LYNCHBURG, Va.- The Randolph men's soccer team welcomes back a former player to its coaching staff. Nate Juth returns as an assistant coach.
Juth was a four-year player for the WildCats. He started 67 out of 74 games he played in at the midfield position. Three of the games he started were shutouts while he also saw the field in a fourth. He scored four goals and added one assist. In addition, he was named to the ODAC Third Team in 2017.
"I am delighted to be able to add Nate to our staff," said head coach Adam Godwin. "The history of this program and our alumni are hugely important to me and anytime we are able to add someone who understands the standards and expectations of this program that is a huge win for us. Nate had an outstanding career here as a player and I cannot wait to see how he continues to impact these student-athletes on and off the field."