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Bordelon steps down as Mustangs men’s soccer coach

Andrew Bordelon is stepping away from Stevenson after just one year as the men’s soccer team’s head coach.

After just one season as the head men’s soccer coach for the Stevenson Mustangs, Andrew Bordelon has accepted a position as an assistant coach on the men’s soccer staff at Division I Northern Illinois.

“It was a very difficult decision to step down at Stevenson University, a wonderful academic and athletic institution,” Bordelon said in a statement. “I am very appreciative of (Stevenson Director of Athletics) Brett Adams for giving me the opportunity to be here and help grow the Stevenson University men’s soccer program and very excited for the future of the program because I know it will be in great hands.”

Stevenson went just 3-13-3 last year but was much more competitive in games than they were in 2015. Bordelon came on late last year, just before the summer started and after the spring season ended.

He joined Stevenson after a stint as the head coach was Westminster (Mo.) College, where he took the program to three straight NCAA Tournaments as the three-time SLIAC conference champion. Before that, he was an assistant coach at his alma mater, Division II Drury. There he both coached and played under Ryan Swan, who was named the head coach at Northern Illinois in January.

“This is a great opportunity for Andrew, and while we are disappointed to see him depart Stevenson, we wish him the best of luck at Northern Illinois and as he furthers his collegiate coaching career,” Adams said. “Andrew and his staff have brought in a strong recruiting class for next fall and have built a strong foundation for the future of Mustang men’s soccer.”

The University announced in a release that they will announce the new head coach of the men’s program in the near future.

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