|Hometown:||Canton Center, CT|
|High School:||Choate Rosemary Hall|
|Major:||Chinese & Engineering|
|Parents:||Robert & Juliana Dalton|
Dalton played in 11 games during his senior year at both center back and forward, making a pair of starts during the campaign. He took two shots during the year (one of which was on goal), both during the Eagles' September 10th game against Methodist University. Dalton ends his Emory career with five goals and one assist for 11 points over the course of 48 games, including eight starts.
Dalton matched his career high with 16 games played during his junior season, and set a career best with four starts. He scored two goals during the season, one during the Eagles' 3-0 win over Averett University on September 19th, and the other during the team's 4-0 win over Maryville College on October 22nd. Dalton took eight shots during the year, six of which were on goal.
Dalton scored three goals and added an assist during the campaign for seven points, the fifth-best total on the team. The sophomore played in 16 games for the Eagles during the season, making two starts. Two of his three goals were game-winning scores, the second-best total on the team. Dalton's game winners came in back-to-back games, leading Emory to a 2-1 win over Eastern Mennonite University on September 13th, and to a 4-0 win over Greensboro College on September 19th. His third goal of the season came during Emory's 4-1 win over Piedmont College on September 23rd. Dalton also assisted on a goal during the Eagles' 3-0 triumph over Brandeis University. He took nine shots during the season, seven of which were on goal.
Dalton played in five games off the bench for the Eagles during his freshman campaign. He took one shot during the year.
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Prior to Emory:
Played for four seasons on the Coate Rosemary Hall soccer team... Named to the New England Prep School Soccer Association All-Star team... An all-state honoree as well... Coached by John Ford in high school... Also played for the Ajax Connecticut club team, where he was coached by Lezek Wrond... Ran track and field in high school.
Born June 3, 1990.
"I chose Emory because the students seemed to enjoy successfull social and academic lives simultaneously."