Born Jordan Rhys Hall in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, on August 31, 1984.

(Ht.: 6’0; Wt.: 185 lbs.; Dominant hand: Left; Position: Midfield)

Canadian-born Hall attended the University of Delaware from 2004-2007. In 2006, Jordan was named CAA Player of the Year. The Blue Hens reached the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2007, with Hall playing alongside such stalwarts as Alex Smith and Curtis Dickson. Jordan scored 85 goals and assisted on 56 others in his four years at Delaware. He was the first overall pick of the 2007 NLL entry draft, being chosen by the New York Titans. He remained with the Titans when they moved to Orlando, and later played for the Rochester Knighthawks, Philadelphia Wings, Rochester (again), New England Black Wolves and the Georgia Swarm (with another season in Philly – 2019 – in between 4 years with the Swarm). Retiring from the Swarm after the 2022 season, Hall tallied 264 goals, 549 assists and 813 points in 210 games during his 16-year NLL career. Hall won an NLL Championship in 2012 with Rochester. Jordan also played field lacrosse in the MLL, initially with Chicago in 2007. He joined the Rochester Rattlers in 2008, winning the MLL Championship, a feat repeated the following year when the franchise moved to Toronto (Nationals). Hall remained with the Nationals when they relocated again to Hamilton in 2011. He played his last game for the Nationals in 2013. Jordan’s MLL stat line was: 66 games played, 65 goal, 47 assists, and 112 points. Hall also played box lacrosse during summers in Canada, playing for teams like the New Westminster Salmonbellies of the WLA. Jordan was part of the Canadian National Team that stunned in the United States 8-5 in the gold medal game of the 2014 Men’s World Lacrosse Championships held in Denver, Colorado.

2010Upper DeckMajor League LacrosseBase77 
2015Zweigle’sRochester KnighthawksNNOPostcard-size (5″ X 7″) individual player schedule card.
2016Zweigle’sRochester Knighthawks 44 
2016-17Harrah’s Cherokee Casino ResortGeorgia Swarm 20Blank-backed