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East Carolina softball coach Beth Keylon-Randolph, left, watches as the Pirates practice at the ECU Softball Stadium on  Wednesday.   (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)
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East Carolina softball coach Beth Keylon-Randolph, left, watches as the Pirates practice at the ECU Softball Stadium on Wednesday. (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)

Keylon-Randolph settles in at ECU

By Ronnie Woodward

The Daily Reflector

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Beth Keylon-Randolph had job offers from other schools throughout her successful tenure as Chattanooga State’s softball coach, but it wasn’t until after winning the 2012 National Junior College Athletic Association national championship that she decided to venture away from Tennessee.

She headed east, because East Carolina made an offer she couldn’t resist.


“Chattanooga has always been home, but when I first came here to visit it felt so comfortable and I love the Pirate spirit,” said Keylon-Randolph, who was named East Carolina’s coach on Oct. 23. “The people, the facilities, the fan base ... that’s what was really exciting to me as a softball coach, and this is a great place to raise my family. I have two young boys and they liked it when we came here.

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