Jordan Jarry
Jordan  Jarry

Nashua, N.H.

Assistant Athletic Director - Football/Director of Football Operations

Alma Mater:
Georgetown, 2004


Wake Forest Football - First 2015 Practice

The 2015 Wake Forest football team opened training camp with a morning session on August 6.

Jordan Jarry is in his second season as an Assistant Athletic Director for Football Operations after three seasons as Director of Football Operations at Wake Forest.

Jarry comes to Wake Forest after three season as Director of Operations for the football program at UMass. Not only did he oversee the daily operation of the program, he also was the staff liaison to the university, monitored the team's budget and coordinated numerous external relations projects such as coaches clinics, women's clinics and alumni reunions. Jarry also played a key role in UMass' transition to the FBS level.

Prior to his time at UMass, Jarry spent the 2010 season as the outside linebackers coach at the Colorado School of Mines where he also assisted in recruiting, video coordinating and strength and conditioning.

With the Ore Diggers, Jarry helped coach a defense that led CSM to the 2010 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship and a spot in the NCAA Division II Playoffs. The defensive unit led the RMAC in sacks (36) and ranked second in red-zone defense and interceptions.

Prior to CSM, the Nashua, N.H., native spent five years (2005-10) working in the Georgetown Athletics Department where he served as an account executive for ticket sales and corporate sponsorship. He assisted the department in producing over $8 million in revenue while also working with over 100 corporate clients including Sprint, AMTRAK, GEICO, Xerox and Coca-Cola.

Jarry was a four-year letterwinner at Georgetown as a tight end for the Hoyas from 2001-04. He was named to the 2003 and 2004 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and was a Dean's List student earning a degree in history in 2004. He also received his master's degree in sports industry management from Georgetown in 2009.

Jarry and his wife Leigh Ann, were married in July 2014. The couple resides in Winston-Salem.

Women's Football Camp