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Jim Verdieck
Biographical details
Born(1919-06-09)June 9, 1919
Colton, California
DiedOctober 26, 2001(2001-10-26) (aged 82)
Escondido, California
Playing career
Football
1939–1940Stanford
Position(s)Center
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Football
1941Menlo JC
1945San Bernardino Valley College (assistant)
1946–1952Redlands (assistant)
1953–1958Redlands
Tennis
1947–1984Redlands
Head coaching record
Overall34–19–3 (college football)
921–281 (college tennis)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Football
1 SCIAC (1956)

James Edwin Verdieck (June 9, 1919 – October 26, 2001) was an American football and tennis coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at Redlands University in Redlands, California from 1953 to 1958, compiling a record of 34–19–3. Verdieck played college football at Stanford University as a center. He was a member of Clark Shaughnessy's 1940 Stanford Indians football team, which went undefeated, winning the Pacific Coast Conference and the 1941 Rose Bowl.[2]

Head coaching record

College football

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Redlands Bulldogs (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (1953–1958)
1953 Redlands 6–4 2–2 3rd
1954 Redlands 5–4–1 2–1–1 2nd
1955 Redlands 3–4–1 1–3 4th
1956 Redlands 9–0 4–0 1st
1957 Redlands 4–4–1 2–1–1 2nd
1958 Redlands 7–3 3–1 2nd
Redlands: 34–19–3 14–8–2
Total: 34–19–3

References

  1. ^ "Jim Verieck". August 6, 2012. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  2. ^ "New U.R. Assistant Coach Star Of Stanford Football". The San Bernardino Sun. San Bernardino, California. September 27, 1946. p. 16. Retrieved July 18, 2019 – via Newspapers.com open access.

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