Posted On: 11/24/19 5:00 PM
A talented guard in the rising 2021 class, Kansas City Sumner’s Jordyn Rowe is coming off a strong sophomore year and followed with a big summer running with the Missouri Phenom and is poised for an even bigger junior season in 2019-20.
At 5’1, Rowe is a strong outside shooter, but is also a tough-as-nails defensive player.
“Since I was 4 years old, I’ve always been one of if not the smallest on the floor so I was taught to be an aggressive defender first, and offense came later,” Rowe says.
She teamed with Mya Allen to form a tough 1-2 punch and helped Sumner advance all the way to the sub-state finals. Rowe averaged 26 points per game after averaging 10 per game as a freshman.
“Last year was bitter sweet ... it was the last year playing with my good friend Allen,” Rowe said. “Everyone called us the splash sisters and everyone had high expectations for the team but unfortunately we didn’t get past the Sub-State finals.”
Rowe says competing with the Missouri Phenom under head coach Nick Bradford on the Nike circuit has helped her