After a highly successful season as a member of the Amber-Pocasset High School girls basketball team, senior guard Jordan Garner will now have an opportunity to add to her achievements at the next level of competition, signing on to play basketball at Northern Oklahoma College in Enid.
Garner, the daughter of Damon and Jennifer Garner, was the starting point guard for the Lady Panthers this past season, helping lead the team to a 29-2 record and a trip to the class 2A state tournament.
Amber-Pocasset won 28 games in a row last season in the regular season and early part of the playoffs, including tournament championships at the Velma-Alma Comet Classic, the Hinton Invitational, and the Grady County Tournament, which the Lady Panthers won for the seventh year in a row.
Garner earned several individual honors after the season, including being named the MVP of the Grady County Conference, and she was selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State team as well as the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State team.
The Enid campus of Northern Oklahoma College was established in 1999, at the former site of Phillips University.
The NOC-Enid Jets athletics program began in 2001, and has since won 18 championships and produced 21 NJCAA All-Americans in it's four sports: women's volleyball, men's and women's basketball, and baseball.
The Lady Jets women's basketball team won the NJCAA Region II championship in 2010 and 2011.