0 Maggie Donnellan
0 Maggie Donnellan
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
High School: Kings Mills
Position: GK

 

2013: First team National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Continental Tire Division III All-American, the only first team selection and the fourth overall in program history … NSCAA Women’s Scholar All-American (College Division) … NSCAA/Continental Tire Division III All-Great Lakes Region first team … NSCAA Women's Scholar All-East Region first team (College Division) ... Ohio Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year for the third consecutive season … first team All-OAC for third straight year … Academic All-OAC ... first team Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA) Division III All-Ohio … first team OCSA Division III Academic All-Ohio ... one of four team captains … led the OAC and ranked 13th in NCAA Division III with an .883 save percentage … helped team rank eighth in the nation in save percentage (.888) … led the league and ranked 29th in the nation with 151 total saves … second in the conference and 53rd nationally in goals against average (0.78) … third in the OAC in saves per match (5.81) … finished with a 19-5-2 record and eight solo shutouts in 2315:19 minutes played … started in five other team shutouts … helped team tie for the conference lead in shutout percentage (13 of 26 matches, 50 percent) … played and started in all 26 matches … allowed just 20 goals for the season … posted a career-high 18 saves, and then stopped three of five shots while converting one penalty kick to help Capital eliminate No. 1 Washington (Mo.) 3-2 on PKs on Nov. 24 and advance to the NCAA Division III Tournament national semifinals after a 1-1 tie in regulation … registered 10 saves to help the Crusaders defeat No. 14 Thomas More (Ky.) 2-1 on Nov. 23 to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals … didn’t allow a goal in her first four postseason matches, helping Capital win the OAC Tournament for the second time in three years and advance further than the program ever has in the NCAA Tournament … registered seven saves to shut out cross-town rival Otterbein 1-0 on Nov. 2 in the regular season finale to help the Crusaders clinch a share of the conference regular season title and the No. 1 seed in the OAC Tournament … recorded 10 saves each at Wittenberg on Sept. 18 and against Shenandoah (Va.) on Sept. 8

2012: Named Ohio Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year for second straight season … first team All-OAC … second team NSCAA Division III All-Great Lakes Region … first team OCSA Division III All-Ohio … started and played in 19 matches … posted a 9-8-2 record … recorded two shutouts and was a part of two others … had a goals against average of 0.98 … ranked third in the OAC in save percentage (.802) … made 73 saves

 

2011: Recipient of Ohio Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year … named first team All-OAC … started 21 of 22 matches … ranked ninth in the nation in goalkeeper minutes played (1993:32) … record was 13-7-2 … posted eight shutouts, which tied for first in the conference …. 1.08 goals against average … 111 saves … .822 save percentage

2010: Named honorable mention All-Ohio Athletic Conference … played in 15 games, including 14 as a goalkeeper … finished third in the OAC with 87 saves and second in the league with a .888 save percentage … her four shutouts ranked fourth in the OAC … posted an 8-3-2 record

Personal: Parents are Mary Jane & Peter Donnellan … majoring in education with a minor in mathematics … was a member of the Capital women’s basketball team in 2011-12 … played for coach Stacy Shull at Kings Mills High School, where she also competed in basketball … hopes to be a teacher