Jordyn Borsch Returns with State Records in her Sight


Last season, Maple Grove junior Jordyn Borsch had one of the best sprints seasons in Minnesota state history setting the #2 times in the 200m and 400m, and the #3 time in the 100m for junior class records. She ended that season with state titles in the 100m and 400m, and a third-place finish in the 200m for Class AAA. 

This season she returns and has history in her sights with all of her PRs in the 100m, 200m, and 400m being top-ten times all-time by a Minnesota girl:

Jordyn Borsch PRs and All-Time Ranks

EventTimeAll-Time MN Rank

With her senior season on the way, Borsch is already an all-time great for Minnesota girls sprinters, with three state records just fractions of a second away, she has a chance to become a state legend, set records, and can etch her name in stone among Minnesota track and field athletes. 

She is just 0.12 seconds behind T'Nia Riley for the 100m state record, 0.66 seconds behind for the 200m record, and 0.31 seconds for the 400m record. 

With those records so close, she has a chance at a historic season in 2023 and a chance to be only the second Minnesota girl to hold more than one state record alongside Maggie Ewen (shot put + discus).