R-MA Blog

October 9th Soccer Results

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Stephen Latham P'18, German Instructor & Varsity Soccer Coach

On a perfect sunny crisp afternoon R-MA took photos for the yearbook and recognized its seniors on senior night ahead of a home game against SVA. The game that followed turned out to be a classic that added to the festive occasion. SVA came to R-MA with a similar record, but potentially as favorites, having scored more goals and conceded fewer goals against common opponents. 

Middle School Soccer Finishes #2 in VMSC

Monday, October 7, 2019

Joshua Orndorff, R-MA Chaplain & Middle School Soccer Head Coach

The R-MA Middle School soccer team wrapped up the regular reason conference play against Sacred Heart. Securing the #2 seed in the tournament was on the line. The Yellow Jackets came out strong scoring three goals in the first half. Two of those goals were by Nnamdi E. Right before halftime, Sacred Heart found the back of the net to make it 3-1. The Yellow Jackets responded well in the second half as they scored 4 goals. Nnamdi secured a hat trick with his third goal. Wyeth G. and Baruc H. each scored their first goal of the season. Sacred Heart also scored again as time expired.

Cross Country Teams Fight Through Heat

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Don Williams, Cross Country Head Coach

The R-MA Cross Country teams hosted the second DAC meet on Tuesday.  The weather took its toll on all of the runners with a temperature of 92 degrees and lots of humidity.  The boys' team continued to hold on to their 6th place position just slightly behind the 5th place team.  Ben Kopjanski continues to be the number one runner for R-MA, and moved up in the overall rankings to 18th place.  He is just three places away from becoming an All-District runner.  Lawrence Carvana had the biggest change in his time as he dropped a minute and a half and moved into

The Power of Grit: Middle School Soccer Fights Back

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Joshua Orndorff, R-MA Chaplain & Middle School Soccer Head Coach

"Inspire the RISE Within" is the new mission statement of Randolph-Macon Academy. It was incredible to see the RISE in the Middle School soccer team yesterday. The Yellow Jackets got off to a slow start against Wakefield Country Day School. The Fighting Owls took a three-goal lead into halftime. The Yellow Jackets had their chances, but they did not capitalize on them. The Fighting Owls added to their lead in the second half to make it 0-4.