1902 West Virginia Mountaineers football
ConferenceIndependent
1902 record7–4
Head coach
CaptainLewis O. Smith
Seasons
← 1901
1903 →
1902 Southern college football independents records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
Oklahoma A&M     1 0 0
Spring Hill     1 0 0
Texas A&M     7 0 2
Marshall     5 0 2
Virginia     8 1 1
South Carolina     6 1 0
Kentucky University     7 2 0
Howard (AL)     3 1 0
North Carolina     5 1 3
Georgetown     7 3 0
Arkansas     6 3 0
Oklahoma     6 3 0
Florida State College     2 1 0
Stetson     2 1 1
West Virginia     7 4 0
VPI     3 2 1
Davidson     4 4 1
East Florida Seminary     1 1 0
Louisiana Industrial     1 1 1
Richmond     3 3 0
VMI     3 3 1
William & Mary     1 1 1
Baylor     3 4 2
North Carolina A&M     3 4 2
Maryland     3 5 2
Davidson     3 5 1
Delaware     3 5 1
Florida Agricultural     1 2 1
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial     1 2 0
Columbian     1 3 0
Navy     2 7 1
TCU     0 5 1
Central Oklahoma     0 1 0
Kendall     0 1 0
Tusculum     0 1 0

The 1902 West Virginia Mountaineers football team was an American football team that represented West Virginia University as an independent during the 1902 college football season. In its first and only season under head coach Harold J. Davall, the team compiled a 7–4 record and outscored opponents by a total of 219 to 87. Lewis O. Smith was the team captain.[1]

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultSource
September 27Alumni and All-StarsMorgantown, WVW 11–6
October 4Westminster (PA)Morgantown, WVW 25–0
October 11at Ohio StateColumbus, OHL 0–30
October 18Alumni and All-StarsMorgantown, WVL 0–6
October 22at Western University of PennsylvaniaW 23–6[2]
October 24at MariettaMarietta, OHW 12–6
November 1at Georgetown
L 0–5
November 15Grove CityMorgantown, WVW 53–0
November 19at Washington & JeffersonL 0–23[3][4]
November 22vs. Washington and LeeCharleston, WVW 17–5
November 27West Virginia WesleyanMorgantown, WVW 78–0

References

  1. ^ "2017 West Virginia Football Media Guide". West Virginia University. 2017. pp. 169, 175.
  2. ^ "West Virginia University Too Strong for the Wups". The Pittsburg Post. October 23, 1902. p. 10 – via Newspapers.com.
  3. ^ "West Va. Tackles W. & J. Team Today". The Pittsburgh Gazette. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. November 19, 1902. p. 10. Retrieved September 28, 2021 – via Newspapers.com open access.
  4. ^ "West Virginia Is Beaten". The Pittsburgh Post. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. November 20, 1902. p. 8. Retrieved September 28, 2021 – via Newspapers.com open access.