Sioux Falls is excited to offer Women's Soccer camps. Our Soccer camps are a great way for young athletes to learn new techniques and become overall better players. In addition, campers will have the opportunity to learn from our assistant coaches and current student-athletes. Sioux Falls Soccer camps are designed to help young athletes excel in the sport of Soccer.
Sioux Falls Soccer Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
We would love the opportunity to work with you this summer.
Brittany Domino - Head Coach
Brittany Domino enters her third season as the head coach of the USF Soccer program in 2017.
With Domino at the helm of the program, the Cougars continued to show marked improvement in her second season as head coach. USF posted a 3-12-3 record in 2016, including a 3-10-2 record in conference play, finishing with the most points (11) since the Cougars joined the NSIC in 2012. Domino guided freshman outside back Lily McKown to an All-NSIC honorable mention appointment.
As a team, USF allowed just 1.56 goals per game, an improvement by more than one goal from the previous season and their mark ranked 11th in the NSIC. The Cougars posted four shutouts on the season, doubling their total from the previous campaign. Six different players scored goals for the Cougars and junior goalkeeper Morgan Perkins ranked second in the NSIC with an average of 6.61 saves per game.
In her first season, Domino led the Cougars to a 2-14-1 record, showing marked improvement on the defensive end. USF allowed 15 fewer goals in 2015 than the previous season, despite facing more shots, showing the increase in defensive acumen within the USF program. USF recorded a pair of shutouts, topping Northwest Oklahoma State for Domino's first collegiate coaching victory on Sept. 8, 2015 and finishing with a scoreless draw on the road against MSU Moorhead.
Domino, who served as an assistant coach with the University of Missouri-Kansas City this past season, takes over a program that finished 2-15-1 in 2014. “We are really pleased to bring Brittany to USF and to lead our women’s soccer program,” said Snyder. “We led an extensive national search and had a strong pool of candidates. Brittany came on campus with a plan and really separated herself from the pack. She has an energy and passion for soccer, and the knowledge and drive to succeed. She was well received by our student-athletes, coaches and staff and we expect the same to hold true as she recruits future Cougars. We are excited for her to get started,” he said.
Domino, who has several ties to the Midwest, including four years as a starter on the University of Nebraska women's soccer team, is looking forward to the opportunity to lead the USF women's soccer program.
“I am very grateful to be named the next head coach of USF women’s soccer," Domino said. "I would like to thank Director of Athletics Josh Snyder and the rest of the staff at USF for providing me with this opportunity. The NSIC is a very competitive league and I look forward to developing players and building a program that can compete each week with some of the top teams in NCAA Division II soccer.
“From my view, USF has all of the necessary components needed for a successful program," added Goosen, who most recently was an assistant coach of a UMKC team that finished 13-5-3, including tying for the WAC regular season title at 8-1-1 and advancing to the finals of the conference postseason tournament this past fall. "With the supportive athletic staff combined with motivated players, the USF soccer program will look to make some major strides next season. I hope that I can build a program with a foundation of players from the Midwest, where soccer is thriving in youth sports. The talent in this area is exciting and abundant.”
Originally of Olathe, Kan., Domino joined the UMKC staff after two years as a graduate assistant coach at Emporia State (Kan.). In her final year at ESU, Domino helped coach a team that set a school record for wins and defeated a nationally ranked opponent for the first time in school history. She also served as a summer youth camp director for two years.
Prior to beginning her coaching career, Domino, who prepped at Olathe South High School, was a four-year starter on the back line for the University of Nebraska from 2007-11. With the Cornhuskers, she not only started every game in four years but finished in the top five in career starts. A team captain in 2010-11, Domino led Nebraska to a 39-31-11 record in her four seasons, including a 13-7-1 record as a senior. In her final year, she helped lead the Cornhuskers to a third place finish in the Big 12 and to the league tournament semifinals.
After finishing her playing career, Domino served as an undergraduate coach for Nebraska, assisting the program with team travel, coaching defensive tactics and strategy and helping with summer camps. She earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Nebraska in May, 2012 and is in the final stages of earning a master’s degree in early childhood special education from Emporia State.
Brittany Domino (Goosen) and her husband Derek reside in Harrisburg, S.D. and have a son, Everett.
USF Sports Complex:
Opened in the fall of 2009. Equipped with environmentally friendly Musco lights.
Playing Surface: Synthetic surface made by Mondo (The only sanctioned field for FIFA events in the Midwest)
Features: Scoreboard with state-of-the-art sound system, bleacher seating for 300