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1903–04 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team

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1903–04 Syracuse Orangemen men's basketball
Syracuse Orange logo.svg
ConferenceIndependent
1903–04 record11–8
Head coach
CaptainClarence Houseknecht
Seasons
1903–04 collegiate men's basketball independents standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Wisc.–Stevens Point       6 0   1.000
North Dakota State       11 1   .917
Illinois State       7 1   .875
Allegheny       13 2   .867
Bloomsburg       6 1   .857
Vanderbilt       6 1   .857
Dayton       5 1   .833
Holy Cross       10 2   .833
Canisius       9 2   .818
Maine       8 2   .800
Fordham       19 5   .792
Hiram       10 3   .769
Denver       3 1   .750
Lehigh       5 2   .714
Ohio State       10 4   .714
Colgate       12 5   .706
Oregon State       7 3   .700
Army       2 1   .667
Connecticut       6 3   .667
Montana State       4 2   .667
Washington       6 3   .667
Washington State       2 1   .667
Grove City       9 5   .643
Nebraska       9 5   .643
Michigan State       5 3   .625
Bucknell       7 5   .583
Syracuse       11 8   .579
Cincinnati       8 6   .571
Colorado       4 3   .571
Dartmouth       8 6   .571
West Virginia       4 3   .571
Penn State       5 4   .556
Brigham Young       3 3   .500
Butler       2 2   .500
Temple       4 4   .500
Utah State       2 2   .500
Mount Union       4 5   .444
Brown       8 11   .421
Kansas       5 8   .385
Wabash       4 7   .364
Westminster College       2 4   .333
Akron       3 7   .300
Rhode Island       1 3   .250
Kentucky       1 4   .200
Indiana State       2 11   .154
Bradley       0 4   .000
Oregon       0 4   .000
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1903–04 Syracuse Orangemen men's basketball team represented Syracuse University during the 1903–04 college men's basketball season. The head coach was John A. R. Scott, coaching his first season with the Orangemen.

Schedule

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site
city, state
11/20/1903*
at Oswego Normal W 21–7  1–0
 
 
12/14/1903*
at Potsdam Normal W 30–12  2–0
 
 
12/15/1903*
at St. Lawrence L 13–14  2–1
 
Canton, NY
12/18/1903
Yale W 15–5  3–1
 
Syracuse, NY
1/16/1904*
St. John's Military W 49–7  4–1
 
Syracuse, NY
1/30/1904
Colgate W 18–10  5–1
 
Syracuse, NY
2/4/1904
Potsdam Normal W 29–11  6–1
 
Syracuse, NY
2/6/1904*
at Cazenovia Seminary W 22–6  7–1
 
 
2/10/1904
at Williams L 24–25  7–2
 
Williamstown, MA
2/11/1904
at Williston Seminary L 12–26  7–3
 
 
2/12/1904
at Wesleyan W 22–21  8–3
 
Middletown, CT
2/13/1904
at Amherst W 36–26  9–3
 
Amherst, MA
2/16/1904
at East Liverpool L 18–32  9–4
 
 
2/17/1904
Geneva L 19–37  9–5
 
Syracuse, NY
2/18/1904
at Buhl Club W 32–18  10–5
 
 
2/19/1904
at Allegheny L 8–16  10–6
 
Meadville, PA
2/20/1904
at Oberlin L 12–27  10–7
 
 
2/23/1904
Batavia YMCA W 23–13  11–7
 
Syracuse, NY
3/14/1903*
at St. Lawrence L 12–24  11–8
 
 
*Non-conference game. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

Source[1]

Roster

  • Clarence Houseknecht
  • Arthur Brady
  • George Kirchgasser
  • Earl Twombley
  • Art Powell
  • Earle Niles
  • Charles Kinne
  • George McAdam
  • Corneilus Van Duyn
  • Earl Rice
  • Edwin Millen
  • H. D. Scott
  • Clinton Goodwin
  • Frank Cosedine

[2]

References

  1. ^ "2013–14 Syracuse Orange Men's Basketball Media Guide". Game by Game Scores (page 122). Syracuse University. 2012. Archived from the original on February 9, 2014. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  2. ^ College Basketball @ Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 2016-06-22.

External links


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