Men's Basketball

Trey McDonald


Battle Creek, Mich.

High School:
Battle Creek Central

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 240


Trey  McDonald


2014-15 Buckeye Power Club Announced


No. 16 Men's Basketball Defeats James Madison, 73-56

Sam Thompson led the Buckeyes with 13 points and six rebounds in win over James Madison.


No. 3 Ohio State Takes Down Delaware, 76-64

LaQuinton Ross scored 19 points to lead the Buckeyes


No. 11 Buckeyes Bounce Bears 89-50

Five Buckeyes reach double figures in scoring for OSU


No. 11 OSU Runs Past Morgan State, 89-50

Shannon Scott scored a career-high 16 points and LaQuinton Ross, also starting for the first time as a junior, had 14 points and a personal-best 11 rebounds to lead No. 11 Ohio State past Morgan State 89-50 on Saturday.


Men's Basketball vs. Minnesota

Big Ten Tournament on March 12, 2015


Men's Basketball vs. Wisconsin

March 8, 2015


No. 23 Ohio State at Penn State

No. 23 Ohio State takes down Penn State, 77-67


Ohio State vs. Michigan State (USATSI)

Ohio State Falls to Michigan State, 59-56


Men's Basketball vs. Indiana

January 25, 2015

AS A JUNIOR (2014-15)

  • Appeared in all 35 games off the bench, tallying 11.7 minutes per game
  • Averaged 2.8 points and 2.6 rebounds per contest while recording 18 blocks

Notable Games in 2014-15

  • Pulled down a team- and career-high seven rebounds to go along with two points in 13 minutes vs. UMass-Lowell (11/14)
  • Scored four points and added four rebounds and a block against Marquette (11/18)
  • Grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds to go along with eight points and two blocks vs. Sacred Heart (11/23)
  • Scored eight points and tallied eight boards against James Madison (11/28)
  • Recorded four points, four rebounds and two blocks against Colgate (12/6)
  • Tied career-high nine points vs. North Carolina A&T (12/17)
  • Tallied four points and four boards vs. Michigan (1/13)
  • Recorded three points and three rebounds at Michigan State (2/14)
  • Tallied four points and three boards at Penn State (3/4)
  • Scored two points and grabbed eight boards against Michigan State (3/13)

AS A JUNIOR (2013-14)

  • Played in all 35 games, averaging 12.1 minutes of a game

Notable Games in 2013-14

  • Scored then-career-high six points vs. Morgan State (11/9) in 18 minutes of action, which also served as a then-career best
  • Played then-career high 21 minutes at Marquette (11/16)
  • Scored career high seven points vs. Bryant (12/11) ... 2-of-3 from the field
  • Recorded career-best four blocks vs. ULM (12/27)
  • Recorded career-high nine points on career best 4-of-6 shooting in career high 25 minutes at Penn State (2/27)
  • Tied career high in blocks with four against Nittany Lions (2/27)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13)

  • Appeared in 19 games, producing 25 total points
  • Saw first NCAA tournament action against Iona (3/22), scoring a career-high five points in eight minutes
  • Took the court in five of the final eight regular-season games and a total of eight Big Ten contests

Notable Games in 2012-13

  • Doubled season total to date with four points against Long Beach State (12/8), including 2-2 showing from the FT line
  • Earned first two career blocks against Savannah State (12/12)
  • Grabbed a career-high six boards at Wisconsin (2/17), including four on the offensive end

AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12)

  • Made 13 appearances, averaging 2.9 minutes with two points

Notable Games in 2011-12

  • Tallied first career rebounds vs. Jackson State (11/18), picking up two
  • Produced first career assist at Iowa (1/7)
  • Secured first career points with a bucket against Michigan (3/10) in the Big Ten semifinal


  • Averaged 9.8 points and 6.4 rebounds per game to lead his team in both categories during his junior year of basketball at Battle Creek Central High School in Michigan
  • Also chipped in 1.6 blocks per game under the direction of his high school coach, Greg Williams
  • As a senior, earned All-Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference and all-city honors, in addition to team MVP honors
  • Member of The Family AAU traveling team during the summer circuit
  • Also lettered three years in cross country and one season in track in high school
  • Was a four-year member of the honor roll at Central
  • Son of Lee and Jonna McDonald and has one sibling, brother Lee
  • Would like to continue his basketball career or work in computer science field after Ohio State
  • Son of Lee McDonald. Cousin, T.J. Buchanan, plays for Rhode Island


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