Courtney Randolph
Courtney Randolph
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Davie, Fla.
High School: American Heritage
Position: IM/Distance Freestyle

2010-2011 (Freshman): Received the Tim Jecko Award for outstanding performances in the individual medley… 1,000-yard freestyle: Finished 25th at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 10:18.16… Best finish in the event was against Vermont, second with a time of 10:37.21… 400-yard IM: Finished sixth at the Ivy League Championships with a time of 4:23.92… 200-yard IM: Finished 23rd at the Ivy League Championships with a time of 2:07.02… Fastest time was 2:05.95 in the prelims of the Ivy League Championships… 500-yard freestyle: Best time was 5:10.94 in a third-place finish against Cornell… Best finish in the event was against Vermont, third with a time of 5:12.24. 

Before Yale: Swam for the Plantation Swim club team under coach Dave Wathen… State finalist for five years in the 500 free at American Heritage… Part of the All-American 400 free relay… Scholastic All-American… Team co-captain as a senior… Swam for the Plantation Swim club team… Junior National qualifier in 400 IM and 200 IM… Southern Zone Age Group Championship finalist… Salutatorian of graduating class… Served as editor-in-chief of the school yearbook at American Heritage.  

Personal: Member of Ezra Stiles College... Intends to major in anthropology or psychology... Daughter of Donald and Anne Randolph... Younger sister Jessie swims for Plantation Swim Team... Likes country music and photography. 

Why I Chose Yale: “During my recruiting trip, I truly realized I would be part of not just a great team but a respected tradition. I couldn't ask for a better group of teammates. The unmatched combination of academics and athletics was a perfect fit.”