Camil Domínguez gets Master Degree in Sports Sciences


CHICAGO, Illinois - Dominican volleyball player Camil Domínguez, one of the setters of the Senior Women's Team, recently earned a Master's degree from Concordia University in Chicago, Illinois.


Dominguez carried out postgraduate studies in said higher educational entity in Sports Science and Sports Leadership obtaining high marks.


The outstanding national athlete had Cristóbal Marte Hoffiz, president of the National Women's Project of the Dominican Volleyball Federation as her graduation sponsor.


Previously, Camil studied and played for Florida Gulf Coast University at Fort Myers and Lee University in Cleveland where she earned a degree in Social Sciences.


Dominguez continued his professional training through a scholarship that is part of the personal and educational development plan carried out by the program by Marte Hoffiz as a way to help the growth of Dominican athletes dedicated to that discipline.


 "We are very proud that an athlete trained in the National Women's Project has reached this academic degree and we have been able to contribute to it," said Marte Hoffiz. "This represents a sample of the way we work concomitantly on the sporting aspect and the educational preparation of the players."