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Jay Randolph
Jay  Randolph

Golf (Inducted 1978)


Jay Randolph was a member of two Southern Conference Championship golf teams, coached by Hall of Famer, Bob Faris. In 1957 he was the individual champion of the Conference. As a golfer he was the Washington, D.C. amateur and Egyptian Amateur champion in 1955. He has competed in four national, two British and two Canadian amateur championships.

After attending GW and Salem College in West Virgnia in 1963, Jay became involved in radio and television broadcasting, starting his career in Clarksburg, W.V. During his lengthy broadcasting career, Jay has covered hundreds of athletic events. His voice is recognized nationwide and his achievements read like a Who's who.

A list of his television and radio successes include:
-Voice of the St. Louis Cardinal Baseball team
-The NCAA Basketball Tournament
-NBC Golf broadcasting team
-Reporting team for NBC 1970 Winter Olympics in Sapporo, Japan
-TV Commentator for the Dallas Cowboys while working in Texas
-On radio, called one Super Bowl game and four Orange Bowl Games
-Now employed by KSD-TV in St. Louis and is considered as one of the nation's best known sportscasters.