9 - Dominic Randolph
Dominic Randolph
Height: 6-3
Weight: 223
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Amelia, Ohio
High School: St. Xavier
Position: QB

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***Walter Payton Award Candidate***

Will be the Crusaders’ team captain ... The first player in school history to serve as a captain for three seasons ... Ranks first all-time at Holy Cross in career touchdown passes (83), career yards of total offense (9,984), career completions (821), career pass attempts (1,301) and career completion percentage (.631), while standing second in career passing yards (9,679) and career pass efficiency (141.9 rating) ... Enters the season 25th all-time in NCAA football championship subdivision history in career passing yards, 26th in career yards of total offense, and 28th in career touchdown passes ... Has 18 career games with at least 300 passing yards and five career games with at least 400 passing yards, both school records.

2008: Named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season, in addition to being a first team All-Patriot League selection ... Received the Gold Helmet from the New England Football Writers and the George “Bulger” Lowe Award from the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston (both awards honor the Division I Player of the Year in New England) ... Selected to the New England Football Writers All-Star team ... Placed ninth in the voting for the Walter Payton Award ... Earned honorable mention All-America honors from The Sports Network ... Received the Dr. H. Martin Deranian Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Massachusetts ... Completed 340 of 520 passes on the year for 3,838 yards and 34 touchdowns with 17 interceptions ... Also rushed for 79 yards and four touchdowns, and had 3,917 yards of total offense ... Led the Patriot League in passing yards, total offense and pass efficiency ... Led the nation in total offense, passing yards and completions, while standing second in points responsible for, and 23rd in passing efficiency ... Set school single-season records for passing yards, total offense, completions and pass attempts, while tying the record for touchdown passes ... Also placed second on the Holy Cross single-season list for completion percentage and fourth for passing efficiency ... Selected as the Sports Network National Offensive Player of the Week after the victory over Brown ... Named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week five times (following the Brown, Lehigh, Fordham, Bucknell and Lafayette games) ... Tied his own conference record by taking home Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week honors four weeks in a row ... Earned ECAC Offensive Player of the Week honors after the Brown, Bucknell and Fordham games ... Received the Boston Globe Gold Helmet as the Division I Player of the Week in New England following the Brown game ... Connected on 41 of 54 passes for a season-high 430 yards and four scores against Brown, tying his school single-game record for completions ... Threw for 398 yards and four scores on 38 of 49 passing against Bucknell ... Completed 35 of 59 passes for 407 yards and five touchdowns against Fordham ... Hit on 28 of 49 attempts for 422 yards and three scores at Lafayette, including a 37-yard touchdown pass to win the game with six seconds left ... Connected on 28 of 39 passes for 330 yards and three touchdowns against Lehigh ... Received the Dr. Edward N. Anderson Award following the contest with Lehigh, as the Most Valuable Player of Holy Cross’ Family Weekend game ... Hit on 33 of 45 passes for 391 yards and two touchdowns in the victory at Dartmouth, in addition to rushing for a score ... Completed 41 of 63 passes for 376 yards and three touchdowns at Yale, while leading two 90-yard touchdown drives in the fourth quarter to force overtime ... Set new school single-game records for both completions and pass attempts against Yale ... Completed 16 of 27 attempts for 316 yards and three touchdowns in the regular season finale at Colgate ... Threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns on 25 of 39 passing in the victory at Georgetown, while also rushing for a score ... Hit on 27 of 52 attempts for 239 yards and a score at Harvard, in addition to rushing for a touchdown ... Completed 28 of 44 passes for 249 yards and three touchdowns against No. 4 Massachusetts.

