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{{Infobox college coach
| name = Edward Mylin
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| name = Edward Mylin
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| sport = [[American football|Football]]
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| sport = [[American football|Football]], [[basketball]], [[baseball]]
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| birth_date = {{Birth date|1894|10|23}}
| current_team =
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| birth_place = [[Leaman Place, Pennsylvania]]
| current_conference =
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| death_date = {{Death date and age|1975|6|19|1894|10|23}}
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| death_place = [[Lancaster, Pennsylvania]]
| contract =
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| birth_date = {{Birth date|1894|10|23}}
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| player_sport1 = Football
| birth_place = [[Leaman Place, Pennsylvania]]
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| player_years2 = 1910s
| death_date = {{Death date and age|1975|6|19|1894|10|23}}
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| player_team2 = [[Franklin & Marshall Diplomats football|Franklin & Marshall]]
| death_place = [[Lancaster, Pennsylvania]]
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| player_positions = [[Quarterback]]
| player_years = 1910s
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| coach_sport1 = Football
| player_teams = [[Franklin & Marshall College|Franklin & Marshall]]
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| coach_years2 = 1919
| player_positions = [[Quarterback]]
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| coach_team2 = [[Massanutten Academy|Massanutten Military (VA)]]
| coach_years = 1919<br>early 1920s<br>1923&ndash;1933<br>1934&ndash;1936<br>1937&ndash;1942<br>1946<br>1947&ndash;1949
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| coach_years3 = early 1920s
| coach_teams = [[Massanutten Military Academy|Massanutten Military (VA)]]<br>[[Iowa State University|Iowa State]] (assistant)<br>[[Lebanon Valley College|Lebanon Valley]]<br>[[Bucknell University|Bucknell]]<br>[[Lafayette College|Lafayette]]<br>[[Lafayette College|Lafayette]]<br>[[New York University|NYU]]
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| coach_team3 = [[Iowa State Cyclones football|Iowa State]] (assistant)
| overall_record = 99&ndash;95&ndash;17 (college)
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| coach_years4 = 1923–1933
| bowl_record = 1&ndash;0
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| coach_team4 = [[Lebanon Valley Flying Dutchmen football|Lebanon Valley]]
| CFbDWID = 1715
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| coach_years5 = 1934–1936
| championships = 4 Middle Three Conference (1937, 1940&ndash;1942)
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| coach_team5 = [[Bucknell Bison football|Bucknell]]
| awards = [[AFCA Coach of the Year]] (1937)
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| coach_years6 = 1937–1942
| CFBHOF_year = 1974
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| coach_team6 = [[Lafayette Leopards football|Lafayette]]
| CFBHOF_id = 30008
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| coach_years7 = 1946
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| coach_team7 = [[Lafayette Leopards football|Lafayette]]
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| coach_years8 = 1947–1949
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| coach_team8 = [[NYU Violets football|NYU]]
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| coach_sport9 = Basketball
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| coach_years10 = 1923–1934
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| coach_team10 = [[Lebanon Valley Flying Dutchmen men's basketball|Lebanon Valley]]
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| coach_sport11 = Baseball
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| coach_years12 = 1935–1937
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| coach_team12 = [[Bucknell Bison baseball|Bucknell]]
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| overall_record = 99–95–17 (college football)<br>93–82 (college basketball)<br>12–27–1 (college baseball)
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| bowl_record = 1–0
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| tournament_record =
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| championships = Football<br>4 [[Middle Three Conference|Middle Three]] (1937, 1940–1942)
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| awards = Football<br>[[AFCA Coach of the Year]] (1937)
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| coaching_records =
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| CFBHOF_year = 1974
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| CFBHOF_id = 1462
 
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'''Edward Everett "Hook" Mylin''' (October 23, 1894 – June 19, 1975) was an [[American football]] player and coach of football, [[basketball]], and [[baseball]]. He served as the head coach at [[Lebanon Valley College]] (1923–1933), [[Bucknell University]] (1934–1936), [[Lafayette College]] (1937–1942, 1946), and [[New York University]] (1947–1949), compiling a career [[college football]] record of 99–95–17. Mylin was also the head basketball coach at Lebanon Valley from 1923 to 1934 and the head baseball coach at Bucknell from 1935 to 1937. He was inducted into the [[College Football Hall of Fame]] as a coach in 1974.
   
