Dominique De Oliveria Commits to Hagerstown C.C. for 2017 Season
Hagerstown, Md. - North Hagerstown High School graduate, Dominique De Oliveria, has recently announced his commitment to the Hagerstown Community College men's soccer team
De Oliveria, a midfielder and forward for the Hubs, was named Second Team All-County Coaches, Honorable Mention All-County, and Honorable Mention All-MVAL Antietam. De Oliveria also participated in the Four Diamonds All-Star Game, representing Washington County.
During his high school career with NHHS, he recorded three goals and added seven assists. He helped North Hagerstown to an 11-3-2 overall finish, while boasting a 6-0-1 record in the MVAL Antietam Conference. His team was named the Washington County Public Schools Tournament Champions, as well as the MVAL Champions. Prior to playing with the Hubs, he was in Guyana, South America.
After graduation, De Oliveria accepted an opportunity to play overseas. He competed with Bettervawagting SV in South America, as well as AC Sparta Praha in Czech Republic. After returning to the States he played for the DC United Academy, while currently participating with Bethesda Football Club.
"I chose Hagerstown Community College because I want to further my education," quoted De Oliveria. "I have developed a great relationship with the coaching staff and they are very professional and are supportive both on and off the field."
At HCC, De Oliveria joins Washington County player, Nick Shirey. Also in the recruiting class is Walter Saenz from Anne Arundel County as well as Frederick County players, Andres Florez-Rico, Alex Medrano and Ab Zelaya. Montgomery County players, Santiago Alzate, DJ Mamo and Jeison Caballero join Alexis Torres from Delaware and Tico Witter from Pennsylvania.
"Dominique has the ability to be very dangerous right away" stated head coach Brandon Rethemeyer. "He brings a wealth of playing experience to go along with his combination of speed and technical ability. He trains at a very high level and raises the standards for those around him."