Dominic Vicino
    Dominic Vicino


    Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

    High School:
    Los Osos

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 195



    Falcons host conference foe Santa Clara, Oct. 18

    13th-ranked Falcons take on 14th ranked Broncos


    Falcons beat Pomona-Pitzer, 14-10

    Sophomore goalie Max Benson made 20 saves for the Falcons


    Falcons lose two in So Cal Tourney

    AFA falls to No. 4 UDS


    Falcons travel to SoCal Tournament

    Air Force is ranked 15th in the nation


    Falcons drop two at Kap 7 NorCal Tournament

    Air Force is 5-8 overall this season; off until Oct. 3 at home vs. UC San Diego

    2013: Started in all 20 games of the 2013 season ... had a stellar season in which he ranked second on the team inpoints with 35 ... 20 goals ranked third on the team...ranked fourth on the team in assists with 15 and third in steals with 16 ... one of two scorers against #1 USC ... scored at least one point in nine games throughout the season.

    2012: Earned a JV letter.

    2011: Earned a varsity letter, playing in five games ... scored four goals on the season.

    High School: Lettered four years in water polo ...two-time NISCA All-American and USA Water Polo Academic All-American ... two-time first-team All-CIF (Division 4) honoree ... three-time All-Baseline League ... team MVP and captain in 2010 ... MVP of the Inland Valley All-Star game in 2010 ... all-area selection in 2009 ... named team's most improved player in 2008 ... member of CIF championship team in 2008 and CIF finalist team in 2009 ... won four league championships ... played for the Foothill Water Polo Club ... also lettered in baseball for two years.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 32 ... son of Chris and Carla Vicino ... father played football at Claremont College, while uncle, Michael, played football at the University of Washington ... plans to plans to be an acquisitions manager following graduation... hobbies include swimming, Xbox, watching movies and playing cards ... favorite quote: "Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." - John Wooden.

    Inside Men's Water Polo