'''Edward Everett "Hook" Mylin''' (October 23, 1894 &ndash; June 19, 1975) was an [[American football]] player and coach. He served as the head coach at [[Lebanon Valley College]] (1923&ndash;1933), [[Bucknell University]] (1934&ndash;1936), [[Lafayette College]] (1937&ndash;1942, 1946), and [[New York University]] (1947&ndash;1949). Mylin was inducted into the [[College Football Hall of Fame]] as a coach in 1974.
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==Playing career and education==
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Mylin attended [[Franklin & Marshall College]], where he played football as a [[quarterback]], was a member of the [[Chi Phi Fraternity]], and graduated in 1916.
   
==Education==
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==Head coaching record==
Mylin attended [[Franklin & Marshall College]], where played football as a [[quarterback]], was a member of the [[Chi Phi Fraternity]], and graduated in 1916.
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===College football===
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==Coaching career==
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Mylin was the 23rd head [[college football]] coach for the [[New York University Violets]] located in [[New York, New York]] and he held that position for three seasons, from 1947 until 1949.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=JWtcPLD3-hsC&pg=PA293&lpg=PA293&dq=%2B%22jake+high%22+%2B%22NYU%22&source=web&ots=zBZc1nIDs6&sig=mMnmj9_ztBHJz79VRVCHxaqC5P0&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=4&ct=result The Ultimate Guide to College Football], James Quirk, 2004</ref> His career coaching record at NYU was 8 wins, 17 losses, and 1 ties. This ranks him eighth at NYU in total wins and 16th at NYU in winning percentage.<ref>[http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/discontinued/n/new_york/coaching_records.php New York University Violets coaching records]</ref>
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| name = [[Lebanon Valley Flying Dutchmen football|Lebanon Valley Flying Dutchmen]]
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| conf =
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| startyear = 1923
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| endyear = 1933
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| championship =
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| year = [[1923 college football season|1923]]
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| name = Lebanon Valley
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| overall = 4–4–1
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| year = [[1924 college football season|1924]]
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| name = Lebanon Valley
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| overall = 5–2–2
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| year = [[1925 college football season|1925]]
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| name = Lebanon Valley
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| overall = 2–3–3
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| year = [[1926 college football season|1926]]
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| name = Lebanon Valley
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| overall = 4–4
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| year = [[1927 college football season|1927]]
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| year = [[1928 college football season|1928]]
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| year = [[1932 college football season|1932]]
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| year = [[1933 college football season|1933]]
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| name = Lebanon Valley
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| overall = 38–45–12
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| name = [[Bucknell Bison football|Bucknell Bison]]
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| conf = Independent
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| startyear = 1934
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| endyear = 1936
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| championship =
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| year = [[1934 college football season|1934]]
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| name = Bucknell
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| overall = 7–2–2
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| bowlname = [[1935 Orange Bowl|Orange]]
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| bowloutcome = W
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| year = [[1935 college football season|1935]]
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| name = Bucknell
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| year = [[1936 college football season|1936]]
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| name = Bucknell
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| name = Bucknell
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| overall = 17–9–3
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| name = [[Lafayette Leopards football|Lafayette Leopards]]
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| conf = [[Middle Three Conference]]
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| startyear = 1937
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| endyear = 1942
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| championship = conference
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| year = [[1937 college football season|1937]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 8–0
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| conference = 2–0
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| confstanding = 1st
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| year = [[1938 college football season|1938]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 5–3
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| confstanding = 2nd
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| year = [[1939 college football season|1939]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 4–5
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| conference = 1–1
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| confstanding = 2nd
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| championship = conference
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| year = [[1940 college football season|1940]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 9–0
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| conference = 2–0
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| confstanding = 1st
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| ranking = 19
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| championship = conference
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| year = [[1941 college football season|1941]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 5–4
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| championship = conference
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| year = [[1942 college football season|1942]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 3–5–1
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| conference = 1–0–1
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| confstanding = T–1st
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| name = [[Lafayette Leopards football|Lafayette Leopards]]
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| conf = [[Middle Three Conference]]
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| startyear = 1946
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| endyear = single
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| championship =
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| year = [[1946 college football season|1946]]
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 2–7
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| conference = 1–1
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| confstanding = 2nd
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| name = Lafayette
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| overall = 36–24–1
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| confrecord = 10–3–1
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| name = [[NYU Violets football|NYU Violets]]
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| conf = Iindependent
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| startyear = 1947
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| endyear = 1949
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| year = [[1947 college football season|1947]]
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| name = [[1947 NYU Violets football team|NYU]]
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| overall = 2–5
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| championship =
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| year = [[1948 college football season|1948]]
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| name = NYU
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| overall = 3–6
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| championship =
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| year = [[1949 college football season|1949]]
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| name = NYU
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| overall = 3–6
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| name = NYU
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| overall = 8–17
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| confrecord =
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| overall = 99–95–16
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| bowls = no
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| polltype = Rankings from final [[AP Poll]]
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{{Persondata <!-- Metadata: see [[Wikipedia:Persondata]]. -->
 
