Geldenhuys started all 21 matches for Butler University as a junior in 2017, recording two goals and a pair of assists as the Bulldogs reached the third round of the 2017 College Cup. The 6-foot, 175-pound midfielder notched two helpers in Butler’s opening-round 2-0 win versus Lipscomb University on Nov. 16.
A native of South Africa, Geldenhuys was named to the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week for the period lasting Oct. 16-22. In total, Geldenhuys has tallied three goals and four assists in 55 appearances with the Bulldogs.
Prior to his collegiate career, Geldenhuys spent two years as a scholar with Notts County of Sky Bet League Two, the fourth tier of English soccer. Before signing for the Magpies, Geldenhuys attended Jumeirah English Speaking School in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where he captained the program to four consecutive Middle Eastern interschool soccer tournament titles.
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