2010: Jordan Roualdes was used in short and middle relief for the Huskers, posting a 4.38 ERA in a team-high 26 appearances • Had a team-high five holds and two saves, as he retired the first batter he faced in 16 of his 26 outings • Earned a save in the finale against Texas Tech, striking out Michael Reed with the bases loaded to preserve NU's 8-7 win on May 23 • Gave up his first run in eight appearances against Missouri on May 16, walking the only batter he faced in NU's 6-5 loss • Retired the only hitter he faced in NU's 2-0 loss to the Tigers on May 14 • Tossed a shutout inning of relief against Southeast Missouri State on May 9, getting a double play with the bases loaded to help NU thwart a Redhawk rally • Made two appearances at Baylor, including a perfect 1.1 innings of relief in the series finale on April 25 • Retired the only batter he faced against Creighton on April 20 • Faced one batter against Kansas, as the hitter reached on a dropped pop-up • Pitched in all three games at No. 20 Kansas State, retiring the only hitter he faced in the opener before struggling the last two days of the series • Was exceptional at Oklahoma State, not allowing a run in two appearances, spanning 5.1 innings of work, including a season-high 4.2 shutout innings in the finale on April 4 • Earned his first save against Northern Colorado on March 23, tossing two shutout innings with three strikeouts •Struck out the only hitter he faced in NU's 5-3 win over No. 2 Texas on March 20 • Allowed one run on five hits over two innings of work against South Dakota State on March 16 • Pitched twice against No. 14 UCLA, including 1.1 innings of shutout relief on March 5 • Fanned a pair over two shutout innings against Elon on Feb. 28 • Made two appearances at Fresno State, including two innings of one-run ball in the season opener on Feb. 19,
2009: Roualdes stepped into the rotation and became one of the Huskers' weekend starters in his first year at NU • Compiled a 4-4 mark with a 6.79 ERA in 12 games, including 11 starts • Finished second on the team in wins and fourth with 59.2 innings pitched, as he went five or more innings in eight of his 11 starts • Tied Mike Nesseth for the team lead with three quality starts, including allowing one run over a season-high eight innings at Texas Tech on March 14 • Made his only relief appearance against Cal State Bakersfield on May 9, allowing one run over two innings of relief • Recorded a no-decision against Missouri on May 1, allowing four runs on six hits over five innings • Had a no-decision against Kansas on April 24, allowing four runs on 11 hits over 3.2 innings in a game the Huskers won 11-4 • Pitched well at No. 23 Texas A&M on April 18, allowing three earned runs over 5.1 innings, as he left with NU trailing 2-1 • Suffered his first loss since March 1, allowing eight runs on 10 hits over four innings against Kansas State on April 3 • Picked up his second straight win over a nationally ranked opponent, scattering six hits over five innings of work at No. 11 Oklahoma on March 29 • Pitched well against No. 11 Oklahoma State on March 21, allowing four runs on seven hits over seven innings in a 12-4 Husker win • Turned in his best effort of the year at Texas Tech on March 14, tossing a career-high eight innings of one-run ball, fanning three and scattering five hits • Earned his first win at NU against Cal State Northridge on March 7, allowing four runs on six hits over six innings of work in an 11-5 win • Allowed three runs on five hits while fanning four over six-plus innings in a 3-2 loss to Missouri State on Feb. 28 • Turned in a solid effort in his Husker debut at Louisiana-Lafayette on Feb. 22, allowing three runs on five hits over 5.2 innings in NU's 5-5 tie • Spent the summer pitching for the Beatrice Bruins and Bob Steinkamp, going 2-2 with a 2.43 ERA in eight contests, as he fanned 28 over 33.1 innings of action.
Before Nebraska: Roualdes spent the 2008 season at South Mountain Community College pitching for Coach Todd Eastin • Compiled a 5-1 record with a 3.13 ERA in 15 appearances for the Cougars, fanning 64 and walking only 26 over 72 innings of work • Was a teammate of fellow Husker Adam Bailey at South Mountain CC • Began his college career at Mesa (Ariz.) CC, helping the team qualify for the 2006 Division II JUCO World Series • Was an all-state performer for coach Allen Rossi at Justin-Siena High School, going 11-0 with a 1.14 ERA, while also hitting .426 with two homers in 2004 • Threw two no-hitters in his career, as Justin-Siena HS won three state titles and went 97-9 in that span, including a perfect 27-0 in 2005 • Was a prep teammate of former Arizona State star Brett Wallace, a first-round pick of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2008 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
Personal: Born on Sept. 4, 1987, in Sonoma, Calif. • Parents are Stanley and Deborah Roualdes • Has two sisters (Pamela and Courtney) and two brothers (Joseph and Garrett) • Majors in communication studies.