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Sam Boyle
American football player and coach

Sam Boyle

Sam Boyle
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Intro American football player and coach
Was Sports coach
From United States of America
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 28 November 1876
Death 30 October 1923 (aged 46 years)
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Samuel Alexander Boyle, Jr. (November 28, 1876 – October 30, 1923) was an American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at the Virginia Military Institute (1898–1899), Pennsylvania State University (1899), Dickinson College (1900), and Ohio Wesleyan University (1901–1902), compiling a career college football record of 29–17–1.

Playing career

Boyle played end for the University of Pennsylvania and was declared a first-team All-American in 1897.

Coaching career

Penn State

Boyle was the head coach at Pennsylvania State University in 1899. His record at Penn State was 4–6–1. His squad was outscored 104 to 176 that season.

Dickinson

After one year at Penn State, Boyle became the second head football coach (or at least, the second coach on record) for the Dickinson College Red Devils in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and he held that position for the 1900 season. His overall coaching record at Dickinson was 5 wins, 4 losses, and 0 ties. This ranks him 20th at Dickinson in terms of total wins and eighth at Dickinson in terms of winning percentage.

In his one year as head coach, Boyle oversaw the largest defeat in college football history when Dickinson College defeated Haverford Grammar School 227 to 0 (it was common for college teams to play other organized teams outside of the collegiate ranks at the time).

Other athletic work

Boyle continued to work around sports as an athletic official and umpire. He also worked as a player/coach for the Pittsburgh Athletic Club.

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
VMI Keydets (Independent) (1898–1899)
1898 VMI 4–2
1899 VMI 1–0
Penn State: 5–2
Penn State Nittany Lions (Independent) (1899)
1899 Penn State 4–6–1
Penn State: 4–6–1
Dickinson Red Devils (Independent) (1900)
1900 Dickinson 5–4
Dickinson: 5–4
Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops (Independent) (1901–1902)
1901 Ohio Wesleyan 8–2
1902 Ohio Wesleyan 7–3
Ohio Wesleyan: 15–5
Total: 29–17–1

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