Soccer Team Completes Undefeated Weekend With Sensational Road Showing
2,684 student-athletes were named to the Honor Roll
Hughes Headlines Owl Honorees as 2015 Player of the Year
2016: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Played in 15 of the team's 17 games... Started one match in the midfield, working 38 minutes in the C-USA home clash vs. Southern Miss... Logged 263 minutes overall... Notched an assist against UTEP in a 3-0 win.
2015: Sensational debut season of Division I soccer included selection to the 2016 Conference USA All-Freshman Team and being named the Owls' Rookie of the Year... Worked her way into 14 starting assignments in the midfield, including the season-opener against nationally-ranked Texas A&M... Became only the seventh Owl in school history, and the first in seven years, to score a goal in her first career match (vs. A&M)... Scored goals in wins against C-USA foes Old Dominion and UTSA... Maintained a .391 shots-on-goal percentage.
Club: Center-midfielder for Dallas Texans ECNL U18... Four-star player according to TopDrawerSoccer.com... Served as the team captain for D'Feeters Soccer Club in 2014... Member of the 2013 Texas Conference Champions, and appeared in three State Cup Championships (2008-2010)... US Soccer Federation Training Sessions (2010)... Member of North Texas ODP Team (2010)... USYS Region III Camps (2009-2010).
High School: A 2016 graduate of Lovejoy High School in Lucas, Texas... Varsity starter and first team All-District 10-5A honoree since freshman year... Three-time all-region honoree and team MVP for the Leopards heading into senior season... Broke the school record for most game winning assists in 2014... Named the 2011-2012 District 10-5A Offensive MVP... Member of the National Honor Society... AP Scholar... Served as a staff reporter for nationally-ranked online newspaper, The Red Ledger.
Personal: Full name: Dominique Mazero. Parents: John and Joyce Mazero (one brother). Chose to attend Rice over Arizona, Northwestern, Baylor, Tulsa, Columbia and George Washington.
Head coach Nicky Adams said: "Dominque is an energizer bunny! Whatever decision she makes out on the field, she does it with everything she has. Dom does not take her foot off the gas pedal. Her work ethic in the middle of the field is going to be very valuable for us. She is always looking to get that ball and make something happen. The way she links with the forwards will provide us with a solid attack this upcoming season."
Dominique Mazero said: "Rice is the perfect combination of world class academics, and a friendly and fun atmosphere that will provide me the opportunity to be my best on so many levels. The soccer program is led by fantastic, innovative, soccer coaches who are taking it and will continue to take the team to new heights, and it would be an honor to be a part of that."
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