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Joe  Donoho
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Joe Donoho

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Date of Birth 05/16/1985
Height 6'3
Weight 195
University Bradley University, Rutgers
Birthplace Tampa, FL
Previous Clubs Bradley University, Rutgers
 
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2010 Regular Season

Played in 13 games (at Carolina, at Austin: 5/19, at St. Louis, vs. Minnesota, vs. Puerto Rico: 5/29, at Vancouver, vs. Montreal, at Puerto Rico: 6/19, vs. Rochester, vs. Miami: 7/25, vs. Portland, at Austin 8/7 and at Puerto Rico: 8/11) with nine starts (at Carolina, at Austin: 5/19, at St. Louis, vs. Minnesota, vs. Montreal, vs. Rochester, vs. Miami: 7/25, vs. Portland and at Puerto Rico: 8/11)... Tied for fifth on the team in goals with two this season... Made professional debut on May 14th against Carolina RailHawks... Scored his first professional goal in the Carolina match... Added a goal against Austin Aztex on May 19th.

2010 Regular Season Stats

Min GP GS G A PTS S F CT SO
824 13
9
2
0
4 6
13
3 0

Biography

Joe Donoho, an American defender who is a native of Tampa, began his soccer career at Rutgers University where he played in 13 games and scoring two goals before transferring to Bradley University. Donoho then played in 46 games for Bradley University for two seasons finishing with 22 points on nine goals and four assists.
 
While at Bradley, he was named Second-Team All Missouri Valley Conference in 2006 and received all tournament honors at the 2007 Holiday Inn City Centre Classic. In 2007, Donoho was the MVC Player of the Year and an All-American selection (College Soccer News 2nd Team, NSCAA/adidas 3rd team, Top Drawer Soccer Honorable Mention).
 
He led the Braves to the second and third championships in the program’s run to three straight Valley regular-season titles in 2006 and 2007, as well as the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA tournament and the MVC Tournament Championship.

 
 
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Standings

NASL Conference PLD PTS
Carolina 29 44
Vancouver 29 44
Montreal 29 40
Miami 29 32
AC St Louis 29 29
Baltimore 29 24
USL Conference PLD PTS
Austin 28 53
Rochester 29 51
Portland 29 48
NSC Minnesota 30 40
Puerto Rico 29 36
FC Tampa Bay 29 29