Cross country coach to be named in coming weeks
2/12/2007 1:38:48 PM
LYNCHBURG Ė The WildCat Athletic Department recently announced the appointment of three new coaches for the newly-formed menís teams. A fourth announcement is expected in the coming weeks.
Paul Sunwall will take the helm of the menís tennis team while Bryan Waggoner and Clay Nunley will lead the menís soccer and basketball teams, respectively. A menís and womenís cross country coach will be named within the next few weeks.
Beginning in the Fall of 2007, the College will add four intercollegiate sports teams for men including tennis, soccer, basketball and cross country. A womenís varsity cross country team will also be added. The team currently competes as a club team. Men will also be welcomed into the current IHSA riding program.
In 2008, the College intends to add lacrosse teams for men and women.
Also in the works is the renovation and expansion of the Collegeís recreational facilities. The new and upgraded facilities will include a new basketball and volleyball arena, pool and team rooms along with greatly expanded weightlifting and fitness areas. These additions follow the recent construction of new softball and soccer fields as well as a Bermuda-grass field hockey field.
Learn more about Paul Sunwall and Randolph College menís tennis here: http://wildcats.rmwc.edu/news/update.asp?id=565
Learn more about Bryon Waggoner and Randolph College menís soccer here: http://wildcats.rmwc.edu/news/update.asp?id=559
Learn more about Clay Nunley and Randolph College menís basketball here: http://wildcats.rmwc.edu/news/update.asp?id=561
Randolph-Macon Womanís College will become Randolph College on July 1, 2007. The College will open its doors to men in the Fall of 2007.
CONTACT: Brenda Edson, Director of Communications