1907 Navy Midshipmen football team

The 1907 Navy Midshipmen football team represented the United States Naval Academy during the 1907 college football season. In their first and only season under Joseph M. Reeves, the Midshipmen compiled a 9–2–1 record, shut out eight opponents, and outscored all opponents by a combined score of 118 to 34.[1][2] A. H. Douglas made Walter Camp's third-team All-America, the second Southerner ever to have done so.

1907 Navy Midshipmen football
ConferenceIndependent
Record9–2–1
Head coach
CaptainA. H. Douglas
Home stadiumWorden Field
Seasons
← 1906
1908 →
1907 Southern college football independents records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
South Carolina     3 0 0
Stetson     2 0 0
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial     1 0 0
Mississippi College     1 0 0
North Carolina A&M     6 0 1
Louisiana Industrial     9 1 0
Kentucky State     9 1 1
Texas     6 1 1
Texas A&M     6 1 1
Davidson     4 1 1
Florida     4 1 1
Navy     9 2 1
VPI     7 2 0
Virginia     6 3 1
TCU     4 2 2
West Virginia     6 4 0
VMI     5 3 0
Tulane     3 2 0
Oklahoma     4 4 0
North Carolina     4 4 1
Baylor     4 3 1
Arkansas     4 4 1
Maryland     3 5 0
George Washington     2 4 1
The Citadel     2 4 1
Georgetown     2 4 1
Howard (AL)     3 6 0
Oklahoma A&M     1 5 2
Chattanooga     0 5 1
Delaware     0 5 1
Catholic University     0 1 0
Spring Hill     0 1 0

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponentSiteResult
October 2St. John's (MD)W 26–0
October 5Dickinson
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
W 15–0
October 9Maryland
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD (rivalry)
W 12–0
October 12Vanderbilt
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
T 6–6
October 16St. John's (MD)
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
W 12–0
October 19Harvard
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
L 0–6
October 26Lafayette
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
W 17–0
November 2West Virginia
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
W 6–0
November 9Swarthmore
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
L 0–18
November 16Penn State
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
W 6–4
November 23VPI
  • Worden Field
  • Annapolis, MD
W 12–0
November 30vs. ArmyW 6–0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Football History" (PDF). United States Naval Academy. p. 189. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 4, 2016. Retrieved July 12, 2015.
  2. ^ "Navy Yearly Results (1905-1909)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. Archived from the original on July 15, 2015. Retrieved July 14, 2015.