Inside every Randolph student beats the heart of a WildCat.
Nearly 30% of the student body plays on one of our varsity sports teams. The 14-school NCAA Division III Old Dominion Athletic Conference is one of the most competitive in the country and our nationally recognized riding program has won three ODAC championships since 2002. Female athletes compete in basketball, cross country, riding, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. Male athletes compete in cross country, soccer, tennis, basketball, riding, and lacrosse.
Our athletic facilities include a Bermuda-grass playing field, a softball complex, and a 100-acre, indoor/outdoor riding facility.
Construction is complete on the College's new field and track . The facility sports a multi-purpose synthetic turf field, an eight-lane all-weather track, a press box, and a concession area.
Get Out and Stay Active
How many colleges let you bring your horse to school?
At Randolph, we’ve got the Blue Ridge Mountains as neighbors and we make the most of it. Our physical education program offers for-credit classes such as camping, mountain biking, riding and snowboarding.
Our intramural program encourages a healthy dose of competition with sports like flag football, ping-pong and frozen turkey bowling. Yes, frozen turkey bowling.
Join the Team
Think you’ve got what it takes to be a WildCat? Contact our coaches today.