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1904–05 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team

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1904–05 Syracuse Orangemen men's basketball
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ConferenceIndependent
1904–05 record14–7
Head coach
Seasons
1905–06 →

The 1904–05 Syracuse Orangemen men's basketball team represented Syracuse University during the 1904–05 college men's basketball season. The head coach was John A. R. Scott, coaching his second season with the Orangemen.

Schedule

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site
city, state
11/5/1904*
Jenners Prep W 74–10  1–0
 
Syracuse, NY
12/14/1904
at Dartmouth W 35–9  2–0
 
Syracuse, NY
12/9/1904
at Schenectady Company E L 12–13  2–1
 
 
12/13/1904
Rochester W 40–12  3–1
 
Syracuse, NY
12/17/1904
Cornell W 56–17  4–1
 
Syracuse, NY
1/7/1905
Yale W 20–16  5–1
 
Syracuse, NY
1/13/1905
at Potsdam Normal W 40–27  6–1
 
 
1/14/1905*
at St. Lawrence W 28–10  7–1
 
Canton, NY
2/3/1905
at Cornell W 22–9  8–1
 
Ithaca, NY
2/6/1905
at Hamilton L 16–18  8–2
 
Clinton, NY
2/7/1905
at Colgate L 18–34  8–3
 
Hamilton, NY
2/9/1905
Princeton L 21–24  8–4
 
Syracuse, NY
2/11/1905
Colgate W 36–31  9–4
 
Syracuse, NY
2/16/1905
at Williams L 12–14  9–5
 
Williamstown, MA
2/17/1905
at Amherst W 38–13  10–5
 
Amherst, MA
2/18/1905
at Trinity W 40–26  11–5
 
San Antonio, TX
2/21/1905
at Brown L 20–24  11–6
 
Providence, RI
2/27/1905
Hamilton W 60–9  12–6
 
Syracuse, NY
3/4/1905
Allegheny W 22–14  13–6
 
Syracuse, NY
3/9/1905
at Allegheny L 11–14  13–7
 
Meadville, PA
3/10/1905
at Hiram W 31–19  14–7
 
Hiram, OH
*Non-conference game. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

Source[1]

Roster

  • Clarence Houseknecht
  • Eddie Dollard
  • George Redlein
  • George Kirchgrasser
  • Art Powell
  • Max Riehl
  • John Stark
  • Charles Kinne
  • Arthur Brady
  • E. C. Parry

[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 29, 2017.
  2. ^ College Basketball @ Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 2016-06-22.

External links

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