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Coaches

Carroll LaHaye Head Women's Basketball Coach

Carroll LaHaye enters her 36th season as head coach of the nationally-renowned women's basketball program at Randolph-Macon in 2017-18. LaHaye ranks 7th nationally in total number of victories in Division III Women's Basketball and 30th for most wins among all active head coaches at all divisions of NCAA Women's Basketball. She ranks 17th in most victories for all Division III coaches in history.

In 2018, LaHaye became the 59th NCAA coach across all divisions of Women's Basketball to reach the 600 win milestone as she won her 600th game against Lynchburg 71-59 on January 20, 2018.

2016-17 saw the Yellow Jackets appear in the ODAC Tournament semi-final game and finish the season at 16-12. LaHaye mentored ODAC Rookie of the Year, Kelly Williams, in 2016-17.

In 2015, LaHaye led the Yellow Jackets to a 20-5 mark with a 13-3 record in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

The Yellow Jackets won the ODAC championship in 2013-14. R-MC advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the eighth time since 2003. Randolph-Macon was 23-6 overall, 13-3 in conference play and 14-0 at home in Crenshaw Gymnasium.

On January 13, 2012, LaHaye became just the 15th Division III Women's Basketball Coach to record 500 victories as the Yellow Jackets topped Roanoke College, 82-70.

In addition to her 587 wins, LaHaye has spearheaded a program that has hung eight Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championship banners in Crenshaw Gymnasium during her tenure.

LaHaye directed her teams to 10 consecutive winning seasons from 2002-03 to 2011-12 and 22 overall during her time in Ashland. The Yellow Jackets have posted 13 seasons in which they have won 20 or more games and have played for the ODAC title on 11 occasions. Since joining the ODAC in 1989-90, R-MC has won a staggering 74% of its games, earning 372 victories over their conference foes during that time.

A three-time ODAC Coach of the Year, LaHaye's squads have garnered national attention, advancing to the NCAA Sweet 16 on four occasions, trips to the Elite 8 twice and a place in the 2005 National Championship Game.

Hannah Livermon Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Randolph-Macon alumnae Hannah Livermon joined the women's basketball staff as an assistant coach ahead of the 2017-2018 season. Livermon, a 2016 R-MC graduate, played for the Yellow Jackets between 2012 and 2016.

Livermon completed her Masters of Education degree in Sports Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2017. There, she served as the VCU Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach, helping to coach the Rams to a 16-15 overall record in 2016-2017.

Prior to being hired at R-MC, Livermon worked for the CarMax Foundation assisting in the operation of the Foundation’s summer basketball league and community projects. Livermon also coached and counseled for Duke Women’s Basketball Camp and Randolph-Macon’s basketball camps, teaching youth of all ages the skills needed for basketball.

During her time as an undergraduate at R-MC, Livermon also served in the athletics office as an assistant.

As a student-athlete for the Yellow Jackets, Livermon earned All-ODAC Second Team honors in 2015 and 2016, as well as All-Academic honors during her time with the College. Livermon was recognized as an ODAC Player of the Week during her senior year in November of 2015. She currently holds the 9th spot on the list of All-Time Scorers in R-MC history with 1,383 points scored during her career. She is also the All-Time Three Points Made record holder with 266 made three-pointers. Livermon served as vice president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as well as appeared on the Dean’s List and was honored with the Dean’s Award.

The Yellow Jackets compiled a record of 63-45 overall and 38-26 in the ODAC during Livermon’s time with R-MC. The team also won the 2013-2014 ODAC title and competed in NCAA First Round play during Livermon’s tenure.