Lynne Jordan was named the men’s and women’s bowling coach at Cumberland on January 29, 2015, after spending the last four seasons as the boys and girls bowling coach at Lebanon High School.
The Lebanon native served as an assistant coach for the LHS girls team for four years, with the Blue Devils claiming district and region runner-up titles and reaching the sectional round in 2010-11.
He took over as head coach for both the boys and girls teams in 2011-12. The boys team won district, region and sectional championships in 2012-13, reaching the last four teams at the TSSAA State Tournament. In 2013-14, four individuals reached the state tournament for the Blue Devils.
In 2014-15, the boys team posted a 19-3 record and the girls were 18-4, with both squads claiming district runner-up honors and advancing to the regional tournament. Five bowlers reached the TSSAA State Tournament and Dustin Brakefield was the runner-up individually.
During his four years as head coach, 12 of the Lebanon High bowlers were ranked in the Top 20 in the state, including the No. 1 freshman girl and No. 2 freshman boy. LHS compiled a 282-54 record during Jordan’s tenure as both an assistant and head coach for the Blue Devils.
Jordan currently teaches Drafting and Personal Finance at Lebanon High School. He is married to the former Annette Driver of Lebanon and the couple has two children – Chesaney, a senior at Cumberland and Ryan, a junior at Lebanon High.