Randy Schroeder

Quarterback

"Living your dream means there are no days off"

About


One of the top rated high school QB's in North Carolina, Randy Schroeder went on to play Quarterback in College at Truman State and Ave Maria University. After graduating from college, Randy received offers to play overseas. Last season, he played for the Copenhagen Towers in Denmark. The Towers won their first ever Northern European Championship and won the Danish Championship in Randy's first season playing in Europe.
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Career


NUC All American / All State

Randy Schroeder's High School Senior Year at Southlake earned him a top 10 ranking among senior QBs in the nation.

Learn MoreDec 23, 2012

Commits to Jireh Prep

In 2013, Randy commits to play at Jireh Prep.

Jun 01, 2013

Commits to Truman State University

Randy commits to play for Truman State University and goes 4-2 as a freshman starter.

Learn MoreDec 15, 2013

Tranfers to Ave Maria University

Randy transfers to Ave Maria University where he would become the third leading passer in school history.

Dec 27, 2017

Signs with Copenhagen Towers

Randy signs first professional contract with the Copenhagen Towers.

Apr 18, 2019

NEFL Championship

The Towers win their first ever Northern European Championship with a score of 44-43 on a touchdown pass from Randy Schroeder to Jakob Green in the final seconds.

Learn MoreJun 09, 2019

Mermaid Bowl XXX

In his final game with the Towers, Randy Schroeder led the team to a victory of 23-22 for the Danish Championship on another last second touchdown drive.

Learn MoreOct 13, 2018

Signs with Ostrava Steelers

Randy signs with the Ostrava Steelers.

Dec 02, 2018

“Winning isn't everything - but wanting to win is.”

― Vince Lombardi Jr.

Game Videos


Randy's 2018 season highlights with the Copenhagen Towers.

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Randy's first interview with the Copenhagen Towers after defeating the Gold Diggers.

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Randy's Jireh Prep, Truman, and Ave Maria highlights.

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Blog


Contact Me


  • Charlotte, North Carolina, United States