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LaToya Randle

CEO/Owner

What launching Pretty Girls Pound the Rock means to Coach Randle:

Success, to me, is about inspiring young girls to go after their dreams.

BIO

LaToya Randle is an award-winning collegiate athlete who earned numerous recognitions. Affectionately given the name “Mama Toy” by her Wichita State University teammates, Randle has always wanted to give back.

Born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, Randle developed a love for basketball at age 6.  Naturally talented, Randle began playing under the coaching direction of Paul Bushell. Bushell developed her talent and helped her rack up various awards including the Paul Fleeman Award, Miss Biddy, and  Miss World Biddy in 1993. Randle then went on to play on the all Boys’ Team at Robinson Middle School under the tutelage of the late Randy Jackson. At Robinson, LaToya (Jackson ) Randle started at guard and the Rams went undefeated.  Her spotlight grew during her prep years at Wichita High School East where she earned All-State and All-City honors as a Lady Ace.

Randle would go on to study sports administration and management in college, graduating in Spring 2003.

She joined Wichita Public Schools in 2003 spending her early years with East High Girls’ Freshman Team, North High School Boys’ and Girl’ Varsity Teams before becoming the Girls’ Head Coach at Southeast High School.

Randle is married with two sons.

 

Career highlights:

Robinson Middle School

  • Member & Starter of the Undefeated All-Boys Robinson Middle School Team 1993

  • League Champion 1993

 

Wichita High School East

  • 4 Year Letterman

  • Starter as a freshman

  • All City Honors 1994-1998

  • All State Honors 1997, 1998

  • Sub-State Champion 1997

  • State Qualifier 1997

  • Missouri-Valley AAU 17 & Under All-Star 1997

  • Glaciers Edge All-Tournament Team ( Emporia Tournament) 1998

  • KBCA All-Star 1998

 

​Wichita State University 

  • Member of the First Post Season Bid 1998-1999 Season

  • Member of the First 20-Win Season in School History 1999-2000 Season

  • Largest Crowd in MVC History 10,529 1999-2000 Season

  • Post Season WNIT Bid

 

Wichita High School Coach (2003-2011, 2014-2018)

  • Wichita City League Coach of the Year 2018

  • Vype Magazine Coach of Month November 2018

  • Back to Back Mulvane Tournament Champs 2010, 2011

  • Recorded 1st Sub-State win in 10 years at Southeast High School

  • First winning season recorded in over 10 years, 2010 at Southeast

  • City League Track and Field Champions 2007,2008

  • Regional Track and Field Champions 2007, 2008

  • North High School Varsity Head Girls’ Basketball Coach, 2006

  • North High School Assistant Boys’ Basketball Coach 2005

  • Freshmen Basketball Coach at East High School 2003-2004

 

Community Involvement & Awards

  • Biddy Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee 1998

  • Wichita Sports Hall of Fame 2009 (Biddy Basketball Hall-of-Fame)

  • Boys & Girls Club Volunteer

  • Special Olympic Volunteer

  • Guest Reader at Middle Schools

  • National Baseball Congress Volunteer,

  • Wichita State University SASO Volunteer,