2002 Men's Soccer
Head coach Randy KeelerBluffton's all-time leader in men's soccer coaching victories, Randy Keeler is now in his tenth season at the helm of the BC men's soccer program. In 1999 he eclipsed former head coach Jim Amstutz as BC's all-time wins leader and his victory total has now grown to 43.
Keeler is a 1980 graduate of Bluffton College and was a four-year soccer letter winner for the Beavers. A native of Souderton, Pa., he also serves at Bluffton as the campus pastor. Keeler earned his master of divinity degree from Eastern Mennonite Seminary and spent two years in Fresno, Calif. as coordinator of an inner-city boys' club. He has also served in ministries with the Franconia Mennonite Conference, the Eastern District Conference and served on the Commission of Education, General Conference Mennonite Church.
Keeler's 9-8 1993 team tied the BC record for wins and finished second in the Association for Mideast Colleges.
Assistant coach Ben Simcox
Simcox, a native of Pipersville, Pa. (Central Bucks East H.S.), was a two-year captain for the Bluffton and led the squad in scoring as a senior. He graduated with a degree in food and nutrition.
After spending one year in Mennonite Voluntary Service in Colorado, Simcox returned to Bluffton in 2001 and is currently enrolled at the University of Toledo, where he is pursuing a master's degree in health education.
Simcox is also the head coach of the BC women's soccer team.