The 1896 Latrobe Athletic Association season was their first season in existence. The team finished 7-4-0. This season John Brallier became the first openly professional football player.

1895 Latrobe Athletic Association season
Head Coach Russell Aukerman
Home Field
Results
Record 7-4-0
Place No divisions
Playoff Finish No playoffs
Timeline
Previous season Next season
N/A 1896

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Game Date Opponent Result
1 September 3, 1895 Jeannette Athletic Club[1] W 12-0
2 September 14, 1895 Altoona Athletic Association L 7-0
3 September 21, 1895 Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania W 14-4
4 September 28, 1895 Kiskiminetas W 4-0
5 October 4, 1895 Greensburg Athletic Association L 12-0
6 October 11, 1895 West Virginia Mountaineers L 10-0
7 October 18, 1895 Morrellville W 36-0
8 October 25, 1895 Indiana Normal School W 22-0
9 November 1, 1895 Johnstown W 36-0
10 November 8, 1895 Jeannette Athletic Club W 16-0
11 November 30, 1895 Greensburg Athletic Association[2] L 4-0

Season-by-season[edit | edit source]

Year W L T PCT PtsF PtsA Finish Coach League
1895 7 4 0 .636 140 33 Russell Aukerman Independent
1896 7 3 0 .700 228 28 Russell Aukerman Independent
1897 10 2 1 .769 288 34 Walter Okeson Independent
1898 7 3 0 .700 168 40 Alfred E. Bull Independent
1899 4 0 0 1.000 104 2 Russell Knight Independent
1900 5 3 0 .625 85 40 Russell Knight Independent
1901 2 1 0 .666 0 12 Russell Knight Independent
1902 2 0 2 1.000 39 2 John Brallier Independent
1903 9 0 0 1.000 284 5 John Brallier Independent
1904 9 0 0 1.000 323 0 John Brallier Independent
1905 8 0 0 1.000 187 0 John Brallier Independent
1906 3 1 0 .750 110 16 John Brallier Independent
1907 5 2 2 .555 110 20 John Brallier Independent
1908 Independent
1909 Independent
Totals 78 19 5 .764 2086 232 (including playoffs)

Game notes[edit | edit source]

  1. John Brallier's first game. Paid $10 by Latrobe manager Dave Berry to play.
  2. Score of game is disputed.

References[edit | edit source]

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