League Director / Head Women's Soccer Coach
Kevin Porterfield completed his 16th season with the WildCats as the winningest coach in program history. He first arrived at Randolph in 1999 as an assistant with both the soccer and basketball programs. During his time his players have earned recognition for success on the field and in the classroom. Numerous WildCats have earned ODAC, Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State and South Regional honors. His team has also placed over 125 players on the All-ODAC Academic Team. Porterfield guided the WildCats to their first ODAC tournament win since 1985, with a 1-0 win over EMU in 2016.
A graduate of Longwood University, Porterfield was a three year letter winner with the Lancers while starting in the backline. He was part of a VISA Eastern Division Championship team in 1992. In 1995 he made the transition to coaching as an assistant with the women’s soccer team. He helped guide the team to a 14-2-2 record and a second place finish in the Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference in only the second year of varsity status. The squad boasted a conference leading team defense of 0.91 goals against average for the year, while pacing the CVAC with 59 goals for the year. Porterfield remained at Longwood for the 1996 season while working with the men’s program.
In 1998 Porterfield was named head coach at his alma mater, Northiside High School, in Roanoke, VA where he was a two sport athlete. His teams were awarded numerous All-State, Regional and District honors. The Vikings reached the District finals in each of Porterfield’s three years with the program. In 2000 he was named Blue Ridge District and Region III Coach of the Year.
In addition to his coaching Duties, Porterfield also serves as the Associate Director of Athletics. When not on the pitch he enjoys time with his wife Kristin and three kids Cameron, Cullen and Lila.