1946 Wilmington Clippers season

The 1946 Wilmington Clippers season was their seventh season and their fourth season in the American Association. They had a 1-7-2 record which was their worst season.

1946 Wilmington Clippers season
Head coachLes Dodson
Home fieldWilmington Stadium
Results
Record1-7-2 (2-8-2 Unofficial)
Division placeWestern Division
Playoff finishNo playoffs

ScheduleEdit

The table below was compiled using the information from The Pro Football Archives.[1] The winning teams score is listed first. If a cell is greyed out and has "N/A", then that means there is an unknown figure for that game. Green-colored rows indicate a win; yellow-colored rows indicate a tie; and red-colored rows indicate a loss. Games in Italics are Exhibition and do not count towards their record.

Game Date Opponent Result Venue Attendance Record
1 September 10, 1946 Vineland Senators 3-6 L N/A N/A 0-0
2 September 22, 1946 Paterson Panthers 3-0 W Hinchliffe Stadium 6,000 1-0
3 September 29, 1946 Scranton Miners 26-0 L Wilmington Stadium 6,500 1-1
4 October 6, 1946 Newark Bombers 7-7 T Schools Stadium 3,000 1-1-1
5 October 13, 1946 Bethlehem Bulldogs 13-0 L Wilmington Stadium 4,000 1-2-1
6 October 20, 1946 Scranton Miners 14-14 T Scranton Stadium 4,500 1-2-2
7 October 23, 1946 Bethlehem Bulldogs 27-20 L Liberty High School Stadium N/A 1-3-2
8 October 27, 1946 Akron Bears 31-0 L Wilmington Stadium 5,000 1-4-2
9 October 31, 1946 Penn's Grove Red Devils 40-0 W N/A N/A 1-4-2
10 November 10, 1946 Jersey City Giants 32-0 L Wilmington Stadium 3,000 1-5-2
11 November 17, 1946 Akron Bears 20-0 L Rubber Bowl N/A 1-6-2
12 November 24, 1946 Bethlehem Bulldogs Cancelled Wilmington Stadium N/A 1-6-2
13 December 1, 1946 Long Island Indians 14-13 L Wilmington Stadium N/A 1-7-2

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "1946 Wilmington Clippers". The Pro Football Archives. Maher Sports Media. Retrieved December 12, 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)