NEWTOWN, Pa.- The Bucks County Community College Men's Soccer team returned to the practice field Wednesday to train for the 2017 season. Justin Burroughs looked on as morning practice wrapped around 12:00 pm. Last season the Centurions finished with an overall record of 13-6-1, a region record of 11-5-1 and a conference record of 10-2. The team would enter the Region XIX playoffs playing spoiler to Northampton's season upsetting them in round one. They would next travel to Rowan College at Gloucester County and fall in a heartbreaking overtime loss which came down to penalty kicks. Burroughs who enters his 13th season at Bucks surpassed former Centurion coach Howard Troxell with his 107th victory, now at second all-time with 118 wins he sits 29 games back from tying Earl Meyers the winningest soccer coach in school history with 147 wins.
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Posted: Aug 09, 2017