1903 Georgetown Hoyas football team

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1903 Georgetown Hoyas football
Georgetown Hoyas football team (1903).png
Conference Independent
1903 record 7–3
Head coach Philip King (1st season)
Captain Hub Hart
Home stadium Georgetown Field
Seasons
← 1902
1904 →

The 1903 Georgetown Hoyas football team represented Georgetown University during the 1903 college football season. Led by Philip King in his first year as head coach, the team went 7–3 and claims a Southern championship.[1] National champion Princeton's two closest game were against Yale and Georgetown. Captain Hub Hart had a 99-yard run from scrimmage against Maryland; this is still a school record.[2]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
September 28 at Maryland MAC Field • College Park, MD W 28–0  
October 3 at Princeton University FieldPrinceton, NJ L 0–5  
October 10 St. Alban's Georgetown Field • Washington, D. C. W 25–0  
October 17 at Baltimore Medical College Oriole ParkBaltimore, MD W 23–0  
October 24 vs. North Carolina League Park • Norfolk, VA W 33–0  
October 28 at Navy Worden FieldAnnapolis, MD W 12–5  
November 7 Carlisle Georgetown Field • Washington, D. C. L 6–28  
November 14 George Washington National Park • Washington, D. C. W 33–0  
November 21 Gallaudet Georgetown Field • Washington, D. C. W 29–0  
November 26 Lehigh Georgetown Field • Washington, D. C. L 6–12  

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Players[edit]

Line[edit]

Player Position
Larry Brennan guard
Larry Canario end
Kangaroo Carroll tackle
Sam Edmonston tackle
Percy Given center
Mike Kernan end
Matt Mahoney guard
Charley McGuire center
Ed Monahan tackle
Pop Rorke guard
Joe Seitz tackle
Ed Sutton end

Backfield[edit]

Player Position
Ray Abbatichio halfback
Branch Bocock quarterback
Joe Dugan halfback
Preston Edmonston fullback
Leo Fitzpatrick halfback
Bill Graham fullback
Hub Hart halfback
Doc Martel fullback
Charley McCarthy halfback
Ferd McGettigan quarterback
John Monahan halfback
Red Morgan fullback
Joe Reilly halfback
John Richmond halfback

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Georgetown's Boston Backfield". Boston Post. November 24, 1903. p. 10. Retrieved June 30, 2015 – via Newspapers.com.  open access publication – free to read
  2. ^ "Georgetown Football Records". hoyasaxa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-07.
  3. ^ "1903 Georgetown Hoyas Schedule and Results". 
  4. ^ "Georgetown Football: Game By Game". Archived from the original on April 6, 2015. Retrieved February 27, 2015. 
  5. ^ http://www.hoyafootball.com/players/roster_1903.htm