Fair, 36°
Weather sponsored by:

FIHS Domenico earns All-Conference nod

By: Matt McIntosh '23/Shenandoah
Posted 12/31/69

FOREST, Va. - Ten members of the Shenandoah University football team have been selected to the 2023 All-ODAC Teams as announced by the league on Wednesday morning.

The Hornets finished at 5-5 …

This item is available in full to subscribers.

Please log in to continue

Log in

Don't have an ID?


Print subscribers

If you're a print subscriber, but do not yet have an online account, click here to create one.

Non-subscribers

Click here to see your options for subscribing.

Single day pass

You also have the option of purchasing 24 hours of access, for $1.00. Click here to purchase a single day pass.

FIHS Domenico earns All-Conference nod


Posted




FOREST, Va. - Ten members of the Shenandoah University football team have been selected to the 2023 All-ODAC Teams as announced by the league on Wednesday morning.

The Hornets finished at 5-5 after an 8-2 record in 2022.

On offense, David Munoz earned first-team honors, while Andre Jackson represents the Hornets on the second team. Quarterback Steven Hugney, receiver Broden Domenico, and lineman Dominic Gulli round out the offensive selections on the third team.

Domenico, a senior, is a Fleming Island High School graduate out of Florida. Domenico finished with 58 pass catches to lead the team with 669 yards, seven touchdowns with a 68-yard longest pass catch.

Domenico finished strong at the season's end with two games with 11 catches (vs. Averett, vs. Hampden-Sydney) and a final game with seven grabs (vs. Washington & Lee).

Matt Conroy and Keyshawn Wilder represent the SU defense with first-team honors. Ethan Brown is the lone Hornet on the second team for defense, as Corey Kidwell and Sean Perry make the third team.

Receivers Jackson and Domenico had 474 and 669 receiving yards, respectively. Of Domenico's 58 catches, seven of them were touchdowns, which is a team-high. Jackson caught four touchdowns and added a 91-yard kickoff return TD in week one versus Methodist.

The two receivers helped QB Steven Hugney earn his All-ODAC honors. Hugney passed for 2280 yards on 199 completions. The QB threw for 15 TDs and used his legs to add five more to his total. On the ground, the Fairfax, Virginia native ran for 251 yards, third most for the Hornets.

Domenico Statistics

Sept. 2: vs. Methodist (44-29 Win), 7 catches, 68 Yds, 2TDS

Sept. 16: vs. Maryville (TN) (20-27 Loss); 2 catches, 15 Yds

Sept. 23: vs. Juniata (48-7 Win); 6 catches, 107 Yds, 1TD. Domenico's 29-yard TD catch for a 28-0 halftime lead.

Sept.30: vs. Ferrum (38-3 Win); 2 catches, 20 Yds, 1TD

Oct. 7: vs. Bridgewater (VA) (10-24 Loss); 6 catches, 56 Yds

Oct. 14: vs. Guilford (31-20 Win); 4 catches, 67 Yds, 1TD

Oct. 21: vs. Randolph-Macon (13-48 Loss); 2 catches, 25 Yds

Oct. 28: vs. Averett (49-35 Win); 11 catches, 133 yds. Domenico with 68 68-yard passes on the first play; and a 500-yard total offense by Shenandoah.

Nov. 4: vs. Hampden-Sydney (25-26 OT Loss); 11 catches, 144 Yds, 2TDs. Domenico had three catches in five plays scoring a drive (12 Yd TD catch) to a 19-16 lead.

Nov. 11: vs. Washington & Lee (21-40 Loss); 7 catches, 34 Yds

2022 (8-2): Seven catches