| NAME = Mylin, Edward
 
| ALTERNATIVE NAMES = Mylin, Edward Everett; Mylin, Edward E.; Mylin, Hook
 
| SHORT DESCRIPTION = American football player and coach, baseball coach
 
| DATE OF BIRTH = October 23, 1894
 
| PLACE OF BIRTH = Leaman Place, Pennsylvania
 
| DATE OF DEATH = June 19, 1975
 
| PLACE OF DEATH = Lancaster, Pennsylvania
 
 
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Edward Mylin
File:Edward Mylin.jpg
Sport(s)Football, basketball, baseball
Biographical details
Born(1894-10-23)October 23, 1894
Leaman Place, Pennsylvania
DiedJune 19, 1975(1975-06-19) (aged 80)
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Playing career
Position(s)Quarterback
Head coaching record
Overall99–95–17 (college football)
93–82 (college basketball)
12–27–1 (college baseball)
Bowls1–0
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Football
4 Middle Three (1937, 1940–1942)
Awards
Football
AFCA Coach of the Year (1937)
College Football Hall of Fame
Inducted in 1974 (profile)

Edward Everett "Hook" Mylin (October 23, 1894 – June 19, 1975) was an American football player and coach of football, basketball, and baseball. He served as the head coach at Lebanon Valley College (1923–1933), Bucknell University (1934–1936), Lafayette College (1937–1942, 1946), and New York University (1947–1949), compiling a career college football record of 99–95–17. Mylin was also the head basketball coach at Lebanon Valley from 1923 to 1934 and the head baseball coach at Bucknell from 1935 to 1937. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 1974.

Playing career and education

Mylin attended Franklin & Marshall College, where he played football as a quarterback, was a member of the Chi Phi Fraternity, and graduated in 1916.

Head coaching record

College football

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs AP#
Lebanon Valley Flying Dutchmen () (1923–1933)
1923 Lebanon Valley 4–4–1
1924 Lebanon Valley 5–2–2
1925 Lebanon Valley 2–3–3
1926 Lebanon Valley 4–4
1927 Lebanon Valley 2–5–1
1928 Lebanon Valley 2–5–2
1929 Lebanon Valley 2–6–1
1930 Lebanon Valley 4–6
1931 Lebanon Valley 4–4
1932 Lebanon Valley 4–4
1933 Lebanon Valley 5–2–2
Lebanon Valley: 38–45–12
Bucknell Bison (Independent) (1934–1936)
1934 Bucknell 7–2–2 W Orange
1935 Bucknell 6–3
1936 Bucknell 4–4–1
Bucknell: 17–9–3
Lafayette Leopards (Middle Three Conference) (1937–1942)
1937 Lafayette 8–0 2–0 1st
1938 Lafayette 5–3 1–1 2nd
1939 Lafayette 4–5 1–1 2nd
1940 Lafayette 9–0 2–0 1st 19
1941 Lafayette 5–4 2–0 1st
1942 Lafayette 3–5–1 1–0–1 T–1st
Lafayette Leopards (Middle Three Conference) (1946)
1946 Lafayette 2–7 1–1 2nd
Lafayette: 36–24–1 10–3–1
NYU Violets (Iindependent) (1947–1949)
1947 NYU 2–5
1948 NYU 3–6
1949 NYU 3–6
NYU: 8–17
Total: 99–95–16
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance or Bowl Coalition game. #Rankings from final AP Poll.

References

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