Randy Watts was a member of the Huskies wrestling team (a Division II program at the time) and was a two-time PSAC champion. His senior year was his best year when he had a record of 23-4-1 and finished first at 150 pounds in the NCAA Division II tournament. He then took sixth at 150 pounds in the NCAA Division I tournament to earn Division I All-American honors. Overall Watts posted a career record of 79-27-3 with a dual meet mark of 49-16-3.
In his career at Bloomsburg he won or placed in 25 open tournaments, including three third-place finishes in the prestigious Wilkes Open. He also competed in matches against 10 NCAA I champions, three Olympians and one world champion. Off the mats he was a member of the College Concert Choir, the college chapter of "Fellowship of College Athletes" and campus "Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship." He was named to "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" and "Outstanding College Athletes of America."
Following graduation Watts moved into teaching and is currently a Health and Physical Education instructor at Milton Area. He has also taught at Berwick, Warrior Run, Lewisburg and Line Mountain.
Along with teaching, Watts has been a wrestling coach for 34 years and is the junior high coach at Warrior Run. He has led Warrior Run's junior high teams to 27 championships, been voted the District 4 Junior High Coach of the Year four times and the Pennsylvania State Junior High School Coach of the Year once. He coached three seasons at Berwick, one season at Lewisburg, two seasons at Line Mountain and four seasons as head varsity coach at Milton.
Watts has coached AYSO soccer for 18 years and is the past president (two terms) and long time active board member of the Warrior Run Fort Freeland Heritage Society. He received the 2004 California Grange Community Service Award.
Other activities he is in involved with include being the past president (two terms) of the Susquehanna Wrestling Officials chapter, a member of the District 4 and PA State Wrestling Coaches Association. He is a trustee and active member of the Lewisburg Alliance Church and a member of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) and was awarded the Minute Man Award for Service project of a Monument for 21 Revolutionary Patriots.
He is married to Betsy (Rice) Watts and the couple has four sons, Matt, Chris, Pat and Micah.