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.
KANSAS CITY, MO.- The United Soccer Coaches organization has announces it All-Region Teams. Randolph senior midfielder Adam Watson (Richmond, Va./Midlothian) was named to the All-South Atlantic Team and was one of 11 players chosen from the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.
FOREST, Va.- The Old Dominion Athletic Conference announced its All-Conference Team in men’s soccer on Thursday. Senior midfielder Adam Watson (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) was named to the First Team and junior back Frankie DiOrio (Bristow, Va./Patriot) was selected to the Third Team.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Randolph men’s soccer team faced off against Lynchburg in the quarterfinals of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Tournament on Sunday evening at Shellenberger Field. The Lynchburg defense held the WildCats to just one shot as the offense tallied three scores to come away with a 3-0 victory.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- For the 11th straight season, the Randolph men’s soccer team has qualified for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Tournament. Head Coach Adam Godwin’s squad will be aiming for its second overall title and first since 2011.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- Randolph men’s soccer hosted Ferrum on Senior Night at WildCat Stadium. Fittingly enough, it was senior Adam Watson (Richmond, Va./Midlothian) who led the WildCats to victory with a pair of goals as Randolph won by the score of 3-1.
WINCHESTER, Va.- The Randolph men’s soccer team held the lead for nearly 52 minutes of game time but host Shenandoah tied with 18 minutes left in regulation then won in the extra period 2-1 on Wednesday night. The loss drops the WildCats’ record to 4-7-3 and 3-5-1 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference while the Hornets move up to 6-8-1 and 3-5 in the ODAC.
LEXINGTON, Va.- An early Washington and Lee goal was the only scoring in the game as the Generals held off the Randolph men’s soccer team 1-0 on Saturday afternoon. The WildCats’ record drops to 4-6-3 overall and 3-4-1 in the ODAC. W&L moves up to 7-3-1 and 5-0-1 in the ODAC.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- The Randolph men’s soccer team faced one of its toughest matches of the season as they squared off against cross-city rival Lynchburg on Wednesday night. The nationally ranked Hornets tallied three first half goals on their way to a 4-1 victory.
BRIDGEWATER, Va.- Powered by two early first half goals, the Randolph men’s soccer team used that to knock off first place Bridgewater 3-1 on Saturday afternoon on the Eagles’ home turf. The win puts the WildCats’ record at 4-4-3 and 3-2-1 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference while BC drops to 8-4 and suffers its first conference loss of the season. BC also sees its five-game winning streak come to an end.
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va.- Randolph men’s soccer traveled to Hampden-Sydney to take on the Tigers in a midweek Old Dominion Athletic Conference matchup. Hampden-Sydney scored just under a minute into the game and made it hold up as it won by the score of 1-0.
FOREST, Va.- The Old Dominion Athletic Conference on Monday announced the Men’s Soccer Player of the Week. Senior midfielder Adam Watson (Richmond, Va./Midlothian) was selected with the honor. It is the third weekly selection of his career.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- The Randolph men’s soccer team led throughout its contest with Virgnina Wesleyan and fended off a Marlin rally as the WildCats won 2-1 on Saturday night at WildCat Stadium. The win evens the WildCats’ record at 3-3-3 and moves them to 2-1-1 in the ODAC. The Marlins fall to 1-8 overall and 1-3 in the conference.
HARRISONBURG, Va.- The Randolph and Eastern Mennonite men’s soccer teams played what turned out to be a shootout on Tuesday night on EMU’s home turf. The two teams would play to a second overtime where the Royals netted the game winner in the 106th minute to claim a 4-3 victory.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- In less than ideal conditions, the Roanoke and Randolph men’s soccer team attempted to get through 90 minutes of play on Saturday night at a wet WildCat Stadium. After two delays due to lightning, the game was made official with just over 17 minutes left in the second half. The two teams played to a 0-0 tie.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- Facing what could be their fourth extra period game of the season, the Randolph men’s soccer team needed some magic to prevent that from happening. Adam Watson delivered for the WildCats with a goal on a free kick with just 3:21 remaining as Randolph went on to win 2-1 over Randolph-Macon on Wednesday night at WildCat Stadium in the ODAC opener for both teams.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- With the threat of Hurricane Florence looming, the Randolph men's soccer team's game at Christopher Newport on Wednesday has been postponed. A decision to reschedule the contest will be made when conditions return to normal.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- Less than 24 hours after playing their first home game of the season, the Randolph men’s soccer team was back on the field Saturday afternoon as they hosted Washington College at WildCat Stadium. The Shoremen proved to be a formidable opponent for the WildCats as the two teams played to a 2-2 tie.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- After starting the season with three straight road contests, the Randolph men’s soccer team hosted Greensboro on Friday night in a non-conference contest. The result did not go the WildCats’ way as the Pride won by the score of 3-0.
FREDERICK, Md.- For the second straight game, the Randolph men’s soccer team played to double overtime. This time, however, a decision was not reached as the WildCats played to a 1-1 tie with host Hood on Wednesday night.
FROSTBURG, Md.- The Randolph and Frostburg men’s soccer teams duked it out on the field on the second day of Frostburg’s Kickoff Tournament. The teams went to double overtime where Eynnar Claros (Falls Church, Va./Falls Church) was the hero for the ’Cats as he converted on a penalty kick to send Randolph home with a 1-0 victory on Sunday afternoon.
FROSTBURG, Md.- The Randolph men’s soccer team started its 2018 season on the road against DeSales at the Frostburg University Kickoff Tournament. The WildCats held a 2-1 lead at the break but the Bulldogs added two goals in the second half to come out with a 3-2 victory.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- For just the second time in its short but successful history, the Randolph men’s soccer team will have a new head coach at the helm. Adam Godwin, who was named to the position back in March, takes over the reins from Bryan Waggoner, who became the head man at Wheaton College in Massachusetts.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- The 2018 Randolph men’s soccer schedule was released on Friday and besides an always challenging conference docket, the non-conference lineup will be a tough navigation. This year’s non-conference opponents sport a winning percentage of .606 from a year ago.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- Head Men’s Soccer Coach Adam Godwin today has announced the program’s coaching staff for the 2018 season. Godwin brings on board four staff members who encompass experience at the MLS and NCAA level along with a wealth of WildCat experience.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- The Randolph College Athletics Department announced today that Adam Godwin will serve as its new men’s soccer head coach. Godwin becomes the second head coach in the history of the WildCat program, replacing Bryan Waggoner, who took over the same position at Wheaton College in Massachusetts.