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Men's Soccer Plays Impact in Friendly

February 03, 2017
By  USF

TAMPA, FEB. 3, 2017 – The University of South Florida men’s soccer team will play in a closed spring season game against the Montreal Impact Friday. It will be the fist time head coach Bob Butehorn will man the sideline for the Bulls.

The Montreal Impact, a Major League Soccer program out of Quebec, Canada, opened its preseason camp Jan. 24, and have spent the last two weeks training in Orlando. Friday is their last day before returning to Montreal and the Impact will play in a friendly with the Bulls in Orlando.

On Dec. 18 Bob Butehorn was appointed the head coach the USF men’s soccer program. A member of the University of Tampa’s 1981 national championship team and a three-time conference coach of the year, Butehorn previously led Florida Gulf Coast University’s men’s soccer program to six conference regular season championships, four NCAA Tournament appearances and Top 25 rankings in five seasons since 2010.

The Bulls concluded the season as The American regular season champions and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulls finished the season with a 10-6-4 overall record and a 6-1-0 mark in the American Athletic Conference.

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