Donnie Smith

Donnie Smith
Donnie Smith
Donnie Smith
New England Revolution
Real Name: Donnie Smith
HT: 5' 11" WT: 160
Age: 24 (12/07/1990)
Birthplace: Matthews, North Carolina
Hometown: Matthews, N.C.

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the second round (21st overall) of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft on January 17, 2013

2014: Made his only appearance of the MLS season on March 15, starting on the left side of midfield on the road against Philadelphia. He played 45 minutes in that game before coming off. He also made two appearances for New England in the U.S. Open Cup, playing the full 90 minutes in the Fourth Round and Fifth Round wins over Richmond and Rochester respectively. Smith also spent portions of the season on loan in the USL with the Rochester Rhinos.

2013: Started the Revs’ season opener on March 9, playing 53 minutes on the left side of midfield for his MLS debut. That was his only league appearance of the season, though he did start the Revs’ U.S. Open Cup Third Round win over Rochester on May 28, leaving that game after 52 minutes because of a left hamstring injury.

Smith appeared in six games with the USL’s Rochester Rhinos in 2014 while on loan from the Revs. He started three of those contests while also coming off the bench in the regular-season finale victory over Wilmington, a win that helped the Rhinos clinch a playoff berth, and the postseason quarterfinal defeat to LA Galaxy II.

Played four years at UNC-Charlotte, scoring 18 goals and adding 10 assists in 82 appearances, including 45 starts. A three-time all-conference performer (2010, 2011 and 2012), Smith was named the Atlantic 10 Midfielder of the Year as a senior in 2012 after  scoring four goals and adding four assists in a career-high 25 appearances while also garnering First Team All-Atlantic 10 honors. During his junior season, he had five goals and three assists while helping the 49ers reach the College Cup Final. He converted a penalty in the semifinal shootout win over Creighton and was named to the 2011 NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team after being named second-team All-Atlantic 10 in the regular season. He had a career-best six goals to go along with two assists as a sophomore in 2010 after tallying three goals and an assist in his freshman season.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
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