RANDOLPH ROADRUNNERS TRACK AND FIELD CLUB
a non profit 501(c)3 youth organization
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“Our mission is to prepare young athletes to excel both academically and athletically. We ensure that our program participants understand that without academic achievement the junior athlete does not have an arena in which to perform. Further, we offer a program which will develop and improve individual as well as team skills, promote good sportsmanship, team spirit.”
DID YOU KNOW
We are the largest track & field club in the San Antonio area. Our club consists of athletes from San Antonio and the surrounding areas interested in developing their track & field skills.
Over 100 plus athletes who have participated in our program have gone to college on track scholarships.
Darold Williamson, the 2004 USA Gold Medal Winner who anchored the 4x400 meter relay team in Athens, Greece is a former member of the Randolph Roadrunners.
Cedric Griffin, a former Roadrunner is a member of the 2006 Rose Bowl National Champion Texas Longhorn Football Team. He was selected in the 2006 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.
Everyday our former Roadrunners are seen competing at the highest levels ranging from NCAA Track and Field, Law School, NFL, NBA and even the Olympics. You are only limited by your dreams.
We would like to say thanks to all of 2018 Randolph Roadrunners Track & Field Club’s head coaches as well as our great coaches from the past.
Bill Barko “Founder”- 1990-1992
Harry and Corkey Playfair- 1992-1994
Danny White- 1994-2003
Duane Dunkley- 2003-2006
Amely Harris- 2006-2007
Joe Jacques- 2007-2016
Ronnie Dawkins 2016-Present
The athletes, parents and entire communities would like to thank you for the numerous hours you have committed in order to make this track club a successful organization. We are a non-profit organization 501(c)3 and member of the South Texas Association of Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) with a strong commitment to our community and to our athletes. We were established in 1990 and became a member of the South Texas Amateur Athletic Union (AAU).
Our club provides the San Antonio area youth an opportunity to develop their skills and abilities in track and field events. In addition, our program stresses the importance of young athletes excelling in the classroom as well as on the track. We mentor the youth and provide referrals to participants and their parents regarding academic assistance and a wide range of social services. Our mission is to prepare young athletes to excel both academically and athletically. We ensure that our program participants understand that without academic achievement the junior athlete does not have an arena in which to perform.
Further, we offer a program which will develop and improve individual as well as team skills, promote good sportsmanship, team spirit, and encourage club loyalty. Our coaching staff is made up of individuals who are very knowledgeable and are highly regarded in the area of track and field, and they volunteer their time in this capacity. The coaches bring years of track and field experience to our organization.