Dom Oliveri is entering his third season with the Ravens in 2020. He arrived at Carleton after an extremely successful five-year stint at Algonquin College. In his first season with the Ravens, he led his team to a home playoff berth.
During coach Oliveri’s tenure with Algonquin he led the Thunder to a CCAA National Championship bronze medal in 2017, the first national medal in program history. In Oliveri’s time at Algonquin, he also led the program to four OCAA provincial championships, and an OCAA provincial silver medal. The Thunder appeared at the CCAA National Championships in four of his five years, and amassed a record of 73W-8L-2T under his guidance. In 2017, Oliveri was named CCAA National Coach of the Year, as well as the OCAA Coach of the Year, and the OCAA East Division Coach of the Year. He was also named OCAA East Division Coach of the Year in 2015
Coach Oliveri was previously the head coach of Ottawa Fury FC’s women’s team. In 2012, Oliveri led the Fury Women to their first ever W-League North American Championship. He also led the team to a W-League North American finals appearance in 2011 and a third place finish in 2014. Oliveri amassed a record of 48W-7L-3T during his coaching reign with the Fury. During his time as a head coach and assistant with the Fury program, Oliveri has been a part of nine division titles, six conference titles, six national semifinals, four North American championship finals, and was named W-League North American Coach of the Year in 2011.
Coach Oliveri was formerly the director of scouting and a technical consultant with the Seattle Sounders Women of the W-League and WPSL. He holds an Ontario Provincial B License, and is currently in the process of completing his Pro License with the Argentinean Soccer Coaches Association (ATFA).
Coach Oliveri has also led many Ottawa Fury FC Youth teams to championships, and Super Y League finals appearances. Oliveri was invited to participate in the Olympic Development Program for the Super Y-League as a staff coach in 2007, and was a staff coach with the EODSA Regional Program from 2001-2003. Oliveri has developed a solid reputation as a coach as a result of his knowledge of the game, communication, professionalism, dedication, and leadership skills.