Bordelon Named Westminster's Head Men's Soccer Coach
Athletic News - Soccer(M)
Fulton, Mo. - Andrew Bordelon has been named head men’s soccer coach at Westminster College and began his work in March. Bordelon comes from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri, where he served as the assistant men’s soccer coach.
During his time at Drury, Bordelon planned, organized and ran practice sessions, scouted and recruited student-athletes, and analyzed performance and instructed athletes in game strategies and techniques. Prior to his assistant coaching position, Bordelon served as the Graduate Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Drury. While serving as the Graduate Assistant, he arranged the team schedule and travel, scouted, recruited, and trained student-athletes, and created the spring and summer strength and conditioning programs.
Bordelon was a four year starter for the Drury soccer team from 2006-10. He was the fourth all-time assist leader, and was named Daktronics First Team All-Midwest Region and Daktronics All-America Honorable Mention. He helped lead his team to the school’s first Conference Championship, to the Sweet Sixteen Appearance in 2010, and to the school’s best season in history with a 21-2 record.
Bordelon earned his Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science at Drury in 2010. He furthered his education at Drury and received his Master’s degree in secondary education in 2012.