Donnie Alberty
Donnie Alberty
Title: Assistant Coach
Email: dalberty@fontbonne.edu
Year: 1st

Donnie Alberty comes to Fontbonne University to start the 2017 season from St. Charles Community College, where he served for two seasons as the Head Coach of the Men's Soccer program and had an overall record of 15-21-1. Coach Alberty helped develop one first-team all-region player, four second-team all-region players, three first-team all-conference players and four second-team all-conference players. 

Alberty was a standout player at Ritenour High School from 1987-1991 as a four-year varsity player, earning all-conference honors in both his junior and senior seasons. From Ritenour, he went to East Central College, where he was a first-team all-conference and all-region player for both seasons. After East Central, Alberty went on to NAIA Missouri Baptist University where he was a first-team all-conference player and all-region player for both his junior and senior seasons.

Alberty finished his playing career with a total of 47 goals and 22 assists. Upon completion of his playing career, he immediately joined the coaching staff at Missouri Baptist University, serving from 1996-1998. In 1999, Alberty joined the Windsor High School coaching staff where he served as the boy's JV coach and the girls’ varsity head coach. In 2002, Alberty took advantage of a teaching opportunity to go to Logos High School. While at Logos, in addition to teaching social studies, Alberty also served as the head soccer coach and college advisor for all college-bound students. In 2012, he returned to Missouri Baptist University as the first assistant coach for the men's varsity team and the head coach of the reserve team.

Coach Alberty has also coached in numerous clubs in the St. Louis area including St. Louis Select, Club Athletic Premier, Elite F. C. and Metro Strikers and holds a USSF License with plans to earn higher certifications and badges.

Coach Alberty earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Missouri Baptist University in 1997 and has taken several classes towards a Master of Arts in counseling degree. He lives in St. Peters wife Tammy and children, Bryce and Abby.