Williamsport High School Graduate Commits to Hagerstown Community College
Hagerstown, Md. - Williamsport High School senior, Daniel Doub, recently committed to Hagerstown Community College for the fall season.
Doub, a midfielder for the Wildcats, was named Honorable Mention All-County, Honorable Mention All-County Coaches, and Honorable Mention All-MVAL Antietam for the 2009 season. Doub also represented the Washington County All-Stars in the 2009 Four Diamonds All-Star Game.
For his career at Williamsport he netted six goals and recorded seven assists, for a total of 19 points.
In his senior season, he helped lead the Wildcats to back-to-back Maryland 1A West Region Finals, but his team would be eliminated for the second consecutive year in penalty kicks. Williamsport would finish with a 6-1-0 record in conference and 11-5-2 overall.
Doub has played club soccer for seven years, with the Hagerstown Soccer Club and Car-Rey Soccer Academy. In 2010 his U-19 team were Baltimore Beltway League Champions.
"Daniel will be a nice addition to our program," stated Head Coach Brian Eichelberger. "Having achieved success already at Williamsport, he brings with him experience for playing at a high level. He is very familiar with the current players, as well as the recruits, since he has trained in the Spring with us and plays Club with many of them. We look for him to contribute in our midfield."
Doub joins fellow Williamsport teammate, Jordan Payne, as well as other Washington County natives, Devin Repp, Dominique Phillips, and Chip Rittenhouse as recently committed athletes for the 2011 season. Garrett Cook, Chucky Kipe, Josh Fahlfeder, and Mamadou Jallow are all committed recruits from Frederick County, while Alex Sanchez is from Pennsylvania.