1899 NYU Violets football team

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1899 NYU Violets football
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1899 record2–6
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Seasons
 1898
1900  
1899 Eastern college football independents records
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T  W L T
Harvard     1001
Buffalo     600
Lafayette     1210
Princeton     1210
Boston College     811
Carlisle     920
Wesleyan     720
Pittsburgh College     202
Villanova     721
Yale     721
Western Univ. of Penn.     311
Columbia     930
Fordham     310
Cornell     730
Penn     832
Brown     731
Geneva     210
New Hampshire     420
Tufts     740
Bucknell     640
Syracuse     440
Army     450
Colgate     450
Penn State     461
Frankin & Marshall     351
Amherst     471
NYU     260
Temple     141
Lehigh     290
Rutgers     290

The 1899 NYU Violets football team was an American football team that represented New York University as an independent during the 1899 college football season. In their only year under head coach James Ogilvie, the team compiled a 2–6 record.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultSource
October 14at Syracuse Syracuse, NY L 5–10 [1]
October 18at Columbia
L 0–40 [2]
October 21at Hamilton
L 0–35 [3]
October 28at Lehigh Bethlehem, PA L 0–50 [4]
November 4at Trinity (CT)
L 0–28 [5]
November 11at Rutgers
W 6–5 [6]
November 18 Stevens
  • Berkeley Oval
  • New York, NY
W 18–6 [7]
November 25Hamilton
  • Berkeley Oval
  • New York, NY
L 0–17 [8]

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References

  1. "Syracuse 10, New York 5". Democrat and Chronicle. October 15, 1899. p. 19. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  2. "Columbia's team won as it pleased". The World. October 19, 1899. p. 8. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  3. "Hamilton 35, New York 0". The New York Times. October 22, 1899. p. 4. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  4. "Easy win for Lehigh". Pittsburgh Daily Post. October 29, 1899. p. 10. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  5. "New York University lose". The New York Times. November 5, 1899. p. 6. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  6. "N.Y.U. 6, Rutgers 5". New-York Tribune. November 12, 1899. p. 6. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  7. "New York University won". The New York Times. November 19, 1899. p. 9. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  8. "Hamilton 17, New York University 0". New-York Tribune. November 26, 1899. p. 6. Retrieved February 3, 2021 via Newspapers.com.