Jordan Anderson decided to join quidditch after her friend, Matt Cardarelli joined their freshman year. He really enjoyed his experience and thought that the beater position was a perfect fit for Jordan's personality. Additionally, Jordan really missed sports as she had played basketball, volleyball and soccer in high school. Besides these reasons, Jordan's RA, Tufflepuff alumni David Meyers showed Jordan a million videos of Quidditch, and she thought it looked like fun. Jordan's favorite thing about playing quidditch is that she gets to peg people with dodgeballs. Her favorite memory playing is her beat against Emerson Quidditch's star keeper, David Fox. It was in her first tournament, and she managed to peg him. Tufts won that game, and it gave Jordan a taste of things to come.
Jordan is also involved in numerous activities outside of quidditch. Most notably, Jordan is a key activist in the Challah For Hunger group at Tufts. Not only does this group raise money for a great cause, but it also appeals to Jordan's love of baking. Lucky for her team, this means that they sometimes get the leftovers of Jordan's many baking experiments. One of her goals in life is to be the most domestically knowledgeable feminist ever. She sews, bakes, embroiders, paints, and does far too many arts and crafts. Jordan's favorite sport is basketball (sorry quidditch), she feels most at home on the water, and she wants to become a pediatrician in order to reform development plans for developing countries in the hopes that they will become more focused on health.
In terms of World Cup 7, Jordan is looking forward to seeing how other teams from other parts of the country play quidditch. And, of course, the Tufflecuddles.
Tufts University Tufflepuffs, catching snitches and wrecking pitches since 2009.