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Tufts Jumbos football

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tufts Jumbos football
First season1875
Athletic directorJohn Morris
Head coachJay Civetti
8th season, 29–37 (.439)
StadiumEllis Oval
FieldZimman Field
LocationMedford, Massachusetts
NCAA divisionDivision III
ConferenceNESCAC
Past conferencesUnknown (1875–1884)
Northern Intercollegiate Football Association (1885–1886)[1]
Independent (1887–1970)
ColorsTufts blue and Brown[2]
         

The Tufts Jumbos represent Tufts University of Medford, Massachusetts in the sport of college football. The team has played since the 1874–75 season.[3][4][5] The Jumbos compete at the NCAA Division III level and have been members of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) since the conference's formation in 1971. The football team plays its home game at Ellis Oval on the Tufts campus in Medford, Massachusetts. Jay Civetti has been the team's head coach since 2011. One Tufts player, William Grinnell, has been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.


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Annual results

Team records from 1875 to 2016.[6]

Year Record Captain Coach
1875 2–1 Luman Aldrich Luman Aldrich
1876–77 1–0–1 Luman Aldrich Luman Aldrich
1877 0–3 Scott Campbell Scott Campbell
1878–83 No Formal Games
1884 2–4–1 Dwight Griswold Dwight Griswold
1885 2–3
(or 2–4[1])
F.P. Chapman F.P. Chapman
1886 0–8 James Gallety James Gallety
1887 3–6 Durkee Durkee
1888 No Formal Games
1889 3–1 Martin Martin
1890 2–3 Charles Stover Charles Stover
1891 7–1 Wilfred Russ Wilfred Russ
1892 8–2 Wilfred Russ A.G. Baillet
1893 4–7 Charles Dow Clark Haskell
1894 6–5 Lane Hamlin
1895 8–5 W.D. Smith Newell
1896 2–6–1 Horace Davis Newell
1897 6–7 Carpenter J.D. Upton
1898 1–9 Carpenter J.D. Upton
1899 7–4 Ed DeAlmeida Locke
1900 3–6–1 Herbert Pierce Hopkins
1901 6–6–1 Joseph Ray J.C. Pearson
1902 4–6–1 Tom Knight J.C. Pearson
1903 5–8 McMahon Charles Whelan
1904 2–9–1 Edward Knowlton Charles Whelan
1905 5–3 Edward Knowlton Charles Whelan
1906 6–2 C. Reynolds Charles Whelan
1907 3–4–1 Walter Green Charles Whelan
1908 1–6–1 Vin Sheehy Nate Pulsifer
1909 2–6 Clarence Dittrick Robinson
1910 1–7–1 Everett Ireland Sheeny
1911 3–4 Ernest Merrill Clark Tobin
1912 5–4 Win Adams Charles Whelan
1913 7–1 Bill Bennett Charles Whelan
1914 5–3 George Angell Charles Whelan
1915 5–1–2 William Parks Charles Whelan
1916 5–3 Ollie Wescott Charles Whelan
1917 3–3 Jim Drummey Charles Whelan
1918 2–3 Lincoln Al Pierotti[7]
1919 2–5 Sal Calhoon Charles Whelan
1920 2–6 Owen Keefe William Parks
1921 1–5–2 Frank Russo William Parks
1922 5–4 Frank Russo Edward Casey
1923 6–2 Rudolf Tyler Edward Casey
1924 3–4–2 Evander French Edward Casey
1925 1–6 George Perry Edward Casey
1926 4–4 Cortland Schroder Arthur Sampson
1927 8–0 Melvin Bowker Arthur Sampson
1928 5–2–1 Fred Ellis Arthur Sampson
1929 5–1–2 Herman Rachdorf Arthur Sampson
1930 5–2 Harry Arlanson Lewis Manly
1931 3–2–2 Victor Knapman Lewis Manly
1932 5–1–2 Donald Cochrane Lewis Manly
1933 6–2 John McGonagle Lewis Manly
1934 8–0 Walter Froehlich Lewis Manly
1935 1–5–2 John Rendall Lewis Manly
1936 3–3–1 Roger Keith Lewis Manly
1937 3–4–1 Harold Zimman Lewis Manly
1938 1–6–1 Albert Pearson Lewis Manly
1939 3–4–1 Arthur Griffin Lewis Manly
1940 4–4 Edwin West Lewis Manly
1941 5–3 Art Harrison, Robert Rutter Lewis Manly
1942 2–5–1 Robert Bissett Lewis Manly
1943 6–2 Tony Deteso, George Sweeney Lewis Manly
1944 1–4–1 Carl Rautenberg Lewis Manly
1945 4–1 Carl Rautenberg, William Rohs Lewis Manly
1946 1–6 Junie Beers Fred Ellis
1947 5–3 Warren McKinnon Fred Ellis
1948 3–4–1 Franklin Steves, Francis Yirrell Fred Ellis
1949 5–3–1 John Calagione, Ed Schluntz Fred Ellis
1950 4–4–1 Andrew Forti, Leonard Knox Fred Ellis
1951 0–7–2 Richard Walsh Fred Ellis
