Allen Snyder (coach)

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Allen Snyder
Playing career
Football
1918–1920 Wooster
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Football
1922 Bowling Green
Basketball
1922–1923 Bowling Green
Baseball
1923 Bowling Green
Head coaching record
Overall4–2–1 (football)
9–4 (basketball)
5–3 (baseball)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Football
1 NOL (1922)

Allen W. Snyder was an American football player and coach of football, basketball, and baseball. He was the fourth head football coach at Bowling Green State Normal School—now known as Bowling Green State University—serving for one season in 1922 and compiling a record of 4–2–1. Snyder was also the head basketball coach at Bowling Green State Normal during the 1922–23 season, tallying a mark of 9–4, and the school's head baseball coach in the spring of 1923, notching a record of 5–3.

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Head coaching record

Football

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
Bowling Green Normals (Northwest Ohio League)(1922)
1922 Bowling Green 4–2–12–0–11st
Bowling Green:4–2–12–0–1
Total:4–2–1
      National championship        Conference title        Conference division title or championship game berth

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