Victoria Jordan makes game-saving, game-ending catch

Victoria Jordan saves the day with a challenging game-ending catch

As a Toombs County Lady Bulldog, Victoria Jordan always had the ability to make an exciting play whether she was playing offense or defense. On Saturday she wrapped up her freshman season of playing softball for ABAC making a game-saving, game-ending catch. Here was the situation. ABAC was leading it’s season-ending game 5-4 with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning. The home team, East Georgia, had the tying runner on second when a dangerous, deep fly ball was hit down the left field line. Victoria ran it down and caught it, a step into fair territory, to end the game. Watch a slideshow

Victoria also ran down this deep drive in foul territory

The victory stopped an eight-game losing streak and allowed the Fillies to end the season with their 13th (13-23) victory of the season. Victoria had a base hit in the first game and walked in the second. Jordan started off the season going 0-for-18. However, she rebounded and went 15-for-50 (.300) over her next 18 games. Check out Victoria’s Toombsnow1 page

Jordan can also make the routine catch in left
No matter how hard she tries Vic can’t keep a homer in the park
Victoria hauls in this deep fly a step away from the fence
Jordan (number 15) can also have some fun with her teammates in the outfield
Victoria signed with ABAC on April 13, 2015
Even as a Lady Bulldog catcher Victoria could make an exciting catch