Douglas Church

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Douglas Church
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Church pictured c. 1906 at NYU
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1906 NYU
Head coaching record
Overall0–4

Douglas J. Church was an American football coach. He served the ninth head football coach at New York University (NYU). He held that position for one seasons, in 1906, leading the NYU Violets to a record of 0–4. [1]

Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
NYU Violets (Independent)(1906)
1906 NYU 0–4
NYU:0–4
Total:0–4

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