|Previous College:||Univ. of Wuerburg|
As A Graduate Student (2011): Named to the NCAA Division II All-Tournament Team … named to the Northeast-10 All-Tournament Team … named to Fall NE-10 Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … started all 23 matches … scored six goals for 12 points … helped to anchor a defensive unit which ranked third nationally in team goals against average (0.51) … part of a defensive unit which orchestrated 13 shutouts … struck in a goal versus UMass-Lowell (9/13) … scored twice on two shots, including the game-winning goal at Bentley (10/25) … added two more goals on three shots, including the game-winner, versus Stonehill (11/1) in the first round of the NE-10 playoffs … scored a goal against Le Moyne (11/4) in the semifinals of the NE-10 playoffs … part of a defensive unit which pitched a 1-0 shutout victory over Southern New Hampshire (11/6) in the NE-10 championship … part of a defensive unit which pitched another 1-0 shutout victory over SNHU (11/19) in the Super Region I final … saw action versus Lynn (12/1) in the NCAA Final Four. 2011 Statistics
Before Franklin Pierce: Played soccer for the University of Wuerburg ... helped guide his team to a national university championship ... also played soccer for Manenschule H.S.
Personal: Son of Beltiha Donaldson and Ceal-Lloyd Donaldson ... has three sisters, Mia, Sarah and Davina ... pursuing his master's degree in sports management.