Sophomore women's soccer player Leslie Harrison had a record-setting weekend and is the WildCat of the Week.
In the team's first game of the year, Harrison played an important role as a reserve forward in a 1-0 win over Ferrum.
Where she really made her impact, however, is in the team's Sunday battle against Gallaudet.
Coming in as a substitute, Harrison assisted on three straight goals in a 7-1 rout.
With those helpers, she becomes the first player in program history to ever earn three assists in a single contest.
Randolph has only scored more than seven goals three times in its program history.
"It's great to start this year off strong considering we are such a young team," Harrison said. "We're quickly learning how to play together as one unit and that's the way I was able to have the assists that I did. My teammates played me great balls through the defensive line and they were there to back me up on the attack."
Harrison's team is back in action on Saturday at N.C. Wesleyan.