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Inducted as a truly great coach, Bordley is one of the most successful boys’ high school coaches ever, amassing a 655-123 record in 44 seasons at Landon and becoming one of just five coaches to surpass the 600-win milestone. He retired following the 2018 season with a career winning percentage of over 84 percent.
Bordley led Landon to 32 league championships during his tenure, including four undefeated seasons, and his teams were ranked number one in the Washington Metropolitan area 19 times. Bordley coached 47 high school All-Americans and produced 59 players named to the All-Metro first team. He also had 39 players who would go on to become collegiate All-Americans.
Bordley was selected as both The Washington Post’s and the USLCA’s coach of the year five times and was recognized as the National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) man of the year in 2017. He also won the USA Lacrosse Gerald J. Carroll Award in 2017. He was inducted previously into the USA Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Hall of Fame in 2004.