Women's Soccer

    Dominique Randle
    Dominique  Randle

    RS Senior

    Sammamish, Wash.

    High School:
    Skyline HS




    Human Biology


    Mills Earned Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week Honors

    The junior netted the the game-winning goal vs. USD.


    Reserves Come Up Big As The No. 17 Trojans Defeat UC Riverside 2-0

    McKenzie Taylor and Sydney Johnson score first goals of the year in the victory.


    USC Holds On to Defeat No. 17 Washington 2-1 on the Road

    First-half goals from Katie Johnson and Jamie Fink proved to be the difference.


    All-Around Team Win as No. 18 USC Defeats Utah 2-0

    Alex Quincey tallies two more goals for nine on the season.


    Quincey Diving Header Propels Women of Troy to 1-0 Win Over Long Beach State in Season Opener

    The Trojans scored in the 79th minute and held off a surging Long Beach State team to hold on for the win.

    2015: Randle started all 23 games for the Trojans as a stalwart defensive back for the Trojans…Played all 90 minutes in 16 games…Led a Trojan defense that finished tied for first in the Pac-12 through the regular season, allowing just 11 goals through 20 games … Randle’s defense led the conference with a goals against average of 0.54…At one point during the season, Randle and the Trojans went 336 total minutes, over five different contests, without giving up a goal…Led the Trojans as they became the only team in the Pac-12 to go three-straight games (all in conference), without allowing a goal … Earned Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week honors for the week of Aug. 17-23, leading a staunch Trojan defense that held two then-top 15 teams (Florida State, Texas Tech) scoreless for 172 minutes at the NM Lobos Invitational...Added one assist on the year, Aug. 28 at UC Riverside.

    In her first healthy season after recovering from knee surgery, Randle became the anchor in the Trojans' defensive unit, appearing in all 21 ans starting all but one...Led the team with 1806 minutes played.

    2013: Did not see action in 2013 due to injury.

    2012: Randle redshirted her first season at USC due to injury.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Randle was named ESPN Rise's Player to Watch as a sophomore at Skyline High in Sammamish, Wash.... Team won league and state titles in 2008... In 2009, won state championship again and was named to all-league second team... As a junior, named to all-league first team... Won league title and reached state semifinals... Received 2010 all-state honorable mention... Injured in senior season after named to ESPN Rise's Fall Starting Eleven... As a junior, anchored defense that had 13 shutouts and allowed a record-low nine goals, while adding four assists... 2009 team had nine shutouts... Played club for Eastside FC, winning 2012 state championship... Played in ODP for Region IV and Washington State... Active in student government, an honor student.

    PERSONAL: Randle is majoring in human biology... Parents are Cathy and Ivory... Has three siblings, Brittanee, Ivory and Kaelani... Father Ivory played football at Washington... Sister Brittanee plays soccer at Missouri... Enjoys watching TV, playing in the sun and eating in her free time... Lists Kobe Bryant as her biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are pizza and ice cream... Has always wanted to swim with dolphins... Would like to travel to Paris, Rome, Greece, London and Australia... Born Dec. 10, 1994.