Syracuse women’s soccer signs Chelsea Domond on transfer from Northeastern
Former Northeastern forward Chelsea Domond will transfer to Syracuse and join the women’s soccer program, according to Coach Nicky Adams. Domond has signed a scholarship agreement with the University and will enroll this fall.
“We are happy to welcome Chelsea to Syracuse,” Adams said. “Chelsea is a dynamic fast forward that has proven she is a goal scorer at the collegiate level.
“Chelsea is very athletic and has tremendous work rate. She had a stellar career at Northeastern and we are excited for her to bring her experience to Syracuse.”
Domond will enroll in a graduate program at Syracuse and have one year of soccer eligibility. She recently completed her fourth season of competition at Northeastern. She was a 2020 All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) First Team selection and earned 2019 United States Soccer Coaches All-East Region Third Team recognition.
During her time at Northeastern, Domond played in 69 games, including 52 of those as a starter. She accumulated 17 goals, nine assists and 43 points for the Huskies. Northeastern was 36-30-6 overall and 20-8-4 in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) with Domond on the roster. The Huskies played in the CAA Tournament each year and reached the conference tournament final in 2017.
She was a four-year letterwinner at Westhill High School (Conn.). Domond was a three-time All-Fairfield County League selection, a two-time All-State pick and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-East Region honoree. She scored more than 70 goals for the Vikings in her scholastic career.
Domond also competed for Yankee United FC. She was a 2015 US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) All-Star and a 2016 Hearst Connecticut Media All-Star.