Facilities

 RAD Center

The Randolph Athletics and Dance (RAD) Center plays host to the volleyball team as well as the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The court, known as The Den, is one of the loudest venues in the conference and gives the WildCats a supreme home court advantage.

 The building is home to a five-lane pool as well as a weight and fitness center, locker rooms, dance facilities, aerobics room, athletic training facilities as well as athletic and administrative support offices. The fitness center underwent a transformation in the summer of 2012 to better equip the needs of the Randolph student.

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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. The College also features a full-size Bermuda grass field for games and practice.

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 Randolph Softball Field 

The Randolph College Softball Complex is home to the Randolph softball squad. Spectators enjoy some of the best views to watch a softball game, as the large hill surrounding the home plate area provides a stadium-like feeling. The playing surface is well maintained and the infield recently received a facelift in the form of a new covering of dirt.

The complex also contains batting cages behind the right field fence. Bleacher seating is available behind the backstop on both sides and an elevated seating area for lawn chairs down the right field line gives fans a box seat feel for WildCat softball contests.

 

 

 

Randolph Tennis Courts

The new Randolph College tennis courts, completed in the first week of October have completely changed the face of WildCat tennis. The facility is highlighted by eight new hard surface courts. New fencing was also installed along with new netting, poles and scoring towers. Also, convenient court caddies which attach to the nets at each court provide storage for tennis balls, clothing and drinks. The courts were completed in time for the Alumnae/Alumni Tennis Tournament, held during Randolph’s first annual Homecoming.

Head Coach Jamie Megginson said, "The College’s new tennis facility is one of the top quality tennis complexes in the ODAC. It will serve as a powerful recruiting tool for the tennis programs’ growth and provide recreational opportunities to the College community.