LYNCHBURG, Va.- Randolph men’s basketball outscored visiting Hampden-Sydney 45-32 in the second half as the WildCats claimed a 73-59 victory over the Tigers on Wednesday night. The ‘Cats shot 53% from the field in the second half to take down HS-C.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – After several close games that ended in heartbreak, the Randolph College women’s basketball team celebrated a hard fought 68-60 victory over Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) rival Eastern Mennonite University on Saturday afternoon in the RAD.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- Having just played 10 days ago in Greensboro, Randolph and Guilford men’s basketball faced off again at the RAD Center on Saturday afternoon. The WildCats stormed back from a double-digit first half deficit but the Quakers held off the ’Cats in the end as they won 60-52.
FERRUM, Va.- Randolph closed a nine-point deficit late in the second half to just one point and nearly sent its game with Ferrum to overtime but ultimately fell to the Panthers 74-72 on Wednesday night. The loss drops Randolph to 6-9 overall and 1-5 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. The Panthers improve to 3-12 and 2-4 in the conference.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – Kalyn Banks (Clinton, Md./From the Heart Christian School) recorded a career-high 21 rebounds as the Randolph College women’s basketball team fell to visiting Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) foe Washington and Lee University, 53-48, on Wednesday evening in the RAD.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- For the first time in 2019, the Randolph men’s basketball team played at the RAD Center as the WildCats took on Virginia Wesleyan. The ’Cats took an early first half lead but Virginia Wesleyan was able to come back and pull away with an 81-69 victory.
EMORY, Va. – Three WildCats scored double-figure points as the Randolph College women’s basketball team fell to host and Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) foe Emory & Henry College, 71-59, on Saturday afternoon.
GREENSBORO, N.C.- The Randolph men’s basketball team returned to the hardwood on Wednesday night in its first action of the New Year at Guilford. The WildCats got out to a quick start in the first half but the Quakers recovered as they went on to win 70-62.
With the calendar year of 2018 coming to close, it’s time to look back at some of the top stories in Randolph Athletics. It was a year of some incredible wins, great performances, and noteworthy announcements.
HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Randolph and Stockton men’s basketball teams faced off in the championship game of the Juniata College Comfort Inn Holiday Tournament on Friday afternoon. The WildCats withstood a rally by the Ospreys in the second half and won by the final score of 84-80.
HUNTINGDON, Pa.- The Randolph men’s basketball team came into its game with Juniata College looking to end its five-game winless streak. Aided by a career high 32 points from Sammy Hooper (Richmond, Va./Midlothian), the WildCats did just that as they defeated the Eagles 71-55 on Thursday night at the Comfort Inn Holiday Tournament. With the victory, the ’Cats record now stands at 5-6. JC drops to 4-6 overall.
BUENA VISTA, Va.- On Wednesday, the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) announced the 2018 College Division All-State Women’s Soccer Teams. Sophomore forward Sara Bane (Blue Ridge, Va./Lord Botetourt) was named to the Second Team.
BRIDGEWATER, VA.- The Virginia Sports Information Director (VaSID) on Tuesday afternoon announced the 2018 College Division All-State Men’s Soccer Teams. Senior midfielder Adam Watson (Richmond, Va./Midlothian) was named to the First Team.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- The Randolph men’s basketball team hosted Southern Virginia in the final home game of 2018 on Saturday afternoon. The WildCats trailed by only two points at halftime but the Knights opened the second half with a big run to quickly expand its lead and would go on win 87-68.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – Head women’s basketball coach Andrea Kendall has named Kalyn Banks (Clinton, Md./From the Heart Christian School) and Elizabeth Ellen (Mechanicsville, Va./Hanover) as team captains for the 2018-19 season.