Penn State has allowed just one goal in 380 minutes at Jeffrey Field in 2013
Nittany Lions are 3-0-0 all-time against the Colonials
Kyle MacDonald sends game to overtime with first career goal
2012 (Redshirt-Freshman): Appeared in seven games, totaling 125 minutes ... Made collegiate debut against Stetson ... Recorded first career assist in 3-0 victory over Adelphi ... Posted five shots ... 2012-13 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar ... 2012 Academic All-Big Ten.
2011 (Freshman): Redshirt season.
High School/Club/ODP: A four-year starter at Pennsbury ... Led the Falcons to 63 victories, two Suburban One League National titles (2008, 2009) and to the PIAA AAA State quarterfinals (2010) ... Finished career with 16 goals and 23 assists ... Set career highs in goals (8) and assists (12) as a senior ... Named ESPN Rise Top 40 Players in Pennsylvania, first ream All-Suburban One League National and Bucks County Courier Times All-Golden first team recognition in 2010 ... Also earned All-Suburban One National League honorable mention (2008) and second team (2009) honors ... Played club soccer with YMS Thunder under head coach Albert Prickett, helping team earn the No. 2 national ranking by GotSoccer.com ... Captured an EPYSA State Cup National Championship series title in 2010 after qualifying as a finalist in 2007 and 2009 ... Team placed second in the Region I Premiere League (2010) and was a finalist at Disney Soccer Showcase (2010) ... Won title at the 2011 Jefferson Cup Showcase.
Personal: Full name is Kyle Murphy McDonald ... Born on Oct. 9, 1992 in Trenton, N.J. ... Parents are Gregg and Kathleen MacDonald ... Has three older sisters, Erin, Gillian, who attended Penn State from 2002-06, and Mallory ... A member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars ... Majoring in architectural engineering.