From Ontario, Jordan played his college ball at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where we was a force at the midfield. Jordan was dominant throughout his career, becoming one of the leading scorers in RIT history. Jordan was selected by Hamilton from the MLL Player Pool on June 9, 2011. Head Coach Soudan on Jordan, “We believe that Jordan MacIntosh can be an impact player in MLL because of his tremendous athletic ability and his ability to play at both ends.”
2013: Last season Macintosh had another great season for the Rattlers scoring 20 goals and adding 2 assists. He also had 14 ground balls and had one game-winning goal.
2012: Played in 12 games with Rochester, scoring 23 goals, and tallying four assists. Also picked up 12 ground balls.
In his RIT career, Jordan recorded 79 goals and 49 assists for 128 points in just two seasons… picked up 130 ground balls… scored four career game-winning goals... ended his RIT career with a 27-game point-scoring streak.
MacIntosh was named a Second Team All-American for the 19-1 RIT Tigers... He repeated as an All-American after earning honorable mention status in 2010… A two-time All-Empire 8 First Team selection and 2010 Empire 8 Co-Player of the Year, MacIntosh led the Tigers in scoring this season with 75 points (43+32)… He was second on the team with 93 ground balls and won 103-of-200 faceoffs... The 75 points in 2011 is 10th all-time at RIT for points in a season... He finished his career at RIT 25th on the all-time scoring list with 128 points (78+49)… Prior to coming to Rochester, he played two seasons at Gordon College and scored 47 goals and added 25 assists for 72 points in 24 games… He earned All-Commonwealth Coast Conference Honorable Mention honors in 2009… MacIntosh was second on the team in scoring in 2008 and 2009. He was an instant contributor once he got to RIT.
Canadian Box Lacrosse: In the summer, he plays box lacrosse for the Ajax-Pickering Rock of Major Series Lacrosse… The first-round MSL draft selection has seven goals and four assists in four games with the Rock in 2011… He played his Junior “A” ball with the Burlington Chiefs and was a past Team MVP.