Matt Dominguez

CFL and NFL Wide Receiver

About Matt Dominguez

Matt Dominguez was born in Georgetown, Texas. He grew up in Georgetown, the oldest of six children. Matt received a football scholarship after high school to attend Sam Houston State University. At Sam Houston State he was the school’s first NCAA Div I-AA All-American, Matt caught 211 passes for 3,272 yards and 27 touchdowns. In 1998 and 1999, he was the teams MVP and still holds eight Sam Houston State records and five Southland Football League records. In 2005, Matt was inducted into the Sam Houston Hall of Fame.

After University Matt was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Denver Broncos, he spent 2001 on the active roster and was sidelined in 2002 with his first knee injury.

After being released Dominguez was signed by the Roughriders in 2003 and quickly used his size to his advantage and became a fan favourite by gaining over 1,000 yards in his first year.

In 2004 Dominguez signed with the New York Jets of the National Football League. He was cut at the end of training camp.

He returned to Regina and the Roughriders after being released. In total he played five years with the Green and White becoming a top notch CFL receiver. In 2006, Matt was named a West Division All-Star and in 2007 he was part of the Grey Cup Championship Team. Dominguez was eventually released by the Roughriders on February 13, 2009.

Dominguez along with his then teammate Gene Makowsky made a cameo appearance in the Corner Gas episode “Reader Pride”.

Television / Film / Radio

  • Corner Gas – CTV – episode “Reader Pride” – Cameo appearance

Keynotes and Speaking Topics

  • Teambuilding
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Motivation
  • Focus
  • Goal Setting

Career Highlights

  • Grey Cup Champion 2007
  • West Division All-Star – 2006

Client Reviews

  • “Matt Dominguez spoke at our Annual Fundraising Banquet in November 2014. He became prepared not only on the topic we asked him to speak on but also on our organization. Matt kept the audience’s attention with his stories and jokes.”
  • “Matt is an outstanding speaker. His presentation was excellent. Our feedback from the attendees was very positive regarding his remarks. He was professional, humorous, very polished, and had a great message.”
  • “after hearing Matt speak, it’s safe to say many were pleasantly surprised – and very impressed. Besides sharing football antidotes from his days as a Roughrider, Matt shared stories of work he’s done on the radio. Perhaps most inspiring was the message Matt shared of being grateful for what life has to offer. While Matt’s presentation provided many laughs, it also made you think about your life and never taking for granted what you have.”

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