Francois Dubourdeau enters his seventh season as an assistant coach with the Eagles.
Dubourdeau's main responsibility is working with the Eagle goalkeepers.
He helped guide Rumwald Le Guevel to first team all-SAC honors in 2012 and 2013 following Le Guevel's 10 shutouts - including a streak of 290 minutes without allowing a goal - between the two seasons.
Keeper Jordan Moore received second team All-South Atlantic Conference accolades in 2009. Moore was third in the conference in goals against average (1.22), fifth in save percentage (.765) and was among the league leaders in shutouts (two).
In 2008, Moore earned first team All-South Atlantic Conference
honors after leading the conference in goals against average (0.94)
and save percentage (.810).
Born in Angoulême, France, Dubourdeau began playing soccer professionally at the age of 18 and had stints as a goalkeeper for several French and Scottish football clubs, including FC Girondins de Bordeaux, Motherwell, Kilmarnock, Dundee and Forfar Athletic before landing in Mossy Creek to begin his coaching career with the Eagles.
He is a private pilot and seasoned skydiver.
Dubourdeau is currently working toward a Master's degree in business. He resides in Knoxville, Tenn.