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Four to be Added to R-MC Athletics Hall of Fame

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ASHLAND, Va. - The Randolph-Macon Athletics Hall of Fame will welcome four new members on November 2, 2019.

The quartet includes Aimee Beightol '99 (soccer and basketball), Matt Meehan '99 (basketball), Erin Riedy Meehan '02 (lacrosse) and Mike Woolfolk '79 (football).

Beightol was a four-time All-ODAC selection in soccer and was recognized twice for basketball. She was VaSID All-State First Team three times as well as All-South Region First Team three times. In 1996, Beightol was named an All-American after being a Regional All-America selection in 1995. She helped the Yellow Jackets win ODAC titles in 1995 and 1996 and earn NCAA Tournament bids in both seasons. During her four-year career, R-MC went 62-18-5 overall and 30-1-3 in ODAC matches.

On the basketball court, Beightol was All-ODAC First Team and ODAC Rookie of the Year in 1996. She was also voted All-ODAC First Team as a senior in 1999, as well as All-State by the Virginia Sports Information Directors and by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Beightol helped the Yellow Jackets win ODAC regular season crowns in 1996, 1998 and 1999 as well as an ODAC Tournament title in 1996. R-MC earned NCAA Tournament bids in 1996, 1998 and 1999, with a Sweet Sixteen appearance in 1996. The Yellow Jackets were 87-23 overall during her four-year career, including 69-11 in ODAC contests. She is seventh on R-MC's career scoring list at 14.3 points per game. Beightol won the Susan DeNagy Award in 1999 as the top female student-athlete at R-MC.

Meehan was a four-year letter winner for R-MC and is fifth in program history in career scoring with 1,574 points. He is 10th in program history with a scoring average of 14.7 points per game, 10th with 684 career rebounds and 10th in career free throw percentage at 81.5%. Meehan was All-ODAC First Team three times and All-South Region First Team twice. Meehan averaged 18.4 points and 8.3 rebounds as a senior, earning All-America Second Team honors. He helped the Yellow Jackets earn three trips to the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the second round in 1999. R-MC went 75-33 during his career.

Riedy Meehan, married to Matt Meehan, helped the Yellow Jacket women's lacrosse team post a 48-18 mark over four seasons, including 29-3 in ODAC play. R-MC won ODAC titles in 2000 and 2002, earning an NCAA Tournament spot in 2000 and reaching the second round of the NCAA tourney in 2002. The Yellow Jackets were ranked No. 19 in the final 2001 IWLCA national poll. R-MC was third in the South Atlantic Region poll and No. 13 in the final IWLCA poll. Riedy Meehan was All-ODAC First Team for three seasons, including ODAC Player of the Year as a senior. She was a member of the ODAC All-Tournament Team in 2001 and 2002. Riedy Meehan was an IWLCA First Team South Atlantic Regional All-American in 2001. She was US DIII Second Team All-American in 2001 and 2002. Riedy Meehan is first in program history with 91 goals in a season (2002) and with 256 career goals. She is third with 99 points in a season (2002) and fourth with 298 career points.

Woolfolk was a three-year letter winner and was All-ODAC First Team three times. He was the Back of the Year in the state of Virginia by the Richmond Touchdown Club in 1976 after leading the ODAC with 1,042 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. Woolfolk was Honorable Mention All-America in 1977. Woolfolk finished his career with 2,607 rushing yards and was the career leader at the time of his graduation. He also scored 28 career touchdowns.