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James F. Lanagan

James F. Lanagan
Sport(s) Football
Rugby
Baseball
Current position
Team Stanford University
Biographical details
Born c. 1879
Died August 7, 1937
Applegate, California
Playing career
1897–1900 Stanford (baseball)
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1903–1905
1906–1908
1906–1907
Stanford (football)
Stanford (rugby)
Stanford (baseball)
Head coaching record
Overall Football: 23–2–4
Rugby: 26–8–1
Baseball: 19–19–2
Statistics
College Football Data Warehouse

James Francis "Jimmy" Lanagan (c. 1879 – August 7, 1937) was an American football, rugby, and baseball coach at Stanford University.

Lanagan played college baseball at Stanford from 1897 to 1900.[1] In 1903, despite never having played football, Lanagan was selected as Stanford's head football coach, and coached the team for three years, compiling an overall record of 23–2–4.[1]

Following the 1905 season, Stanford, responding like other American universities to concerns about the violence in football, dropped football in favor of rugby.[2][3] Despite having no knowledge of the sport, Lanagan was retained as the rugby coach, spending time in Vancouver, British Columbia to study the sport.[1] In his first season, the team ended with a 6–2–1 season. Lanagan remained as rugby coach for two more seasons.[1] He also served as Stanford's baseball coach from 1906 to 1907.[1][4]

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Stanford (Independent) (1903–1905)
1903 Stanford 8–0–3
1904 Stanford 7–2–1
1905 Stanford 8–0
Stanford: 23–2–4
Total: 23–2–4

References

External links

  • College Football Data Warehouse
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