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Reginald D. Root
Head coaching record
Overall42–27–1 (men's lacrosse)
4–4 (football)

Reginald D. Root was an American football and men's lacrosse coach at Yale University.

He served as the men's lacrosse coach for two stints, first during the 1929–1930 to 1930–1931 seasons and later during the 1936–1937 to 1942–1943 seasons while compiling a record of 42–27–1.[1] He also served as head football coach in 1933, compiling a record of 4–4.[2]

Head coaching recordEdit

Men's lacrosseEdit

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Yale (Ivy) (1929–1930–1930–1931)
1929–1930 7–1 4–0
1930–1931 7–2 5–0
Yale: 14–3 9–0


Yale (Ivy) (1936–1937–1942–1943)
1936–1937 4–4 2–2
1937–1938 2–4 2–2
1938–1939 3–5 1–3
1939–1940 5–4–1 1–2
1940–1941 † 7–3
1941–1942 5–2 3–1
1942–1943 2–2 1–0
Yale: 28–24–1 10–10
Total: 42–27–1 (.607)

      National champion         Conference regular season champion         Conference tournament champion
      Conference regular season and conference tournament champion       Conference division champion

† Competed as an independent

FootballEdit

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Yale (Independent) (1933)
1933 Yale 4–4
Yale: 4–4
Total: 4–4
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance or Bowl Coalition game.

ReferencesEdit

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