2007: Named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, and received first team All-Patriot League honors ... Placed 12th in the voting for the 2007 Walter Payton Award, given to the National Player of the Year in the football championship subdivision ... Selected to the New England Football Writers All-Star Team ... Named an honorable mention All-American by the Sports Network ... Completed 297 of 482 passes on the season for 3,604 yards and 30 touchdowns with just eight interceptions, in addition to rushing 51 times for 137 yards and four scores ... Had a pass efficiency rating of 141.6, while averaging 327.6 passing yards and 340.1 yards of total offense per game ... Ranked second in the nation in passing yards, total offense and completions, fifth in points responsible for and 21st in passing efficiency ... Led the Patriot League in passing yards, total offense and pass efficiency ... Stands second on the Holy Cross single-season lists for total offense (3,741), completions (297) and pass attempts (482), while ranking third for passing yards (3,604) and touchdown passes (30), fourth for completion percentage (61.6) and fifth for passing efficiency (141.6) ... Had a streak of 199 passes thrown without an interception, spanning five games from Oct. 6-Nov. 3 ... Earned Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week honors three times (following the Colgate, Georgetown and Harvard games) ... Received the Boston Globe Gold Helmet as the New England Division I Player of the Week following the wins over Harvard and Brown ... Named National Offensive Player of the Week by Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette and ECAC Offensive Player of the Week following the Harvard game ... Selected as the National Offensive Player of the Week by the Sports Network after the victory over Colgate ... Hit on 29 of 42 attempts for 441 yards and three touchdowns in the season-ending victory over Colgate, while rushing six times for 32 yards ... Set new career-highs for both passing yards and yards of total offense (473) against the Raiders, which were both the second-highest totals in school history ... Completed 29 of 37 passes for 404 yards and six touchdowns in the victory at Brown, including two scoring strikes in the fourth quarter ... Set a career high for touchdown passes against the Bears ... Connected on 29 of 55 attempts for 339 yards and four touchdowns in the victory over Harvard, including a 40-yard scoring pass to Thomas Harrison with 19 seconds remaining to win the game ... Received the Johnny Turco Award following the Harvard game, as Holy Cross’ Homecoming MVP ... Hit on 22 of 32 attempts for 375 yards and three scores in the 59-10 victory at Lehigh ... Threw for 363 yards and three touchdowns on 30 of 43 passing in the win at Bucknell ... Completed 32 of 53 passes for 309 yards and three touchdowns against Fordham, while rushing for 26 yards on five carries ... Connected on 24 of 35 attempts for 298 yards and two touchdowns in the win over Dartmouth, while rushing twice for 15 yards and another score ... Threw for 302 yards and two scores on 22 of 33 passing in the win over Georgetown.

2006: Named third team All-Northeast Region by Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette ... Played in nine games on the season, starting eight times ... Completed 184 of 299 passes on the year for 2,237 yards and 19 touchdowns with just six interceptions ... Finished the season with 2,326 yards of total offense, while being responsible for 122 points ... Led the Patriot League in total offense and passing yards, while placing second in pass efficiency rating (141.3) ... Ranked eighth in the nation in passing yards, ninth in completions, 10th in total offense and 20th in passing efficiency ... Placed fifth on the Holy Cross single-season list for completion percentage, sixth for passing efficiency and ninth for touchdown passes ... Earned Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week honors four weeks a row (following the Fordham, Brown, Dartmouth and Lafayette games), becoming the first player in conference history to accomplish that feat ... Named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week and won the Boston Globe Gold Helmet Award following the victory at Lafayette ... Completed 34 of 46 passes for 352 yards and four touchdowns at Lafayette, in addition to rushing for a score ... Hit on 20 of 32 passes for 259 yards and a touchdown in the win at Dartmouth ... Connected on 30 of 39 attempts for 329 yards and four scores against Brown ... Completed 19 of 27 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns against Fordham, while rushing for 23 yards ... Threw for 309 yards and two scores against Lehigh ... Hit on 19 of 33 attempts for 277 yards and two touchdowns against Bucknell ... Passed for 268 yards and two scores at Colgate, in addition to rushing for 67 yards.

2005: Did not see any varsity action due to injury, and received a medical redshirt.

High School: Two year starter for the football team at St. Xavier High School ... Threw for 2,450 yards and 17 touchdowns during his career ... Team had a 12-1 record when he started ... Led team to the Greater Cincinnati League title during senior season ... Named to the Honor Roll ... Also a member of the St. Xavier basketball team.

