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Jordan Farr

#0 - JORDAN FARR

Position: GK
Height: 6’1”
Weight: 182 lbs.
DOB: 10/05/1994
Birthplace: Salem, Oregon
Acquired: 02/02/2018
Previous club: Corban University (NAIA)
Pronunciation: FAR

With Indy Eleven: After missing most of 2018 recovering from a shoulder injury, Farr experienced his first professional minutes with Indy Eleven in 2019 – beginning with a surprise early substitute appearance in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup action on May 15 that saw him shut down Lansing Ignite FC for the final 70 minutes of a 1-0 win. Farr would go on to make 12 appearances (10 starts) in USL Championship action, starting 10 games and posting an incredibly efficient and impressive five clean sheets, 80 percent save rate and 0.66 goals against average. Farr second stint in place of the injured Newton include the final three starts of the regular season and stints between the posts for all three USL Championship Playoff contests, during which he shut out New York Red Bulls II and Nashville SC and blanked Louisville City FC deep into stoppage time of the Eastern Conference Final, an eventual 3-1 defeat.

Before Indy Eleven: In addition to spending his collegiate career with Corban University, Farr earned minutes with Portland Timbers U-23 of USL League Two. Farr was a standout ‘keeper for the 2016 Corban University Warriors team that advanced to the NAIA National Tournament Round of 16 for the first time in program history. As of his graduation in 2018, Farr ranked second in all-time NAIA career shutouts (44) and career goals-against-average (0.74).

Personal: Is a supporter of English Premier League superclub Manchester United … A devoted watcher of “The Office” … Is Co-owner/Manager/DJ of Farr Better Entertainment, a DJ/emcee service based out of Portland, Ore.

Pronunciation: FAR

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