jacoby Invitational | 1-14-17

Ed Jacoby Invitational | 1-14-17

2017-18: CROSS COUNTRY- Finished in the top 25 at both meets he competed in . . . Was fourth at the Charles Bowles Invitational in his Boise State cross country debut, running 25:06.2 (Sept. 30) . . . Was 25th at the Inland Empire Challenge (Oct. 14) . . . INDOOR- Had a successful sophomore season for the Blue and Orange, competing in six meets and setting personal bests in the 800m, mile and 3,000m . . . Competed in the mile, 3,000m and distance medley relay at the Mountain West Championships. Opened the weekend by running the 800m leg of Boise State’s DMR. Set a personal best of 8:44.12 in the 3,000m while also running in the trials of the mile (Feb. 22-24) . . .Won the second section of the mile in a personal best 4:08.84, continuing a streak of meets with setting a new personal best at the UW Invitational (Jan. 26-27) . . . Opened the season with a new personal best of 4:15.71 in the mile to win the Jacksons Open (Dec. 9) . . . Eclipsed that personal best with a 4:10.34 to finish third in the mile at the Ed Jacoby Invitational (Jan. 12-13) . . . took fifth in the 800m in a personal best 1:55.85 at the Bronco Invitational (Jan. 20)

2016-17: CROSS COUNTRY – Did not compete…INDOOR – Logged race time in six different meets in the indoor season…started his career at the Jacksons Open and took third in the mile (4:27.10)…competed in the 1,000m at the Ed Jacoby Invitational and took third thanks to a 2:38.86, and also helped the DMR team clock a 10:17.85…third in the mile at the Bronco Invitational courtesy of a career-best 4:22.16…posted another career-best time, recording a 1:59.10 in the 800m to take 12th at the Jacksons/NB Boise Indoor Invite…second in the mile (4:22.97) at the Boise State Challenge…17th at the league championships in the mile (4:22.97)…OUTDOOR – Competed in three meets…was eighth in the 1,500m (4:05.91) at the Border Clash and 12th in the 800m (2:01.28)…ran his 800m PR of 2:00.03 at the Sun Angel Classic…clocked his 1,500m PR in the season-opening meet – San Francisco State Distance Carnival (3:58.45).

Ty Jordan capped off an undefeated senior cross country season at Chugiak High School by winning the 2015 Alaska Cross Country State Championship. He moved on to the track and field season and won the 1,600m state title thanks to a 4:15.78, good for the second-fastest 1,600m time of his career. He was also unbeaten in the 1,600m his senior season, accumulating eight victories. Jordan set five school records over the course of his prep career, most notably in the 1,600m (4:15) and 1,500m (3:59).

Cross Country
8k- 24:22.2

800m - 1:54.11
Mile - 4:08.84
3,000m- 8:44.12

800m - 2:00.03
1,500m - 3:58.45

1,600m - 4:15

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