Former NDSU Basketball Player, Jordan Aaberg Dies Unexpectedly

Former NDSU Basketball Player, Jordan Aaberg has sadly passed away. Jordan Aaberg was reported to have died tragically on September 8th 2020. Jordan Aaberg was a basketball coach. He coached Jordan 4th grade boys WF Mustangs travel team last year.

Jordan’s death was confirmed by his wife, Courtney Aaberg in a very lengthy post on her official Facebook account. Courtney described Jordan’s death as a shock to her.

Jordan Aaberg left behind his beautiful wife, Courtney, and young daughter, Delia.

Read Her Lengthy Post Below:-

The day God called you home.
I’m in shock and disbelief writing this and trying to process how our lives were flipped upside down in the blink of an eye. I don’t know how to move forward without my person for the last eleven years.

We grew up together, travelled, got married, built our home, and created the most beautiful little girl. I will do my best to stay strong for Delia and tell her each day how lucky we were to call you “ours”. We love you so much. I hope she grows to inherit your kind heart and love for others.

Your life was just getting started. I can’t fathom a world without you and never thought I would have to. The immeasurable sadness I feel solidifies just how much of a light you were to me, your family, and countless others. The world needs more Jordans.

In the coming days, arrangements will be made to celebrate Jordan’s life. I would love nothing more than to know some of your favourite memories, hear the impact he had on your life, and see pictures of Jordan. Thank you in advance, for the support and prayers as our family navigates this difficult time.

The NDSU Basketball has also reacted to the unexpected death of Jordan. Paying their heartfelt condolences to the family of Jordan in a series of tweets they wrote – Rest in Peace, J. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Aaberg family. We’ll miss our teammate and our brother, but always remember the man that he was.

Tributes Floods Social Media

Derek Satter – My prayers and condolences go out today to the family of Jordan Aaberg and the community of Rothsay. Getting to know him through shada shoot out and Rothsay community events was an absolute pleasure. Jordan was a great young man with a tremendous sense of community pride and love for the people he cared about. I’ll miss seeing his smiling face around. God speed #40.

Aaron Swandal – I can’t believe that this is even real. Jordan Aaberg was the best example of what we should all strive to be like. He was the nicest person and the world sure didn’t get enough of him. I’ll miss you buddy and can’t wait to see you again. Prayers to all of his family and friends.

Nate Zastrow wrote – I’m in complete shock, having trouble finding words say. No one will understand the brotherhood and bond at NDSU. Some of the best moments of our lives during those 4 years and kept our friendship today. Will never forget you travelling down to my wedding. Rest easy big fella.

Few Things You Need To Know About Jordan Aaberg

Jordan played in 22 games off the bench for the Bison, Averaged 2.5 points and 1.8 rebounds per contest. He Scored a season-high 12 points at South Dakota on Jan. 3.

He Graduated in 2009 from Rothsay High School, Four-year letterman and three-year starter.