Personal: Son of Charles and Rose Randolph ... Father played football at the University of Michigan ... Majoring in Economics and Accounting.


Randolph's Passing Statistics
YEAR    GP-GS   COMP-ATT   INT    PCT   YARDS   TD   LONG
2006      9-8    184-299     6   61.5    2237   19     53
2007    11-11    297-482     8   61.6    3604   30     48
2008    11-11    340-520    17   65.4    3838   34     75
TOTAL   31-30   821-1301    31   63.1    9679   83     75

 


Randolph's Rushing Statistics
YEAR   GP-GS   ATT   YARDS   AVG   TD   LONG
2006     9-8    49      89   1.8    1     48
2007   11-11    51     137   2.7    4     32
2008   11-11    65      79   1.2    4     20
TOTAL  31-30   165     305   1.8    9     48

 


Randolph's Career Highs
Passing Yards        441 vs. Colgate, 11/17/2007
Passing Completions   41 at Yale, 10/4/2008
                      41 vs. Brown, 10/11/2008
Passing Attempts      63 at Yale, 10/4/2008
Longest Pass          75 at Colgate, 11/22/2008
Passing Touchdowns     6 at Brown, 10/6/2007
Interceptions Thrown   3 three times, last vs. Fordham, 11/8/2008
Rushing Yards         67 at Colgate, 11/11/2006
Rushing Attempts      11 at Colgate, 11/11/2006
Longest Rush          48 vs. Fordham, 9/30/2006
Rushing Touchdowns     1 nine times, last at Dartmouth, 10/18/2008
Total Offense        473 vs. Colgate, 11/17/2006

 


Randolph's Game-By-Game Stats
                 -------Passing-------    Total Offense
Opponent         Comp-Att-Yards-TD-Int   Plays-Yards-TD

 


Freshman - 2006
at Georgetown *           10-15-79-0-0          17-82-0
Northeastern             DNP -- injured
at Harvard               DNP -- injured
at Marist                 8-12-101-1-0          15-93-1
Fordham *                19-27-263-3-2         35-286-3
Brown *                  30-39-329-4-0         45-327-4
at Dartmouth *           20-32-259-1-0         41-268-1
at Lafayette *           34-46-352-4-0         51-343-5
Lehigh *                 26-53-309-2-1         56-313-2
Bucknell *               19-33-277-2-2         35-279-2
at Colgate *             18-42-268-2-1         53-335-2
2006 Season Totals   184-299-2237-19-6      348-2326-20

 


Sophomore - 2007
at Massachusetts *       32-62-296-2-0         72-286-3
Harvard *                29-55-339-4-1         61-372-4
Georgetown *             22-33-302-2-1         38-324-3
Yale *                   22-43-230-1-3         49-243-1
at Brown *               29-37-404-6-0         42-423-6
Dartmouth *              24-35-298-2-0         37-313-3
at Lehigh *              22-32-375-3-0         33-378-3
at Bucknell *            30-43-363-3-0         45-363-3
at Fordham *             32-53-309-3-1         58-335-3
Lafayette *              26-47-247-1-2         50-231-2
Colgate *                29-42-441-3-0         48-473-3
2007 Season Totals   297-482-3604-30-8      533-3741-34

 


Junior - 2008
Massachusetts *          28-44-249-3-0         51-260-3
at Harvard *             27-52-239-1-1         58-235-2
at Georgetown *          25-39-280-3-2         46-294-4
at Yale *                41-63-376-3-3         69-372-4
Brown *                  41-54-430-4-0         58-441-4
at Dartmouth *           33-45-391-2-2         52-398-3
Lehigh *                 28-39-330-3-2         46-352-3
Bucknell *               38-49-398-4-1         55-414-5
Fordham                  35-59-407-5-3         61-410-5
at Lafayette             28-49-422-3-2         58-431-3
at Colgate               16-27-316-3-1         31-310-3
2008 Season Totals  340-520-3838-34-17      585-3917-38

 

Career Totals      821-1301-9679-83-31     1466-9984-92

 

* denotes games Randolph started