Jordan Sweeney is in his second full season as the UM-Dearborn women's basketball head coach after a successful first season with the Wolverines.
Sweeney led the team to a record of 7-23 in 2016-17, picking up four wins in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference. The Wolverines picked up impressive wins over Concordia University and Cornerstone University, finishing with the most wins for the program since 2012-13. Jeorgia Jones was named ot the WHAC All-Freshman Team, while two members of the team were selected as NAIA Scholar Athletes. UM-Dearborn was named an NAIA Scholar Team and finished with the highest GPA in the Athletics Department for 2016-17.
Sweeney also serves as the Intramural Coordinator at UM-Dearborn, organizing the university's intramural athletic offerings. The native of Cedarville, Mich., was the first junior varsity coach for the Wolverine men's team in 2015-16, while serving as an assistant coach for the varsity men's program prior to taking over the women's squad.
Before joining UM-Dearborn, Sweeney was an assistant coach for the Ferris State University men's basketball program from 2013 to 2015.
Graduated from Central Michigan University in 2013 with a degree physical education.
Sweeney played college basketball at Alpena Community College, starting one year and being named a team captain. He played his high school basketball at Cedarville High School, where he was a member of the school's 2007 state championship team.
Jordan has been married to his wife Miranda for seven years.