|Phone:||(641) 856-2143 x2226|
|Associates Degree:||Ellsworth Community College|
|Bachelor's Degree:||State University of New York at Buffalo|
The newest member of the Indian Hills baseball staff is assistant coach Jordan Camp, who came to IHCC for the 2016-17 year after three years at Ellsworth Community College. With the Panthers, Camp worked with the hitters and outfielders and facilitated the squad's strength and conditioning programs. He helped transform the Iowa Falls school into an offensive powerhouse with 86 homers over two seasons, including 52 in 2016, the fifth-most in NJCAA Division II.
Camp was coaching for the second straight season with the summer league Joplin Outlaws in Missouri when he took the Indian Hills job. He was the Outlaws' hitting coach for one season and their head coach in 2016. In that position he was tasked with recruiting 32 college-age players to compete in the summer league and acclimate them to professional baseball.
At Ellsworth, Camp was involved in recruiting for the baseball program and also served as the assistant housing director at ECC.
The Indian Hills assistant coach attended Ellsworth as an undergrad and earned his AA degree there. He then moved on to the State University of New York at Buffalo where he obtained a bachelor's degree in mathematics.
Camp is the residence hall supervisor on the IHCC Centerville campus in addition to his baseball duties.