Lucious Jordan began his first season as an assistant at Siena on May 1, 2013.
Jordan came to Siena after a one-year stint on the James Madison staff as director of operations. He helped the Dukes to their first CAA title and NCAA bid in 19 years, and the program's first NCAA win in 30 years.
Jordan is well known in the Capital Region basketball circuits, having graduated from UAlbany after transferring from Loyola in 2006.
During his collegiate time at UAlbany and Loyola, Jordan amassed 1,420 total points. As a senior in 2006, he helped lead the Great Danes to their first NCAA Tournament appearance, a hard-fought 72-59 loss to Connecticut in Philadelphia. Jordan shot 46% (30-for-65) from three-point range and 43% from the field in his final year with the program. As a junior, he scored 413 points, including 48 three-pointers, 138 rebounds, 65 assists and 40 steals. He was named Second Team All-Conference in 2005, and served as team captain as a junior and senior.
Jordan averaged 13.1 points per game as a freshman at Loyola en route to earning All-Rookie honors in the MAAC. He tallied 13.2 points per game to go with 53 assists, 101 rebounds and 41% shot from the floor as a sophomore.
Jordan's post-graduate coaching stints included: head coach of the Albany City Rocks AAU 16U team and the Green Tech Charter High School freshman squad, trainer and skill development coach for Rise Up Basketball in Albany and camp coach at the Nike Youth Pre-Draft Camp.
Those experiences followed a professional career that included stops with the Emmen Eagles of the Netherlands as well as the Albany Patroons in the Continental Basketball Association.
Jordan achieved his bachelor's degree in communications and sociology from the University at Albany in 2006 and a minor in African American studies.