With his fellow teammates, classmates, and faculty and staff looking on, Goretti senior DonTé Doleman signed his letter of intent on April 27 to continue his basketball career at Davis & Elkins College, a Division II school in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. Doleman received a full-ride scholarship to the school.
DonTé has been a dedicated student in the classroom and on the court having scored over 1,000 points during his time at Goretti. He was named first team all-county by the Herald Mail in 2015 and 2016, first team Independent Parochial School League (IPSL) for 2016, second team Baltimore Catholic League (BCL) for 2016, and the Washington County 2016 defensive player of the year.
Goretti’s head boys basketball coach, Matt Miller, expressed his excitement about Doleman continuing his athletic career in college.
“DonTé was a big part of reestablishing the Goretti program. He won over 60 games in his three years as a varsity player, scored over 1,000 points, and has provided the program with the toughness needed to compete in the Baltimore Catholic League,” said Miller. “We are very proud of him as a student and an athlete for earning a scholarship to play basketball at the next level.”
Doleman is a resident of Ranson, West Virginia and is the son of Kevin Doleman and Renee Smith.