Darcy Donaldson became the Head Golf Coach at Georgia Southwestern in September 2012. Donaldson came to GSW after four seasons as the assistant men’s and women’s golf coach at NCAA Division II Concord University in Athens, W. Va. While at Concord he was instrumental in building the men’s golf program into a regional power as both a player and coach.
In four seasons at Concord, Donaldson helped the men’s golf program to 4 straight NCAA Division II National Championship Tournament appearances and a NCAA Division II East/Atlantic Region Championship. He coached 4 WVIAC Conference Individual Champions, 10 1st Team All-Conference selections, 4 Academic All-American’s and 1 All-American. He also helped coach the women’s program to 7 1st Team All-Conference selections and 2 individual selections to the NCAA Division II Regional Championship.
"I am extremely excited for the opportunity to be the head men's golf coach at Georgia Southwestern," said Donaldson. "I'm looking forward to maintaining and building on the strong tradition of Hurricane men's golf."
Originally from Marathon, Ontario Canada, Donaldson was one of the most decorated players in Concord's history. During his playing career with the Mountain Lions, Donaldson helped Concord win back-to-back WVIAC championships in 2004 & 2005, NCAA Division II National Championship appearance in 2006 and was named an All-American in 2006.
Individually, Donaldson was named the WVIAC freshmen of the year in 2004, the player of the year in 2006 and was a three-time WVIAC 1st Team All-Conference selection. Donaldson picked up 9 tournament wins as a player including 5 his junior year.
Donaldson earned a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Physical Education-Health Promotions-Geography).