Dominic Doty-Sports Director
Being the son of a college basketball coach, excelling as a youth athlete in various sports, and coaching at the highest college and club ranks, Dominic’s life has evolved around and been dedicated to athletics, athletes, and sports.
As a youth athlete growing up in Oregon, Dom experienced a high degree of success at both the club/AAU and high school levels. Active and immersed in athletics at a very early age, participating primarily in soccer, basketball, and baseball, Dom was a part of multiple state championship teams (recipient of state-wide awards), a four-year starter on his high soccer and basketball teams, and a participating member of the U17 US National Soccer Team. Additionally, Dom played on select state-wide and regional soccer and basketball teams which represented Oregon and the west region in National and International competition.
As a collegiate student-athlete, Dom attended Santa Clara University where he was a member of the SCU Bronco team that participated in a College Cup (Final Four). After graduating and receiving his bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Santa Clara University, Dom accepted a position with Linfield College as an assistant coach in both the men’s soccer and basketball programs. During his second year as a coach at Linfield College, being 23 years of age, Dom accepted a role as the Head Women’s soccer coach, becoming the youngest head coach in the country at all collegiate levels in all sports.
For five years, under Doty’s guidance from 2009 to 2013, the Wildcat soccer program experienced new never-before-reached heights, earning Regional and National recognition for their growth and success as a program. A long side running the the women’s soccer program, Dom served as the Head Men’s Basketball assistant for 7 years, while teaching college courses in sports technique, soccer and basketball coaching theory, and fitness and strength building.
In the pursuit of coaching at the highest collegiate level, Dom departed Linfield to head south where he accepted a position as the head women’s soccer assistant coach at San Jose State University. During his time in the program, the team saw incredible improvement and success, earning a place in the NCAA National tournament as the MWC Tournament Champions in 2015! While coaching in the Spartan program, in addition to work on the field and amongst other roles, Dom also served as the programs recruiting coordinator and team academic advisor.
While Dom has spent much of his professional career on the field and court as a collegiate coach, his reach has gone far beyond solely that of the college level. Dominic has coached elite youth and club teams in multiple sports for a variety of ages. In addition, he has served as a camp director and staff member for top tier and high level programs (Stanford University, Santa Clara University, UC Berkeley, University of Oregon, Oregon State), including being an evaluator for numerous select teams (ODP).
Along the journey of maturing and a coach and developer of athletes, Dom has had the privilege of having spent time around some of the best coaches and minds in their profession, helping shape his special and innovative approach to the modern-day athlete.
Engineered to the core as a coach, Dominic is passionate about teaching and helping athletes of all ages and ability improve and grow to reach their full potential. The experience and foundation Dom has both as a former athlete and coach, coupled with the wealth of knowledge he encompasses in regards to development and connection to the world of athletics is extremely unique and undeniably valuable for any athlete of any sport.