1952 3–4–1 David Fenton, Robert Garvey Fred Ellis
1953 4–3 Robert Meehan, Thomas Myers Fred Ellis
1954 6–2 John Francini Harry Arlanson
1955 5–2 Robert Mattson, Norm Stewart Harry Arlanson
1956 6–1 David Wells, Norm Wright Harry Arlanson
1957 6–1–1 George Kurker, Josephy Asiaf Harry Arlanson
1958 6–2 Joseph Crowley, Ray Fisher Harry Arlanson
1959 5–2–1 Bart Higgins, John Marshall Harry Arlanson
1960 7–1 Bob McLucas, Charles Martin Harry Arlanson
1961 5–3 Dave Thompson, Murdoch MacDonald Harry Arlanson
1962 5–3 Don Curtis, Mark McDuffee Harry Arlanson
1963 2–6 Ralph Doran, Tim Brennan Harry Arlanson
1964 3–5 Peter Smith, Robert Long Harry Arlanson
1965 1–7 John Cluney, Bob Mastrovita Harry Arlanson
1966 1–7 Frank Hekemian, Mike McLaughlin Rocky Carzo
1967 1–6–1 David Pond Rocky Carzo
1968 5–3 Jim DiCarlo, Alan Herosian Rocky Carzo
1969 6–2 Bob Bass, Rich Giacchetti Rocky Carzo
1970 1–7 Robert Mosco Rocky Carzo
1971 3–5 Rodney Watson, Ken Wilson Rocky Carzo
1972 4–4 Frank Raviele, Bill Richards Rocky Carzo
1973 1–7 Craig Johnson, Bill Rittenhouse Rocky Carzo
1974 3–5 Robert Quinn, Alan Crosby Paul Pawlak
1975 2–6 Michael Carusi Paul Pawlak
1976 6–2 Jere Johnson, Robert Berluti, John Finnegan Paul Pawlak
1977 3–5 Ed Gaudiano, Mike Kelly, Mark Slaven Paul Pawlak
1978 5–3 Robert Lederman, Terrance Richards Vic Gatto
1979 8–0 Jim Ford, Bob Littlefield, Gary Heffernan Vic Gatto
1980 6–2 Tim Keegan, Steve Finnengan, Mike Brown Vic Gatto
1981 5–2–1 Brian Gallagher, John Galanis, Scott Carpenter Vic Gatto
1982 6–2 Tom Duffy, Anthony Serrano, Mark Harasimowicz Vic Gatto
1983 4–3–1 David Piermarini, Rich Giunta, Dan Meade Vic Gatto
1984 0–7–1 Brian McGrail, William Carroll, Jeff Micciche Vic Gatto
1985 3–4–1 James Lyons Duane Ford
1986 7–1 John Calnan, John O'Toole Duane Ford
1987 4–4 Andrew O'Brien Duane Ford
1988 4–3–1 James Burke Duane Ford
1989 6–2 Ron Lamothe, Russell Minkwitz Duane Ford
1990 6–2 James Downing, Ed Judge Duane Ford
1991 5–3 J.R. McDonald Duane Ford
1992 3–4–1 Mike Frisoli Duane Ford
1993 1–7 Brian Curtin Duane Ford
1994 2–6 Mike Daly, Brian Jenkins, Bob Murphy Bill Samko
1995 4–4 Damon Adams Bill Samko
1996 1–7 Greg Altman, Tim Henkels Bill Samko
1997 3–5 Greg Altman, Glen Fries, Dan Lord Bill Samko
1998 7–1 Jerry Karacz Bill Samko
1999 4–4 Jake MacDonald, John Routhier, Gerry Topping Bill Samko
2000 2–6 Pete DiStaulo Bill Samko
2001 6–2 Scott Mittenthal, Mike Willey Bill Samko
2002 3–5 Caleb Hudak, Scott Treacy, Evan Zupancic Bill Samko
2003 5–3 Caleb Hudak, Justin Kelley, Tim Mack, Reid Palmer Bill Samko
2004 2–6 Donavan Brown, Jason Casey, Dave Hatch, Chris Lawrence Bill Samko
2005 2–6 Patrick Magoon Bill Samko
2006 4–4 Adam Arsenault, Chris Decembrele, Brett Holm, Brian Schurko Bill Samko
2007 5–3 Adam Arsenault, Kevin Anderson, Kevin Gleason Bill Samko
2008 4–4 Kevin Anderson, Geoff Kramer, Tyson Reynoso Bill Samko
2009 2–6 Anthony Fucillo, Alex Perry, Dan Stebbins, Tom Tassinari Bill Samko
2010 1–7 Pat Bailey, Anthony Fucillo, Donnie Simmons Bill Samko
2011 0–8 Nick Falk, Luke Lamothe, J.T. Rinciari Jay Civetti
2012 0–8 Dylan Haas, Andrew Rayner, Chris Toole Jay Civetti
2013 0–8 Connor Glazier, Sean Harrington, Tommy Meade Jay Civetti
2014 4–4 James Brao, Tommy Meade, Landon Davis Jay Civetti
2015 6–2 Corey Burns, Matt McCormack Jay Civetti
2016 7–1 Chance Brady, Mike Rando, Mike Stearns Jay Civetti

References

  1. ^ a b "Tufts Digital Library". dl.tufts.edu.
  2. ^ Tufts University Visual Identity Standards Quick Guide (PDF). Retrieved June 30, 2016.
  3. ^ "Tufts Journal: Features: Gridiron history".
  4. ^ "The Tufts Daily". The Tufts Daily.
  5. ^ "Tufts".
  6. ^ "Tufts University Football Program Records".
  7. ^ "Pierotti "Wises" Up Tufts on Harvard Formation". The Boston Daily Globe. November 7, 1918.
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