Jordan began shooting trap for his high school shooting team in 2008. He took quickly to the shotgun sports and has enjoyed tremendous success between SCTP, high school team events, ACUI, ATA, and USA Shooting in his home state of Wisconsin as well as on a regional and national stage in both team and individual events.
As a member of the Demons High School team, his resume includes:
His individual achievements include:
- 2017 ACUI Collegiate All-American Team Member
Jordan began shooting International Trap and Double Trap in 2011. That year, he won the gold medal in his age group at the USA Shooting Junior Olympics in Double Trap. He earned a spot on the USAS Junior Olympic team for Double Trap three times from 2011 to 2013.
As a member of the Hillsdale College Chargers Shotgun Team, Jordan has made an impact in each of his ACUI National Championship appearances. From 2013 to 2017, he has won numerous team medals, one High Combined American awards (trap and skeet), two High Combined Trap awards (trap and wobble), second and third place in American Trap, third place in American Skeet, second in the International Shootout Bunker event, 2 NRA All-American Teams, and four consecutive Division 3 Team High Overall awards. After three straight days of shoot-offs, Jordan ended up with the bronze medal in American Skeet (432 competitors) and the silver medal in American Trap (469 competitors). He was awarded the High Overall American Combined (Trap and Skeet, 200x200) and the High Overall Trap Combined (American Trap and International Trap, 198x200).
Jordan plans to graduate from Hillsdale with a double major in Economics and Mathematics. He enjoys helping younger athletes in both American and International disciplines and remains a coach and collegiate competitor on the Burlington High School Demons Shooting Team. He is also the owner of Fox River Shooting Sports, a retailer of shotgun supplies, safety equipment, and Kolar guns through Michigan Shooting Centers.
“Thanks to Kolar Arms for making the finest shotguns available and to Hillsdale College for giving my teammates and I the opportunity to continue our education at an incredible school while still being able to compete in the clay target sports,” Hintz commented after the event. “Training for next year begins now; or after we catch up in our classes,” he added with a smile.
Jordan shoots a Kolar MAX Low Profile .750 adjustable rib combo with both 30” and 32” over-under barrels featuring a custom stock that he utilizes to shoot in the numerous disciplines that he competes in.