2013: As a sophomore, Burley saw time in every game of the season and had 17 starts at midfield. All three of his goals on the season came in November as he recorded the second goal in conference wins against Southwestern Assembles of God and Oklahoma City. His final goal was USAO’s tying goal in a 1-2 double overtime loss in the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round game at Missouri Valley. He was second on the team in assists with seven on the year, including two in a shutout over Friends University. He was named All-Conference Second Team. In the summer of 2014, he played in the National Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.
2012: Burley jumped right in as a freshman and found his way into the starting lineup. He started in 16 games and saw appearances in all of the Drovers’ 19 games. As a mid-fielder, he led the team in assists with eight on the season. His three goals came in just two games. He had two against conference-rival Oklahoma Baptist in a mid-October game and then scored the team’s second goal in a 2-0 shutout in the Drovers’ NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round game against Grand View (Iowa).
High School: Burley attended school in England and helped his team win the League Cup every year he was in high school.
Interesting Fact: Used to Irish Dance
Advice to Freshmen: Work hard