CAREER: Orane Gordon has played in 41 career games with 10 starts over his three-year career at Pitt.
2008:Played in 12 games, starting two as a junior...recorded two shots...played a season-high 72 minutes against Georgetown.
2007: Played in 15 matches in 2007 with six starts as a sophomore...finished season with one assist and registered nine shots...registered an assist vs. St. John's...recorded three shots against Wright State.
2006: Played in 14 games in 2006 including two starts (vs. Buffalo and Bowling Green)...finished the season with one goal and two points...picked up his first career goal in a 3-0 shutout vs. Marquette...totaled seven shots on season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Joined the Panthers after graduating from Holderness High School in Plymouth, N.H. where he led his team to a second place finish in the Lakes Region League in 2004-05...Holderness tied for second place in 2003...qualified for the New England playoffs in 2003-04...led his team in goals in 2005...received recognition as the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Prep Player of the Year in 2005...selected for the All-New England All-Star team as a senior...named captain and MVP of the Real Mona Football Club Under-13 squad and guided the team to a second place finish...led team to the championship in the Ken Mathew League and BIGGA League Under-17...played in the Under-20 level and finished in fourth place...also competed for Jamaica's Under-17 National Team in 2002.
PERSONAL: Born February 3, 1987...son of Michael and Delores Gordon...has two older sisters, Nikeisha and Raquel...majors in economics.
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