Boys Varsity Golf · Dr. Randy Johnson Inducted into the MHSCA Hall of Fame


Oakland Christian wants to Congratulate Dr. Randy Johnson for his induction into the Michigan High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. The induction was done virtually this year and will be celebrated in person in the following year.  Click on the link below to see the virtual induction. We are so blessed for the many years that Dr. Johnson invested in the lives of his student-athletes.

Dr. Randy Johnson 2020 MHSCA Hall of Fame Induction

The Michigan High School Coaches’ Association (MHSCA) selected Dr. Randy Johnson for induction into the Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place virtually on September 20, 2020. A recording of the ceremony will be posted by September 24, 2020, on the web site: mhsca.org

Dr. Randy Johnson, “Doc”, has coached “with dignity” at Auburn Hills Oakland Christian School for twenty-five years. He served as the boys’ varsity soccer coach from 1992-1999, with a record of 102-26-17 including three conference championships, one district championship, and one regional championship. He was instrumental in the initiation of the girls’ varsity soccer program and coached from 1993-1999 with a record of 62-18-8. During this time his teams were undefeated in the conference six times and earned one district and one regional championship. Doc was also the boys’ varsity golf coach from 1999-2015 and 2017-2019  with a 252-23-2 record and earning thirteen conference championships, four district championships, four regional championships, one county championship, and one state championship. He also initiated the boys  JV and varsity bowling teams and was the varsity coach from 2005-2012 with a 51-27 record. The girls’ varsity bowling team was also initiated and coached by Doc from 2006-2012 and earned a 35-17 record. He also coached boys soccer and basketball from 1986-1991 at Heritage Christian High School in Cadillac.

During Dr. Randy Johnson’s twenty-five years of coaching he received Coach of the Year honors thirty-two times; sixteen MIAC League honors, six district honors, five regional honors, three state honors, and two county honors. He was also nominated twice for National Coach of the Year honors.

Doc has also been actively involved in many different sports associations and his community. He has been a  member of the MHSSCA and served as the Division 4 representative and serving on the All-State selection committee. He has also been a member of the MIGCA, serving as the Division 4 representative and on the  All-State selection committee. He served as League chairman for boys golf for eight years and hosted numerous soccer and golf tournaments. As a coach Dr. Randy Johnson’s goal “was not to coach a sport; it was  to invest in lives.” He accomplished this through his coaching style and by running summer camps for all ages for soccer (12) and golf (8). The also took groups of high school students to Mexico fifteen times to play soccer, and distribute food, clothing, and medical supplies. They also worked on building projects and helping orphaned children.

Because of this Dr. Randy Johnson is highly respected by coaches, parents, student-athletes, and the community; “Randy has an impeccable reputation among students and staff for caring for his family, students,  school, and athletics. This reputation is reinforced.