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Burke Slusher

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Name  Burke Slusher
Years  Team
Role  Soccer player

1995-1999  80/81 KC Pace
1996-2007  87/88 KC Pace
Position  Goalkeeper

Date of birth  (1970-09-22) September 22, 1970 (age 45)
Place of birth  Kansas City, Kansas, United States

Playing position  goalkeeper, coach
Education  Missouri State University

Burke Slusher (born September 22, 1970 in Kansas City, Kansas) is an American soccer coach. Burke Slusher is the current associate head coach and goalkeeping director of the Kansas City Brass in Premier Development League of the United Soccer Leagues. Also coached the historical two-time Missouri State Cup champion KC Pace boys club soccer team.



  • Champions-Kansas Soccer Association-State Cup U23-Kansas City U23 (2010)
  • Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup qualifiers-Kansas City Brass-PDL (2007)
  • Champions-Missouri Youth Soccer Association State Cup-U18 Kansas City Pace (2006)
  • Champions-Missouri Youth Soccer Association State Cup-U17 Kansas City Pace (2005)
  • Soccer Administrator and Leader

  • Burke Slusher was a guest goalkeeper coach for the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Youth Training Program in 2003 and 2004.
  • Burke Slusher is a MLS match player rater for
  • Burke Slusher coached Team White at the 2010 Pro Pace Soccer Combine.
  • Notable Players Coached

    Players who earned All America honors, drafted by a professional team or signed professional contract:

  • Todd Dohlman (Kansas City Brass)-Selected in the third round (21st overall) of the 2006 MISL College Draft by the Milwaukee Wave.
  • Andy Fitzpatrick (KC Pace & Kansas City Brass) Brine-NAIA All America Honorable Mention goalkeeper at Oklahoma City University in 2008.
  • Alex Horwath (Kansas City Brass)-Signed professional contract with Major League Soccer as a pool goalkeeper in 2010. Based with the Kansas City Wizards.
  • Michael Patton (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention goalkeeper at William Jewell College in 2003 and 2004.
  • Josh Schreck (Kansas City Brass)-Signed with Kansas City Comets of the MISL during 2003 regular season.
  • References

    Burke Slusher Wikipedia