Sul Ross State University Athletics has announced the hiring of John Dominguez as the interim head women’s soccer coach.
“I would like to thank Amanda Workman and Wyatt Olson for their professionalism throughout the hiring process,” said Dominguez. “I am excited and humbled to come back to my second home and work with a great staff that has a lot of experience and knowledge. At the end of the day, they are the team behind the teams.”
Dominguez most recently coached a uScore and Legacy soccer club in Spring, TX.
He is a former two-year starter for the Sul Ross men’s soccer team from 2018-2019. As a player, he totaled over 2500 minutes played as a defender.
Dominguez followed up his playing career as a student assistant in 2020 under former head coach Marquis Muse.
Prior to Sul Ross, he played at Western Texas College from 2016-2018 and was a Regional Finals runner-up.
Dominguez played semi-professional soccer with the Texas Hawks F.C. He also played club ball with the Albion Hurricanes FC and won multiple tournaments throughout the state of Texas.
The Katy, TX native graduated in 2018 from Western Texas with an Associate of Arts before earning a degree in Kinesiology and Human Performance from Sul Ross in 2020.