Utah: Third-year competitor at the U.
2005: Raced to 11th in the slalom and 18th in the giant slalom at the NCAA National Championships ... skied to a 14th-place finish in the GS at the RMISA Regional Championships ... earned Academic All-American honors ... ranked 11th SL and 13th GS by the West Regional standings ... raced to fifth in the SL at the Alaska-Anchorage Invite ... placed seventh in the SL and ninth in the GS at the Denver Invite ... garnered 11th in the GS at the Utah Invite ... notched a 13th-place finish in the GS at the New Mexico Invite ... Dean's List recipient.
2004: Qualified for the NCAAs as a sophomore ... skied 18th in the SL and 26th in the GS at the NCAAs ... finished 16th in the GS and 32nd in the SL at the RMISA Regional Championships ... earned an all-conference ranking by the RMISA ... notched a fourth-place finish in the SL and 21st in the GS at the Utah Invite ... placed fifth in the SL and 16th in the GS at the Colorado Invite ... skied a sixth-place performance in the SL at the New Mexico Invite ... finished 18th in the GS at the Nevada Invite ... ranked fifth in the SL and 25th in the GS by the Western Regional standings.
Outside Utah: World Junior champion at the age of 14 at the Topolino ... ranked first in age group in the world at 15 years old ... competed on the U.S. Development Team ... graduated from the Winter Sports school where he was coached by Heman Goldner and Crawford Pierce ... participated with Sierra Nevada College (USLSA National Champions) prior to coming to Utah.
Personal: Son of Scott and Caroline McDonald ... major is history ... born Jan. 31, 1984.