VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Randolph College women’s cross country team placed 12th out of 12 teams with 341 points at the 2017 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships, hosted by Virginia Wesleyan University on Saturday morning.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Serving as the final tune-up for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships, the Randolph College women’s cross country team competed at the 2017 Queen City Cross Country Invitational on Friday, hosted by Queens University of Charlotte at McAlpine Creek Park.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Randolph College men’s and women’s cross country teams participated in the 34th Annual Greensboro XC Invitational on Saturday at Hagan Stone Park. The men placed 10th out of 15 teams in the men’s college division while the women did not receive a team score in the women’s college division.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Randolph College men's and women's cross country team celebrated Homecoming and Family Weekend by participating in the annual Virginia 4-Miler on Saturday morning, a race which ends on the steps of Main Hall on Randolph's own campus.
CARY, N.C. – The Randolph College men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled south to North Carolina to compete in the Adidas XC Challenge on Friday evening. The men’s team finished seventh out of 10 teams while the women’s team did not post a team score.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Randolph College women’s cross country kicked off its 2017 at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Preview hosted by Virginia Wesleyan University on Friday evening where the WildCats finished third out of three teams.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Randolph College women’s and men’s cross country teams will see some new runners hit the trail for the WildCats in the 2017 season with a few veteran returners helping to lead the way.
The Randolph College women’s cross country team earned 33 points and was predicted to finish 10th in the league in the 2017 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) preseason poll, released Wednesday by the conference office.
On Tuesday, the Randolph College athletic department honored all of the student-athletes and the accomplishments from this past year. The department gives out nine major awards, with teams handing out individual awards throughout.
Every year, the first week of April signifies NCAA Division III Week, an initiative celebrated around the largest division in the NCAA. Randolph College athletics is one of those joining in the celebration.
The Randolph College athletic department each week showcases a question and answer feature with our WildCat of the Week. The ninth student-athlete selected for the year is cross country runner Taylor Rama.
On Saturday, the Randolph College cross country teams headed back to the Buena Vista Links Course for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships. Washington and Lee University hosted the meet, which was held at the same location of the ODAC Preview Meet earlier this year.
For the second time this year, the Randolph College cross country teams will head to the Buena Vista Links Course in Buena Vista, VA. However, this race will be the 2016 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships.
The Randolph College cross country teams took part in the Gettysburg Invitational on Saturday, racing against over 500 total runners. It was also important as it was the last time the team would compete before the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships.
In conjunction with the Randolph College 125th Anniversary Celebration, the Randolph College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a field day for kids from the nursery school. The big kids and the Randolph College Nursery School kids partnered for a fun time for all.
The Randolph College cross country teams competed at the Hagan Stone Classic on Saturday, with several records falling on both the women's and men's side. The women's team was led by Taylor Rama, while the men had a top performance from Alex Clem.
Randolph College Family Weekend has a history of taking place on the same day as the Virginia 10-Miler. In conjunction with that event is the Virginia 4-Miler, which ends on the steps of Main Hall. The Randolph cross country team competes in the race annually, and this year shined greatly in the race.
The Virginia 4-Miler has been run in conjunction with the Virginia 10-Miler since 1999, with some of those early races ending on Rivermont Ave. However, the race now ends on steps of Randolph’s Main Hall, and the Randolph College cross country team will once again look to set great times in the demanding race.
The Randolph College women’s cross country team competed at the difficult Mowles Spring Park course as part of the Maroon Invitational on Saturday. The WildCats ran very well despite the hilly terrain that was presented to them.