BPC Women’s Soccer Announces Coaching Change; Phillip Borde Named Interim Head Coach
Vice President of Athletics Chris Dooley has announced coaching changes for the Brewton-Parker College Women’s Soccer program. Phillip Borde has been tabbed as the Interim Head Coach of the Lady Barons after Head Coach Prince Borde resigned to pursue coaching opportunities elsewhere.
“We’re thankful for Prince’s time here at Brewton- Parker and we wish him nothing but the best continued
moving forward,” Dooley said. “We look forward to the direction that Phillip will take the women’s soccer program and we’re excited for what is ahead this upcoming season.”
Borde has served the program as the assistant coach since the 2018-19 season. In addition, he was added to the men’s soccer staff during the 2019 season. Since then, he has split duties between programs and has served as the head recruiter for the women’s soccer program.
Last season, Borde helped guide BPC to a 10-10 overall record with a 5-2 conference record. The Lady Barons advanced through postseason play closing out the 2021 campaign in the SSAC Semifinals.