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20 Faith Randolph
Faith  Randolph

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Derwood, Md.

High School:
Our Lady of Good Counsel

Height:
5-10

Position:
Guard

03/22/2016

Virginia Season Ends with a 65-57 Loss at Hofstra

Cavaliers fall in the Round of 16 of the WNIT

03/22/2016

Virginia’s Season Ends with a 65-57 Loss at Hofstra

Cavaliers fall in the Round of 16 of the WNIT

02/25/2016

Virginia Holds off North Carolina to Win 72-68

Mikayla Venson broke UVA's single-season three-point record

07/15/2015

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

Conference has record 4,143 student-athletes recognized

03/09/2015

Faith Randolph Earns Second ACC Honor

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

03/03/2016

UVA vs. Duke - ACC Championship

Duke holds off Hoos 57-53 in ACC Tournament in Greensboro, N.C.

01/07/2016

Women's Basketball vs. Notre Dame (by Matt Riley)

Women's Basketball vs. Notre Dame (by Matt Riley)

12/29/2015

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

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

12/21/2015

Virginia @ Ohio State

Dec. 21, 2015

12/02/2015

Iowa 85, UVA 73

UVA falls to Iowa 85-73.

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

Faith Randolph Photo Gallery

AT VIRGINIA

2015-16 SEASON

  • Finished her career with 1,346 points, ranking 17th on the Virginia career scoring list
  • ACC All-Academic Team
  • Preseason All-ACC
  • Scored 17 points with 7 rebounds and 4 steals against Norfolk State in 17 min-utes, going 6-9 from the field
  • Scored 17 points with 8 assists (tying a career high), 6 rebounds and 3 steals against Charleston Southern
  • Matched her career high with 26 points at Ohio State, scoring 14 of them in the third quarter, earning co-ACC Player of the Week honors, her second time in her career she garnered the honor
  • Scored 16 points while also logging eight assists (with one turnover) in the win over No. 22 Miami
  • Suffered a broken hand in the game against Notre Dame (1/7), returning at BC after missing nine games
  • Scored 17 points with six rebounds and a career-high five steals against Louisville, her second game back
  • Followed that with her first career double-double with 13 pts/ 13 rebs vs Clemson (2/21)
  • Scored 21 points in the WNIT opener at VCU (3/17); grabbed a steal in the final 30 seconds in a tie game and then scored the game-winning free throws with 1.8 seconds remaining
  • Followed that with a 23-point performance at Rutgers at in the second round
  • Had a double-double in the final game of her collegiate career, scoring 13 points with 10 rebounds in the WNIT Round-of-16 game at Hofstra


2014-15 SEASON

  • 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 led the ACC and is ranked seventh in the nation in free throw percentage (90.7)
  • Second-straight Cavalier to pace the conference in free throw shooting. Kelsey Wolfe won last year's crown with an 89.5 percent efficiency
  • 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


2013-14 SEASON

  • 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
  • Only started four games, none during ACC play, but appeared in every game
  • Ranked 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

2012-13 SEASON

  • 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

PERSONAL

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

RANDOLPH'S CAREER STATS

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