1894 Washington Agricultural football team

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1894 Washington Agricultural football
Conference Independent
1894 record 1–1
Head coach William Goodyear (1st season)
Captain Fred W. Long
Seasons
1895 →
1894 college football independents records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Yale         16 0 0
Penn         12 0 0
Western Reserve         7 0 0
USC         1 0 0
Michigan         9 1 1
Vanderbilt         7 1 0
Harvard         11 2 0
Georgia         5 1 0
Princeton         8 2 0
Virginia         8 2 0
Chicago         14 7 1
Brown         10 5 0
Notre Dame         3 1 1
Alabama         3 1 0
Minnesota         3 1 0
Wisconsin         5 2 0
Beloit         6 3 0
North Carolina         6 3 0
Stanford         6 3 0
LSU         2 1 0
Oregon Agricultural         2 1 0
Cornell         6 4 1
Army         3 2 0
Amherst         7 5 0
Illinois         4 3 0
Trinity (CT)         4 3 0
Tufts         6 5 0
Washington Agricultural         1 1 0
Washington         1 1 1
California         0 1 2
Oregon         1 2 1
Utah         1 2 0
Lake Forest         3 4 0
Sewanee         3 4 0
Lafayette         5 6 0
Lehigh         5 9 0
Auburn         1 3 0
Williams         1 3 0
MIT         1 4 0
Northwestern         1 5 0
Georgia Tech         0 3 0
Wesleyan         0 5 0

The 1894 Washington Agricultural football team was an American football team that represented Washington Agricultural College during the 1894 college football season. The team was the first team to represent the school, the team competed as an independent under head coach William Goodyear and compiled a record of 1–1.[1]

The team's players included Henry Chittenden, John Clemens, Thomas Hardwick, Edward Kimmel, Fred W. Long, Frank Lowden, Milton McCroskey, Frank McReynolds, Floyd Moore, Walter Savage, and Joe Winston.[2]

In October 1934, 40 years after the first Washington State football game, 12 of the players from the 1894 team and coach Goodyear were honored guests at Washington State's homecoming football game.[3]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result Attendance
November 18 at Idaho Moscow, ID W 10–0    
November 29 at Spokane High School Spokane, WA L 0–18   1,500

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2016 Cougar Football Media Guide" (PDF). WSUCougars.com. Washington State Cougars Athletics. p. 74. Retrieved October 24, 2016. 
  2. ^ 2016 Media Guide, pp. 124-136.
  3. ^ "Cougars to Honor Pioneer Grid Crew". Spokane Daily Chronicle. October 26, 1934. p. 3.