1917–18 William & Mary Indians men's basketball team

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1917–18 William & Mary Indians men's basketball
Conference Independent
1917–18 record 6–11
Head coach Harry Young (1st season)
Seasons

The 1917–18 William & Mary Indians men's basketball team represented the College of William & Mary in intercollegiate basketball during the 1917–18 season. Under the first, and only, year of head coach Harry Young (who also served as head football coach), the team finished the season with a 6–11 record,[1] this was the 13th season in program history for William & Mary, whose nickname is now the Tribe.

William & Mary played in-state rival Washington & Lee for the first time during 1918.

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
Regular season
*
Richmond YMCA W 32–44  0–1
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Norfolk Naval Base L 18–34  0–2
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Norfolk Naval Base L 14–39  0–3
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Newport News YMCA W 51–29  1–3
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Newport News YMCA W 51–17  2–3
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Parkhill A.C. L 19–35  2–4
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Randolph–Macon L 14–37  2–5
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Lynchburg A.C. L 20–53  2–6
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
VMI L 24–53  2–7
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Washington & Lee L 25–27  2–8
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Virginia Christian A.C. W 34–17  3–8
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Richmond YMCA L 21–63  3–9
 
Williamsburg, VA
2/13/1917*
Richmond W 34–25  4–9
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Hampden–Sydney W 27–13  5–9
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Randolph–Macon W 37–22  6–9
 
Williamsburg, VA
*
Hampden–Sydney L 15–27  6–10
 
Williamsburg, VA
2/27/1917*
at Richmond L 30–46  6–11
 
Richmond, VA
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

Source[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "William & Mary season-by-season results". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2014. Retrieved December 16, 2014. 
  2. ^ "2013–14 William & Mary Tribe Men's Basketball Media Guide". Year-by-year records. College of William & Mary. 2013. Retrieved December 16, 2014.