All-American Dominic Randolph

Dominic Randolph

Payton Award Watch List
Randolph's Bio Entering 2009
2009 Holy Cross Stats
2009 Patriot League Stats
2009 NCAA Stats

Senior • Quarterback
6'3" • 223 pounds
Amelia, Ohio
St. Xavier High School

2009 Season Highlights

• Placed fifth in the voting for the 2009 Walter Payton Award as the national player of the year in the football championship subdivision.
• Named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year for the third straight season.
• Earned ECAC Player of the Year honors, and received the Harry Agganis Award as the top senior player in New England.
• Selected as a second team All-American by the Associated Press, while earning third team All-America honors from the Sports Network.
•Chosen first team All-Patriot League, in addition to making the New England Football Writers All-Star Team and the ECAC All-Star Team.
• Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
• Completed 310 of 485 passes on the year for 3,776 yards and 34 touchdowns with 15 interceptions.
• Also led the team in rushing with 480 yards and seven touchdowns, and had 4,256 yards of total offense.
• Led the Patriot League in total offense, while standing second in passing yards and fourth in pass efficiency.
• Led the nation in total offense, while standing second in points responsible for, third in completions, fourth in passing yards and 13th in pass efficiency.
• Set Holy Cross single-season records for yards of total offense, touchdown passes and touchdowns responsible for; while ranking second all-time for passing yards, completions, pass attempts and pass efficiency rating; and third for completion percentage.
• Connected on 31 of 51 attempts for 347 yards and three touchdowns at Villanova in the NCAA playoffs.
• Hit on 29 of 48 passes for 271 yards and a touchdown at Bucknell.
• Completed 23 of 37 passes for 348 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the victory over No. 20 Lafayette to clinch the Patriot League title.
• Connected on 23 of 37 attempts for 247 yards and two scores at Lehigh, while leading an 81-yard drive in the closing minutes to win the game.
• Hit on 23 of 35 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns in the victory at Fordham, while rushing for 75 yards on 16 carries.
• Accounted for 404 yards of total offense and six touchdowns in the win over No. 17 Colgate, including a career-high 116 rushing yards.
• Threw for 264 yards and three touchdowns in the victory over Dartmouth, in addition to rushing for 30 yards.
• Completed 38 of 53 passes for 411 yards and four touchdowns at Brown, including two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to tie the score.
• Connected on 16 of 24 attempts for 305 yards and five touchdowns in the victory at Northeastern.
• Hit on 25 of 39 passes for 293 yards and two scores in the win over No. 25 Harvard, in addition to rushing for 41 yards and a touchdown.
• Accounted for four TDs and 338 total yards against Sacred Heart, while hitting on 36 of 56 passes for 414 yards and two scores against Georgetown.
• Named the Sports Network National Offensive Player of the Week following the Georgetown game.
• Named the preseason Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year by the conference’s head coaches and SIDs.
• Has become the first player in school history to serve as a team captain for three seasons.
• Named a preseason second team All-American by The Sports Network and Phil Steele’s 2009 College Football Preview, while earning honorable mention distinction from Consensus Draft Services and College Sporting News.

Career Highlights

• Over the course of his career as a Crusader, completed 1,131 of 1,786 attempts for 13,455 yards and 117 touchdowns.
• In 43 games played, ranks first all-time at Holy Cross in career touchdown passes (117), career passing yards (13,455), career yards of total offense (14,240), career completions (1,131), career pass attempts (1,786), career completion percentage (.633) and career pass efficiency rating (143.1).
• Broke the all-time NCAA football championship subdivision records for completions and pass attempts, while ranking third all-time in passing yards, and fifth in yards of total offense and touchdown passes.
• Holy Cross had an overall record of 30-13 in the 43 games which Randolph played during his collegiate career.
• Had 24 career games with at least 300 passing yards and seven career games with at least 400 passing yards, both school records.
• Holds the all-time football championship subdivision records for consecutive games with 200 yards passing (41) and consecutive games with a touchdowns pass (42), while tying the record for consecutive games with 300 yards of total offense (13).
• Placed ninth in the voting for the 2008 Walter Payton Award as the national player of the year in the FCS, after finishing 12th in 2007.
• Selected as the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008, in addition to earning first team All-Patriot League honors both years.
• Received the 2008 Gold Helmet from the New England Football Writers and the 2008 George “Bulger” Lowe Award from the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston. Both awards honor the Division I Player of the Year in New England.
• Chosen to the New England Football Writers All-Star team in both 2007 and 2008.
• Earned honorable mention All-America honors from The Sports Network in both 2007 and 2008.
• A third team All-Northeast Region selection by Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette in 2006.
• Has been named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week 15 times in his career, including a record four straight weeks on two occasions.
• A six-time recipient of the Gold Helmet, as the New England Player of the Week (twice in both 2007 and 2009, and once each in 2006 and 2008).
• Over the course of his career, has been selected as the Sports Network National Offensive Player of the Week three times, the Don Hansen’s
National Weekly Football Gazette National Offensive Player of the Week once, and the ECAC Player of the Week five times.
• In 2008, set school single season records for passing yards, total offense, completions and pass attempts, while tying the record for touchdown passes.
• In 2008, led the nation in total offense, passing yards and completions, while standing second in points responsible for, and 22nd in pass efficiency.
• In 2007, ranked second in the nation in passing yards, total offense and completions, fifth in points responsible for and 21st in pass efficiency.
• In 2006, ranked eighth in the nation in passing yards, ninth in completions, 10th in total offense and 20th in passing efficiency.
• Led the Patriot League in passing yards and total offense in 2006, 2007 and 2008, and in pass efficiency in 2007 and 2008.

RANDOLPH'S FINAL CAREER STATISTICS

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Season Comp. Att. Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Effic.
2006 184 299 6 61.5 2237 19 53 141.3
2007 297 482 8 61.6 3604 30 48 141.6
2008 340 520 17 65.4 3838 34 75 142.4
2009 310 485 15 63.9 3776 34 50 146.3
Career 1131 1786 46 63.3 13455 117 75 143.1

 

 

------------Rushing------------

Att. Yards Avg. TD Long
49 89 1.8 1 48
51 137 2.7 4 32
65 79 1.2 4 20
113 480 4.2 7 27
278 785 2.8 16 48

 

 

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