Bagshaw from the 1922 Tyee
Flint, Flintshire, Wales
|Died||October 3, 1930 (aged 46)
|Position(s)||End, halfback, quarterback|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1909–1920||Everett HS (WA)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|1 PCC (1925)|
Enoch Williams Bagshaw (January 31, 1884 – October 3, 1930) was an American football player and coach. From 1921 to 1929, he served as the head football coach at the University of Washington, compiling a 63–22–6 record. His 1923 and 1926 squads went 10–1–1, equaling the best marks of his career. He was a five-year starter on the football team at Washington.
Bagshaw was born in Flint, Flintshire, Wales and moved in 1892 with his family to the State of Washington, where he was raised. He served as a first lieutenant with the 43rd Engineer Battalion of the United States Army during World War I. Bagshaw was appointed supervisor of transportation for Washington state in 1930. He died at the age of 46, on October 3, 1930, after collapsing at the old capital building in Olympia, Washington.
Head coaching record
|Washington Sun Dodgers / Huskies (Pacific Coast Conference) (1921–1929)|
|National championship Conference title Conference division title or championship game berth|
- "'Little Giant' of Grid World Dies Suddenly; Enoch W. Bagshaw Drops Dead in Capitol Building at Olympia; Was State Transportation Head After Resigning As Husky Coach". Statesman Journal. Salem Oregon. Associated Press. October 4, 1930. pp. 1–2. Retrieved March 15, 2017 – via Newspapers.com .
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