Charlie McDoniel started with NutriFormance Athletic Republic in September of 2007 after coaching at Loyola University in Maryland during the 2006 season. As an Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at the NCAA Division I institution, Charlie assisted with the coaching, planning, recruiting, fundraising, and operation of the soccer program. Prior to coaching at Loyola, Charlie worked at Velocity Sports Performance in Baltimore, Maryland as their Director of Athlete Recruitment.
Charlie is currently the General Manager at NutriFormance along with his duties at Nutriformance Athletic Republic. He has supervised, coached, and trained at several soccer camps and clinics the past twelve years in St. Louis, Baltimore, and New Jersey. Charlie graduated from Loyola University in Maryland in 2000 with a BA in Communications specializing in Public Relations. In 2009, he earned a Master of Science degree in Sports Management at the United States Sports Academy.
Charlie grew up playing with the Busch Soccer Club (now St. Louis Scott Gallagher) for twelve years helping his club to several state championships. Charlie played at CBC High School from 1992-1995 and was a player on the nationally ranked Varsity teams in 1994 and 1995 under Terry Michler. He participated in the Missouri North-South All-Star game after his senior campaign in 1995. Charlie accepted a soccer scholarship at Loyola University in Maryland. Charlie was a 1st Team All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) selection helping Loyola to MAAC regular season and tournament titles. He was also the recipient of the 1999 Loyola College Men’s Soccer Unsung Hero award. After Loyola, Charlie played professionally for the South Jersey Barons (now defunct) in the USL Division 2.
Charlie has a strong belief and passion for helping student-athletes reach their full potential. He feels any athlete can strive to the level of competition they want to participate in through hard work, persistence, dedication and determination.