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WildCat Stadium

Randolph College’s multi-purpose playing field and track serves as the home of the WildCats’ soccer and lacrosse programs, as well as the campus community. The facility will also play host to the new track and field programs at the College, set to start in the fall of 2013.

WildCat Stadium features a synthetic turf playing field and an eight lane all-weather track, and is also lit to provide for night-time competition and practice. The complex includes permanent seating, a press box and a concession area. Restrooms are available near the concession area. The College also features a full-size Bermuda grass field for games and practice.

WildCat Stadium is one of the nicest venues in the conference, as the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains serve as a backdrop as you view it from at the top of the hill. From the track and field, players are surrounded by trees and a 30-foot retaining wall, giving it a "colosseum" feel. Fans are elevated above the action for a great aerial view of play. Railings and hills on each side of the field also allow for non-traditional seating for fans of all ages.

The field also plays host to Randolph College's Summer Soccer League, and has hosted multiple VHSL and Virginia Private League lacrosse matches. It was also the site for the regional track and field meet in 2012. WildCat Stadium played host to the 2011 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Championship, which saw Randolph defeat Lynchburg College 2-1.

The field also was host to Randolph men's lacrosse's first ever win in 2011, along with the program's first victory within the ODAC in 2013. Also, Randolph women's lax recorded its first-ever ODAC win on the turf of WildCat Stadium, defeating Sweet Briar in 2012. Annually, the Stadium plays host to the Chariot Race, a class affinity event that has now been integrated into Homecoming.

Statistics:

Opened: 2009

Hosts: Randolph Men's and Women's Soccer, Lacrosse, Track and Field

Seating: 587 (capacity holds more with lawn and standing room)

Attendence Record: 1,176 (Nov. 5, 2011; ODAC Men's Soccer Championship - Lynchburg College vs. Randolph College)