Marlon Burgess is the second former men's soccer player to be inducted into the USCS Hall of Fame this year. Burgess was a mainstay in the lineup for four years. He was named the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year in 1992 and earned All-America honors in 1993 and 1994. He earned four All-Conference and All-South selections and helped the Rifles advance to the NCAA Tournament three times. He led USCS to two regular season and three tournament championships. He ranks fourth on USCS' all-time points scored list with 133. He is fourth in goals scored (52) and sixth in assists (29). He also adorns USCS' single season records list, ranking sixth in points scored (42, 1991), seventh in assists (12, 1991), and tenth in goals scored (15, 1991 and 1993). Burgess was also a success in the classroom, earning GTE Acadmeic All-America honors in 1993. He was also a two-time member of the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Academic Honor Roll and the USCS Dean's List. Burgess currently lives in his native South Africa and is a professional soccer player for the Kaiser Chiefs.