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

2011-2012 (Sophomore): 400 IM: Finished seventh at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 4:22.13… 200 IM: Finished 19th at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 2:05.23… 200-yard breaststroke: Finished 20th at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 2:21.24.

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 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... Anthropology major... 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.”

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