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Robert Donaldson
Robert Donaldson

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
1st Year at USU

Alma Mater:
Northwest Nazerene, 1981

03/20/2013

Utah State Women's Basketball Hosts South Dakota in the First Round of the WBI

The Aggies face the Coyotes for the second time this season.

03/14/2013

Second-Seeded Aggie Women Face Third-Seeded Idaho in WAC Tournament Semifinals Friday

USU has advanced to the semifinals three-straight seasons.

03/12/2013

Second-Seeded USU Women Set to Begin WAC Tournament Wednesday

The Aggies will take on the winner of the game between Denver and Texas State.

03/08/2013

Utah State Women's Basketball Closes Out the Regular Season at UTSA Saturday

The Aggies are tied for first with Seattle heading into the regular-season finale.

03/05/2013

USU Women Travel to Lone Star State to Face Texas State and UTSA

The Aggies take on the Bobcats on Thursday.

Robert Donaldson comes to Utah State from Coventry, England where he was owner of the Coventry Crusaders Basketball Club.

Despite the overseas experience, Donaldson has several ties to the western United States. He played his collegiate basketball at Northwest Nazerene in Nampa, Idaho. As a Crusader, Donaldson had a very prolific career, and his name is still in the NNU record books. During the 1980-81 season, he was the team's top scorer (12.6 ppg) and rebounder (7.0 rpg).

The multi-faceted Donaldson has spent several years overseas as both a player and in management of teams. He played internationally for over 25 years, earning a great connection to the overseas community.

The Coventry Crusaders were created in 1992, playing in the National League Division One. The Crusaders not only played basketball, but they also reached out to the communities of Coventry and Warwickshire with basketball camps. In 2007, the Crusader Foundation was established, as a Company Limited by Guarantee with charitable status. They reached out to multi-cultural communities, looking to be positive role models.

Donaldson and his wife Beth have six kids, five boys and one girl. His brother, James, played for the Dallas Mavericks from 1985-91.

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