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Pitt-Greensburg’s Burgunder garners all-region soccer honors

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Bri Burgunder, a senior in the 2018 season, finished in the top-10 in eight statistical categories in the Pitt-Greensburg women’s soccer record book

Bri Burgunder finished in the top-10 in eight statistical categories in the Pitt-Greensburg women’s soccer record book.

She also capped her senior season with another all-regional honor.

A midfielder from Moon, Burgunder was named to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III All-Great Lakes Region Team for the third straight year.

Burgunder led UPG with nine goals (four game-winners) and five assists for 23 points. She also made the All-AMCC First Team.

A productive college career leaves her first in the program in game-winning goals (11), second in goals (43) and points (105) and third in assists (19).

Bill Beckner is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill at [email protected] or via Twitter @BillBeckner.

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