Hampton Pirates football

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Hampton Pirates football
AmericanFootball current event.svg 2021 Hampton Pirates football team
Hampton Pirates wordmark.png
First season1902
Head coach Robert Prunty
2nd season, 11–7 (.611)
Stadium Armstrong Stadium
(capacity: 12,000)
Field surfaceAstroturf
Location Hampton, Virginia
Conference Big South Conference
Claimed national titles7 (Black College):1922, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004, 2005, 2006
Conference titles19
Rivalries Howard University
Norfolk State
ColorsReflex blue and white
         
Website hamptonpirates.com

The Hampton Pirates football team represents Hampton University in college football. The Pirates compete in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) as a member of the Big South Conference.

Contents

History

Classifications

Conference memberships

Championships

HBCU National championships

Conference championships

YearCoachConferenceRecord
1913 L.L. Pepin Central Intercollegiate Athletics Association 6–0–0
1914 Co C.H. Williams Central Intercollegiate Athletics Association3–1–0
1915 C.H. WilliamsCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association4–0–0
1916 C.H. WilliamsCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association4–0–0
1922 Gideon E. Smith Central Intercollegiate Athletics Association6–1–0
1925 Gideon E. SmithCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association4–2–0
1926 Gideon E. SmithCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association7–0–1
1928 Gideon E. SmithCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association8–1–0
1931 Gideon E. SmithCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association8–0–1
1985 Fred Freeman Central Intercollegiate Athletics Association10–2–0
1987 Fred FreemanCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association5–7–0
1992 Joe Taylor Central Intercollegiate Athletics Association9–2–1
1993 Joe TaylorCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association12–1–0
1994 Joe TaylorCentral Intercollegiate Athletics Association10–1–0
1997 Joe Taylor Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 10–2–0
1998 Joe TaylorMid-Eastern Athletic Conference9–3–0
2004 CoJoe TaylorMid-Eastern Athletic Conference10–2
2005 Joe TaylorMid-Eastern Athletic Conference11–1
2006 Joe TaylorMid-Eastern Athletic Conference10–2
Total19

Alumni in the NFL

Over 25 Hampton alumni have played or coached in the NFL, including: [2]

Playoff results

Division I–AA/FCS

The Pirates have appeared in the I-AA/FCS playoffs five times with an overall record of 0–5.

YearRoundOpponentResult
1997 First RoundYoungstown StateL 13–28
1998 First RoundConnecticutL 34–42
2004 First RoundWilliam & MaryL 35–42
2005 First RoundRichmondL 10–38
2006 First RoundNew HampshireL 38–41

Division II

The Pirates appeared in the Division II playoffs three times with an overall record of 1–3.

YearRoundOpponentResult
1985 First RoundBloomsburg (PA)L 28–38
1992 First RoundNorth AlabamaL 21–33
1993 First Round
Second Round
Albany State (GA)
North Alabama
W 33–7
L 28–38

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References

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  2. "Hampton Players/Alumni". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2020-05-02.