Brewton-Parker College

Dept of Athletics Brewton-Parker College
201 David Eliza Fountain Circle Mount Vernon, GA 30445
NAIA Georgia Southeast
Private Very Small Developing team


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Prince Borde

Mount Vernon, GA—Athletic Director Daniel Prevett is excited to announce Prince Borde as the new women's soccer coach for Brewton-Parker College. Borde has a B.S. in Mathematics from Palm Beach Atlantic, where he played and started for 4 years, and a MBA from Indiana Wesleyan. Along with his college career, Prince also played Semi-Pro with the Palm Beach Pumas. His club soccer years were spent with Orlando United Soccer Club.

Most recently, Borde started the women's program at Trinity Baptist College in 2015. In his first year, they were 4-11-1 and improved his second year to 10-7-1, ranking as high as 2nd in the country in the NCCAA. This past season TBC's record was 9-5-1 and Coach Borde won South Region Coach of the Year. They ended the regular season ranked 1st in the country in the NCCAA.

Coach Prince Borde started his coaching career at Ocoee High school in Florida. He won Metro Coach of the Year in his 4th season. In his 3rd and 4th seasons, his team went to the state playoffs for the first time in school history. Coach Prince Borde was also the assistant coach for Warner University men's team during his last year at Ocoee. They went 12-6-1 and the following Spring he was hired to be the Louisiana College men's head coach (2011). He took over a team that was 0-17. His first year they won 4 games, second year 7 games, and in his 3rd year they won 10 games. He was named the ASC Coach of the Year in 2013. While Coach Borde was at Louisiana College, he was also the boys coach at Menard High school. His team there was undefeated in district. Every year he won District Coach of the Year and his team was always ranked in the top 10 in the state. He also coached the girls team in the 2014/2015 season.

His club experience:

Florida Rush – Florida State championship - Orlando 2007-2011-Girls teams u13,u16,u18

Crossroad Soccer Cub – Louisiana State Finalist-Boys u14,u15

Florida Elite Soccer Academy – Jacksonville- Girls u15, u16

Coach Prince Borde can't wait to get to BPC. "I'm excited to grow and mature spiritually. I look forward to working with the administration, coaches and staff and meeting the players. My goal is to improve the women's soccer program daily. I'm also looking forward to competing in the SSAC against some of the top teams in the country."

"I love the game of soccer," says Coach Borde. "We have the best job in the world. What other job do I get to coach the game I love and also impact the next generation in a positive way? In this way, I get to continue establishing God's kingdom. In whatever we do this season, we will glorify God."

Athletic Director Daniel Prevett knows he made a great hire. "The opportunity to bring in a coach like Prince who is a top recruiter and is very passionate about his sport is one we could not pass up. Coach Borde is a great fit to the culture here at BPC."

"I would like to thank Coach Prevett, Dr. Steve Echols and Coach Payne for their support and for this great opportunity," says Coach Borde. " I also will like to thank my wife Kassidy for her support. She has had to make a lot of sacrifices. Thank God because He is the one who opens and closes doors. Also, I will continue to thank Trinity Baptist College, Louisiana College, Warner and all the clubs and high schools I have coached at. On this journey through life, I have been impacted by a lot of family, friends, and mentors, so to everyone: thanks. I am very excited to be here and to impact the community."

Coach Prince Borde, his wife of 5 years Kassidy Borde, and their 21 month old daughter Autumn Shea Borde will soon be moving to Mount Vernon. They are also expecting a baby in May.

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Phillip Borde

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