At Florida --
(2002-03) 2003 Cleveland Golf Academic All-America Scholar...Tied for 56th at the 2003 NCAA Championships with a 310 (+22)...Shot a 221 (+5) to finish tied for 47th at the NCAA East Regional...Tied for 23rd with a 218 (+2) at the Atlanta Intercollegiate...Finished tied for 10th (217) +7 at the 2003 SEC Championships...Earned third Academic All-SEC Honor Roll selection...Finished 17th with a +2 (74) at the Auburn Multi-Match...Shot a +13 (229) to finish tied for 67th at Las Vegas Intercollegiate...One of three Gators to tie for 24th at the Puerto Rico Classic with a 222 (+6)...Shot a +14 (230) to finish 65th at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate...Tied for 12th at Gator Invitational at +9 (219)...One of only three Gators in the tournament to shoot an even or under par round with a 70 (E) in the second round...Named Gator Talk Student-Athlete of the Week for his performance at the Gary Koch Invitational...Set a new career-best finish with a third-place effort (-6) at the Gary Koch Invitational...Shot a college career-low round of 66 in the final round of the Koch...T45 with a +15 (231) at the NCAA Preview...Finished in the top 20 for the second straight tournament as he finished tied for 20th at the Carpet Capital Collegiate (-1, 215)...Shot under-par in a round for the first time in his collegiate career with a 69 in the first round of the Collegiate...Shot a 221 at the Inverness Invitational to tie for 12th...That finish marked the highest finish of his career...
(2001-02) Made the first postseason appearance of his career competing at both the NCAA East Regional and NCAA Championships...Placed T66 at the East Regional, carding 12-over 228...Named to the All-SEC Academic Honor Roll...Led the Gators in scoring for the first time at the Puerto Rico Classic where he tied for 14th after shooting 73-72-70-215 (-1)...He and younger sister Whitney were featured on the Sunshine Network's Gator Tales magazine show...
(2000-2001) Named to the 2001 SEC Academic Honor Roll...Played as an individual at the Atlanta Intercollegiate, finishing 28th with a three-day total of 227 (+11)...Opened the Las Vegas Intercollegiate with a round of 76 (+4) and finished with a total of 229 (+13) to tie for 56th place...Had rounds of 70-71-72 at the SunTrust Gator Invitational to finish with a score of 213 (+3) and tied for 36th...Carded rounds of 75-78-78 to finish in a tie for 55th place at 15-over-par 231 at the Carpet Capital Collegiate...Finished at six-over-par and a tie for 39th at the first tournament of the season, the Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions, with rounds of 75-73-74-222...
(1999-2000) Competed as an individual at the SunTrust Gator Invitational...Shot rounds of 75-74-73 for a 12-over-par 222 total and a tie for 57th place...Was 24-over-par at the Jerry Pate Invitational...Fired rounds of 75-74-72 to finish at 5-over-par 221 in his first collegiate tournament, the Carpet Capital Collegiate.
Amateur Competition -- Qualified and competed in the 2002 U.S. Amateur Championship...Finished 16th at the 2002 Rice Planters Amateur...Was the first alternate at the 2000 U.S. Amateur Sectional qualifier at Orlando County National with his score of 142...Competed at the 2000 Rice Planters and finished 28th...Qualified for the 1998 U.S. Junior Amateur at Conway Farms and advanced to the first round of match play...Was nationally-ranked by Golfweek/Titleist in 1998 and 1999, reaching as high as No. 16 in the junior world rankings...Was ranked the No. 1 junior in Florida in 1998 by the Florida Junior Golf Association...Placed third at the 1999 AJGA Ashworth at Windsor Parke...Finished fifth at the 1998 AJGA Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Junior Classic and sixth at the 1998 AJGA DirecTV Turnberry Isle Junior Classic...Also had top 10 finishes at the 1999 AJGA Ashworth Bluegrass Junior and the AJGA Taylor Made Woodlands...Won the Sam Parks Memorial Junior Invitational and was runner-up at the Nolan Henke/Patty Berg...Won three Florida Junior Golf Association events...Lowest competitive round is a 64, fired during the second round of the 1998 Doral Publix Junior Tournament.
Prep -- Competed three years for Chamberlain High School, although he was being home schooled...Earned first-team all-county, all-district and all-conference all three years...Was district champion in 1998 and runner-up in 1997 and 1999...Finished in the top 10 at the state championship his junior season...Helped team win two district championships.
Personal -- Born Jordan Patrick Code on Sept. 14, 1980 in Tampa, Fla....Lists Sportscenter as his favorite TV show...parents are Brian and Karen Code...sister Whitney is a member of the women's golf team...majoring in Accounting.