1928 Villanova Wildcats football team

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1928 Villanova Wildcats football
ConferenceIndependent
1928 record7–0–1
Head coach Harry Stuhldreher (4th season)
CaptainLouis Pessalano
Home stadium Villanova Stadium
Seasons
  1927
1929  

The 1928 Villanova Wildcats football team represented the Villanova University during the 1928 college football season. The head coach was Harry Stuhldreher, coaching his fourth season with the Wildcats. The team played their home games at Villanova Stadium in Villanova, Pennsylvania. [1]

Villanova University Catholic university near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Villanova University is a private research university in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania Named after Saint Thomas of Villanova, the school is the oldest Catholic university in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The 1928 football season have both the USC Trojans and the Georgia Tech Golden Tornado claim national championships. USC was recognized as champions under the Dickinson System, but the Rose Bowl was contested between the #2 and #3 teams, California and Georgia Tech. The game was decided by a safety scored after Roy "Wrong Way" Riegels ran 65 yards in the wrong direction. Vance Maree blocked the ensuing punt which gave Georgia Tech a safety deciding the 8-7 win.

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Villanova is a community in the United States Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It straddles Lower Merion Township in Montgomery County and Radnor Township in Delaware County. It is located at the center of the Philadelphia Main Line, a series of highly affluent Philadelphia suburban towns located along the original east-west railroad tracks of the Pennsylvania Railroad. It is served by the SEPTA Paoli/Thorndale Line regional rail train and Norristown High Speed Line.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
October 6 Loyola (MD) Philadelphia, PA W 34–0
October 13at Catholic University W 19–0
October 20 Gettysburg W 7–2
October 27 Lebanon Valley
  • Villanova Stadium
  • Villanova, PA
W 19–0
November 3at Bucknell Scranton, PA W 20–6
November 10 Temple
T 0–0
November 17 Grove City
  • Villanova Stadium
  • Villanova, PA
W 14–13
November 24 Davis & Elkins Philadelphia, PAW 20–13

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References

  1. "2016 Villanova football Media Guide". Villanova.com. Retrieved June 9, 2017.
  2. "Villanova State Game by Game Results". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved June 9, 2017.