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Faith  Randolph


Derwood, Md.

High School:
Our Lady of Good Counsel




Virginia Has 314 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 4,143 student-athletes recognized


Faith Randolph Earns Second ACC Honor

Randolph named to the Head Coaches' All-ACC Second Team


Randolph and Mason Earn ACC All-Academic Honors

Virginia women's basketball's guards are lauded for a combination of academic and athletic achievement


Virginia Falls to Miami in ACC Tourney Second Round, 62-52

Faith Randolph scored the 1,000th point of her career in the loss


Virginia Takes on Miami in ACC Tournament Second Round

Ninth-seeded Cavaliers face eighth-seeded Hurricanes on Thursday, March 5 at 2 p.m. at the Greensboro Coliseum


Virginia vs. No. 8 Louisville

USATSI photos of women's basketball vs. Louisville on March 1, 2015


Women's Basketball vs. Louisville (By Kelsey Grant)

Women's Basketball vs. Louisville (By Kelsey Grant)


Faith Randolph Photo Gallery

Faith Randolph Photo Gallery


Women's Basketball vs. Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Women's Basketball vs. Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)


Women's Basketball vs. Duke (by Matt Riley)

Women's Basketball vs. Duke (by Matt Riley)

1/21/14 Randolph Web Feature | 1/15/15 Randolph Web Feature

Faith Randolph Photo Gallery


• Second Team All-ACC (Blue Ribbon Panel and Head Coaches)
• ACC All-Academic Team
• VaSID All-State Second Team
• Sixth in the ACC in scoring average (16.4) and 12th in field goal shooting percentage (39.9)
• Randolph leads the ACC and is ranked seventh in the nation in free throw percentage (90.7)
• Randolph is the second-straight Cavalier to pace the conference in free throw shooting. Kelsey Wolfe won last year's crown with an 89.5 percent efficiency
• Randolph is just the fifth player in ACC history to win the free throw crown while shooting over 90 percent from the stripe
• Became the 31st member of UVa's 1000 Point Club with 4:06 remaining in the first half of the ACC Tournament game against Miami
• Was the final ACC Player of the Week for the 2014-15 season after scoring 23 points and handing out eight assists in Virginia's upset win over No. 8 Louisville. In two games that week, Randolph totaled 14 field goals (including 6-of-8 from 3-point range) with 13 assists.
• Tallied 11 20-point games including three 25-point performances
• Opened the season with a 25-point performance against Ohio State, one point shy of her career high, taking 22 shots in the game
• Scored 26 points at Xavier, matching her career high. It also made her the 21st player in program history to record three or more 25-point games in UVa career
• Averaged 20.2 ppg in the first five games
• Led the team in scoring the entire season
• FIU Thanksgiving Classic All-Tournament Team; Cavalier Classic All-Tourney
• Went 8-of-8 from the free throw line in the final 69 seconds vs Saint Mary's, helping to seal the victory and giving her her 4th 20-pt game of the year
• Had back-to-back 20-point games for the first time in her career, scoring 26 in the next game against Howard
• Back-to-back-to-back 20-point games against Syracuse (24), BC (23) and Louisville (24)
• Back-to-back 20-point games to close out the regular season (24 at UNC and 23 vs Louisville)
• ACC Academic Honor Roll


• Was voted the ACC Sixth Player of the Year, the second-ever Cavalier to earn the honor
• Led all ACC "bench" players in scoring, averaging 11.8 points per game and is second in steals at 1.6 per game
• Her 11.8 points per game was third-best on the team and ranked No. 28 among all ACC players
• Has only started four games this season, and none during ACC play, but has appeared in every game
• Averaged just 5.0 points per game last season
• Ranks 14th in the ACC in free throw percentage (76.4 percent)
• Scored in double digit points in 17 games with five 20-point performances
• Scored 18 points in the season-opener at JMU, following with 19 points against High Point
• Came off the bench to score 14 points in 23 minutes against LA Tech with a career-high six assists
• Scored a then-career-high 22 points in 25 minutes against UMES, going 4-of-6 from 3-pt range
• Started the first two games of the season. Returned to the starting lineup against FGCU
• Shot 70% against Pitt, going 7-of-10 overall and 6-of-7 from FT line w/ 5 reb and 2 steals
• Made her first five field goal attempts in the second half against Notre Dame, finishing the game with a then-career-high 23 points
• Scored a season high 26 points against Florida State
• Scored 24 points and had a season high 8 rebounds against North Carolina
• Went 9-of-9 from the free throw line against North Carolina
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Appeared in all 30 games with seven starts
• Made her collegiate debut playing 23 minutes against JMU, scoring 5 pts with 2 rebounds
• Had her first career double-digit scoring effort (10 pts) vs. Syracuse
• Had seven assists in the two games of the San Juan Shootout
• Had her first career start against Coppin State, scoring six points with four rebounds, two steals, and an assist
• Made her second career start at Boston College, scoring six points in 22 minutes
• Scored 12 points in her start at Clemson, hitting a pair of three-pointers
• Scored 19 points in the regular-season finale vs. No. 24 Florida State, making 8 (of 18) field goals in a career-high 39 minutes
• Followed that with a 15-point performance in the ACC Tournament first-round game against Boston College

High School
• Ranked as the No. 26 prospect in the class by ESPNHoopGurlz
• Our Lady of Good Counsel squad won WCAC Championship in 2011-12
• Named WCAC Player of the Year her senior season
• Was also named first team All-Gazette Player of the Year and first team All-Met in 2011-12
• Attended USA Basketball U18 trials in Colorado Springs during the summer of 2012

• Parents are Deborah and Gary Randolph
• Women, Gender & Sexuality major




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