Dominick Wise

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Dominick attended and graduated from the prestigious Chaminade Julienne High School in 1998 where he was a standout football and track & field athlete. Dominick later attended University of Toledo for football but wasn't able to play due to consistent migraines. He later graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. While at NKU, Dominick served as editor and weekly sportswriter for the Northerner newspaper.  

Dominick was also a track athlete while in college and competed in Division II Men's and Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championship. He later continued his education by graduating from Antioch Midwest University where he earned his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership with a minor in Special Education. After completing his degrees he accepted a teaching job teaching physical education, computer technology, health as well as being head football and track & field coach in the Dayton, Ohio school system.
  Dominick is well known in the greater Southern Ohio community from his involvement in coaching and volunteering with the former NFL players; Martin Bayless, Jeff Graham, Brandon McKinney, Robert Redd, Jamal Robertson, Peerless Price, and Marvin Lewis football camps. He also is known in the Dayton community for mentoring high school and college athletes. 
  In addition, Dominick is man of many talents,  he used to host his own weekly sports talk show on local Dayton television and his own podcasts on Itunes and Blogtalk Radio called "The Truth By Two Sports Fans" and "Sorry Honey, I Love Sports More Than You". Dominick also did some freelance sports writing for the following websites: Fantasy Knuckleheads, and Free4allsports. 
  For a change in scenery and pursuit of greater opportunities, Dominick later relocated to Dallas, Texas and Los Angeles, California area and 
continued his coaching and teaching career at Heritage High School in North Dallas and at Southern Methodist University in the summers. In addition Dominick did some acting, project management work and privately coached and mentored numerous Los Angeles and the valley area high school and college athletes. Overall, Dominick has helped numerous athletes receive NCAA Division I, II & III scholarships. 
  Dominick relocated back to his hometown of Dayton, Ohio in April of 2019 to take care of his ailing mother. As well as an agent advisor for Sports Management Worldwide, Dominick is currently teaching high school special education and is head high school track & field coach at Tri County North High School. In his spare time, Dominick continues to mentor high school athletes and privately trains athletes for speed and strength and conditioning. 
    It's because of the life lessons that can be learned and applied while playing different sports. Dominick enjoys the variety of people he has met and made lifelong friendships with because of the sports industry.
Dominick's motto: "If you're afraid of success, then you're infatuated with failure" -Dominick Wise