Bri Borgman Receives Daktronics Women's Soccer Laurels
Ferris State University sophomore forward Bri Borgman (Holland/West Ottawa) has been named to the 2009 Daktronics Division II Midwest Region Women's Soccer Second Team in an announcement made Tuesday (Nov. 17).
Borgman, a 2009 All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) First-Team selection, was one of four forwards to attain second-team recognition. A combined 26 student-athletes were chosen with 13 players apiece on both the first and second teams.
The team, which is sponsored by Daktronics, Inc., is voted on by the members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) with voting powered by ATHLETICSITE.COM. Daktronics is an acknowledged world leader in scoring, timing and programmable display systems for virtually every sport at every level of competition.
Borgman led Ferris State with 22 points on a team-high and program all-time ninth-place tying 10 goals and two assists as a starter in all 18 Bulldog matches this season. The 5-5 forward, who played a squad second-most 1,583 minutes this season, tallied at least a point in nine matches this fall, which included a three-goal output in a 6-1 conference victory at Ashland (9/18). She was selected as the GLIAC Women's Soccer Player of the Week earlier this season (9/20) following a combined eight points on four goals in two appearances for the week.
For her two-year career, Borgman has compiled 33 points with 15 goals and three assists in 37 contests. She has produced five career game-winning goals while notching a .449 shots on goal percentage and a .192 shot percentage in 2,927 minutes of action.
Borgman presently ranks tied for seventh place among Ferris State's all-time statistical leaders in career game-winning goals (five), eighth in goals (15), ninth in points (33), and 10th in minutes played (2,927).
Borgman was redshirted in her 2007 freshman season at NCAA Division I Wisconsin-Milwaukee before transferring to FSU prior to the 2008 campaign.
Ferris State concluded its 2009 season at 3-13-2 overall, which included a 3-10-1 GLIAC record under fourth-year head coach Neathan Gibson.