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Alfred E. Bull

Alfred E. Bull
Sport(s) Football
Biographical details
Born c. 1867
Died January 20, 1930
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Playing career
1894–1895
1898
Penn
Latrobe Athletic Association
Position(s) Center, quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1896
1896–1897
1898
1900
1903–1907
1908–1910
Iowa
Franklin & Marshall
Latrobe Athletic Association
Georgetown
Lafayette
Muhlenberg
Head coaching record
Overall 62–34–15 (college)
Statistics
College Football Data Warehouse
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
1 Western Interstate University Football Association (1896)
Awards
All-American (1895)

Alfred E. Bull (c. 1867 – January 20, 1930) was an American football player and coach, rower, and dentist. He played football at the University of Pennsylvania and was selected as a center to the 1895 College Football All-America Team. Bull later served as the head football coach at the University of Iowa (1896), Franklin & Marshall College (1896–1897), Georgetown University (1900), Lafayette College (1903–1907), and Muhlenberg College (1908–1910), compiling a career college football record of 62–34–15.

College playing career

Bull attended the University of Pennsylvania, from which he graduated with a degree in dentistry. He played football for the Penn Quakers and was named to the All-American team in 1895. During a game between Penn and the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Bull faced off against All-American and early professional footballer Bemus Pierce. Bull and Pierce faced each other on the line throughout the game, and on a play late in the game Pierce knocked Bull to the ground, and the play went over him. After the play, Pierce, who was a Native American, cried out to the Penn players, "Look, look at Sitting Bull."[1] Bull also rowed for the Penn crew.[2]

Coaching and professional playing career

After graduating from Penn, Bull served as head football coach at Iowa, Franklin & Marshall, Georgetown, Lafayette, and Muhlenberg, compiling a record of 62–34–15 in a career that lasted from 1896 to 1910. Bull's 1896 Iowa team won the first conference title in school history. He also played quarterback and served as the coach for the Latrobe Athletic Association in 1898.[3]

Later life

Bull spent the last thirty years of his life from 1900 to 1930 practicing dentistry in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.[4][5]

Head coaching record

College

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Iowa Hawkeyes (Western Interstate University Football Association) (1896)
1896 Iowa 7–1–1 2–0–1 1st
Iowa: 7–1–1 2–0–1
Franklin & Marshall Diplomats (Independent) (1896–1897)
1896 Franklin & Marshall 3–4–2
1897 Franklin & Marshall 2–6–2
Franklin & Marshall: 5–10–4
Georgetown Hoyas (Independent) (1900)
1900 Georgetown 5–1–3
Georgetown: 5–1–3
Lafayette Leopards (Independent) (1903–1907)
1903 Lafayette 7–3
1904 Lafayette 8–2
1905 Lafayette 7–2–1
1906 Lafayette 8–1–1
1907 Lafayette 7–2–1
Lafayette: 37–10–3
Muhlenberg Mules () (1908–1910)
1908 Muhlenberg 2–5–1
1909 Muhlenberg 3–4–2
1908 Muhlenberg 3–3–1
Muhlenberg: 8–12–4
Total: 62–34–15

References

External links

  • College Football Data Warehouse


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