Beth Felts Randall '04

Inducted 2017

It’s hard to imagine a high school student garnering the number of athletic accolades that Beth Felts Randall, a part of ten state championships, did during her years at Baylor.

Randall was a leader on five consecutive state champion Raider golf teams (1999-2003), during a historic stretch of 16 straight titles (1995-2010) for the Baylor girls. To that list, she added two individual state championships of her own, wearing the crown in 2001 and 2003.

When she wasn’t wearing out opponents on the golf course, Randall was also a big part of another Baylor dynasty, winning three straight state championships with the Baylor soccer team. The Raiders won in 2001, 2002, and 2003 with Randall taking home the Most Valuable Player award at the 2002 state tournament.

Randall continued her golf career at the University of Kentucky where she was named Academic All-SEC three times, twice made the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the NGCA All-American Scholar Team, and was the 2007 SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year.

After graduating from Kentucky, Randall entered dental school and now practices at Chattanooga Periodontics and Dental Implants. Outside of her work, she enjoys spending time with her husband Ken and their son Harrison.

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