A healthy body is an essential component to intellectual growth and academic success. Randolph students lead active lifestyles and play as hard as they work. Randolph supports them through healthy dining options, workout facilities, an active health and counseling center, sports and more.
The RAD is home to a five-lane pool, weight and fitness center, locker rooms, dance facilities, aerobics room, and athletic training facilities. The RAD is home to the physical education and dance departments as well as athletic and administrative support offices.
Randolph College’s multi-purpose playing field and track serves as the home of the WildCats’ soccer, lacrosse, and track and field programs, as well as our community of fans.
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 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. The infield and outfield was recently renovated along with installation of a new warning track and new 70′ batting cage. Bleacher seating is available 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.
The new Randolph College tennis complex features 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 College’s nationally recognized Riding Program has its own nearly 100-acre facility just minutes from campus at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Program has won three ODAC championships since 2002 and in 2014 one rider earned a national championship. Both women and men may compete on the equestrian team, but the Riding Program provides instruction for the casual rider as well.
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Randolph student athletes excel both on the playing field and in the classroom! Our expanding athletics program offers NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports for women and men in basketball, soccer, lacrosse, tennis, track and field, and cross country; and for women in softball and volleyball. WildCat fans turn out to cheer for all men’s and women’s teams.