Rams FC
Domenic Petrarca Coaching Bio
Coaching Experience:

Dom enters his third season with Rams FC and will be the head coach of 2 new Rams FC teams, a girls u12 and a boys u13. In addition, Dom will also be assisting Scott Rollins with his girls u16 team.  In addition to coaching with Rams FC, Dom is also the Assistant Varsity and Head JV boys soccer coach at South Kingstown HS. Domenic and his team have enjoyed 2 tremendous years together going on to win the JV State Championship both in 2011 and 2012.  


Dom is a Rhode Island local who has played at a high level at both high school for LaSalle Academy and college for the University of Rhode Island.


Playing Bio:

2009 (Senior):

Assisted on URI's lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Hartford... Recorded an assist at Xavier... Had an assist in Rhody's 4-1 win over Temple.


2008 (Junior):
Was one of just four player to start all 19 games for the Rams... Finished the season with two points on a pair of assists... Recorded an assist in a 1-1 tie against George Washington... Assisted on the first goal of the game in a 2-1 win over Charlotte.

2007 (Sophomore):
Appeared in 18 games and made 17 starts... Was part of a backline that limited its conference opponents to a combined 25 shots on goal (2.7 per game) in nine league games while URI outshot it's A-10 opponents by an overall margin of 176-82... Recorded an assist in URI's season-opener at No. 15 Harvard on Sept. 1... Scored his first collegiate goal in the Rams' 3-1 win at UMass on Oct. 27.


2006 (Freshman):
Saw action in 20 games and made 18 starts... Was named to the Harvard Invitational All-Tournament Team (Sept. 10)... Recorded his first collegiate point, an assist, in URI's 6-1 win at La Salle (Sept. 29).


Before URI:
Was a four year starter for LaSalle Academy... Played left back, stopper and defensive midfield... Helped lead the team to four state championships... Named MVP at 2005 State Championship... Made the 2003 U17 Y-League Regional Team... Ranked third in the country in 2004... Named 2005 Gatorade Player of the Year... Was a two-time All-State First Team selection.