Randy Vite

Coach Vite enters her second year as the head coach of the SUNY New Paltz Women’s Lacrosse program in 2023. In her first season, Coach Vite guided the Hawks to just their second ever postseason appearance and coached three All-SUNYAC selections, including the program’s first ever, first-team recipient.


Prior coaching at New Paltz, Vite was the lead assistant coach at University of Chicago for four years, where she helped establish the first-year program in 2019. Prior to joining the UChicago women’s lacrosse staff, Vite spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at Aurora University where she earned her MBA after spending a season as the assistant coach at Colorado State University-Pueblo. During her two years in Colorado, she also served as an assistant coach at Pueblo West High School for a season, while working for Teach for America as a Special Education teacher at Risely Middle School International Academy of Innovation. 


After graduating from Monroe-Woodbury High School in 2009, Vite played four seasons at DII Kutztown University where she earned All-PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) honors and was named a PSAC Scholar Athlete. Vite was a team captain and as a defender was the all-time leader in ground balls (200) and games played (68), while ranking second in both caused turnovers (77) and games started (62), and sixth in career draw controls (55). She graduated from Kutztown in 2013 and earned her bachelor’s degree in education, majoring in both special education and elementary education with a concentration in math and science.  Coach Vite is the Co-Head Coach of the Metro Magic 2025 team.