Bridgewater College senior Hanna Randolph received the Dr. Jacob S. Huffman Outstanding Student Leadership Award. The award is presented annually to a senior to support them as they embark on a career, either in the workforce or in the pursuit of graduate studies. This year’s award totaled $1,000.
Randolph, a senior business administration major from Woodbridge, Va., is a standout member of the College’s women’s soccer team, serving as captain her senior year and receiving accolades including Female Scholar Athlete of the Year, Most Valuable Player and the Golden Eagle Award, given to one member of each athletic team who exemplifies the ideals of team culture and work ethic.
Outside of athletics, Randolph is involved in BC’s Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), serving one-year terms as historian and then president. In addition, she is a national and Shenandoah Valley SHRM member. During her time at BC, she has been a mentor to first-year students on campus through the Eagle Success program and involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Randolph is a member of the national leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa. She is also a member of the student-athlete honor society Chi Alpha Sigma and president of Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication association honor society.
Following graduation, Randolph will be staying at BC for another year to pursue a master’s degree in human resource management. She will also be working as the human resources coordinator for the LYCRA Company in Waynesboro, Va., and continuing her collegiate athletics career this fall on the women’s soccer team.