Kamloops, BC (St. Ann’s Academy)
3rd year (Early Childhood Education)
23 years old
Parent’s names: Kimberley Donaldson & Jeff Hall
Justin’s second year with the WolfPack saw him continue to be a ‘dominant’ offensive force. He was third in the Canada West in number of shots (48) and scored five goals and added one assist in the 14 games he dressed and started. In 2016-17, Justin was fourth in Canada West scoring with eight goals and two assists and twice was named a Canada West all-star of the week. Justin is only the second male to be enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program in TRU’s history. He was a member of Team Canada (Martial Arts) growing up. He also was a competitive clay shooter. One of Justin’s greatest sports moments came in high school when he was able to play alongside his brother Zach (former PACWEST player). Justin’s pregame routine is taping his left then his right ankle, left wrist, and then right wrist (he has his brother’s name and number on one wrist). He puts his uniform on right before the opening kickoff. Justin enjoys country and r&b music with Brooks and Dunn along with Usher being his favorite singers. His dream job would be to run his own daycare and be a human resources person. The Journey classic “Don’t Stop Believin’” would be his song at karaoke. If Justin could dine with a famous person it would be Cristiano Ronaldo -his favorite soccer player and idol. Justin’s greatest personal moment as a member of the WolfPack would be either winning bronze at Canada West and Nationals last year or scoring against his former team (UVIC) the past two seasons along with scoring the tying goal against Trinity Western in the 95th minute in 2017.