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Millsaps College

Millsaps College Athletics
1701 N State St Jackson, MS 39210
Division 3 Mississippi Southeast
Private Very Small Developing team

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Courtney Murdoch

Courtney Murdoch was hired as the women’s soccer head coach in February of 2020. Murdoch comes to Millsaps from Texas Southern University, an NCAA Division I institution, where she has worked as an assistant coach since March 2019. Murdoch assisted with the defensive unit, set plays and scouting to help TSU earn a conference playoff spot in the 2019 season.


During the 2017-18 season Murdoch also worked as assistant coach at another Division I institution, the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, where she trained the goalkeepers. That season the starting goalkeeper earned Second Team All-America East Honors, and posted the highest save percentage in the conference, while twice earning Save of the Week.


Beyond collegiate coaching, Murdoch has experience playing, coaching, and managing in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL), the largest semi-professional women’s soccer league in the world. She worked with the Houston Aces during the 2012-2013 seasons, played for the Fort Worth Panthers in 2014, and has been both a player and a coach with the Texas Titans since 2015. The Titans compete in the formidable Red River conference, and have seen six players go on to play professionally overseas. They also develop young, local talent to compete at the university level.


Murdoch also spent four years coaching high school soccer, three of those years as the head coach at Morton Ranch High School, where she had seven players offered scholarships to play college soccer.


Her pervasive coaching career has also included coaching for various youth clubs throughout her career, including the Boston Breakers, and TUFC in Houston, Texas; as well as college club at both LSC-Cy-Fair, and the University of Houston winning multiple championship titles.


Murdoch holds F, E ,and National D licensures from US Youth Soccer Coaching Education, and Goalkeeping Diplomas 1&2 from the USC (NSCAA).


Murdoch is a graduate of Lone Star College Cy-Fair (2011) where she earned an associate of arts degree. She then graduated with a bachelor of science in business administration from the University of Houston in 2013, where she was one of just 40 students selected to the exclusive Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship, the #1 Entrepreneurship program in the US.


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Rebecca Borg

Rebecca Borg joined the Millsaps coaching staff prior to the 2019 season.


Before arriving in Jackson she worked as the junior varsity head coach at Harrisonburg High School in Harrisonburg, Virginia. During her time there she created and implemented daily practice plans, handled field set up for all practices and games, and served as the goalkeepers coach. During the 2019 season the team finished with a 13-2 overall record.


Prior to coaching at Harrisonburg, Borg was an assistant coach at Bard College in New York from 2016-2018. While at Bard she assisted the head coach with all of the aspects of running a collegiate program, created video scouting reports and helped formulate a database of club coaches for recruting purposes.


She was a standout, four-year starter as a goalkeeper at Eastern Mennonite University from 2012-2015, where she still holds school records for most saves in a single season (170) and ranks second all time in career saves with 439. Borg also was a member of the track & field team where she earned second team all-conference honors in the discuss and third-team all-conference honors in the javelin.


She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from Eastern Mennonite in 2015. Borg is currently pursuing a master's of public health from Liberty University.

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