January 1, 1886|
|Died||December 1942 (aged 56)
|Alma mater||University of Pennsylvania|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
Frank A. "Dutch" Sommer (January 1, 1886 – December 1942) was an American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at Colgate University (1912), Pennsylvania Military College—now known as Widener University (1913), Villanova College—now Villanova University (1914–1915, 1924), and Michigan Agricultural College—now Michigan State University (1916), compiling a career record of 26–13–5. Sommer coached at Colgate in 1912, where he compiled a record of 5–2. He then coached at Villanova for 1914, 1915, and later for one season in 1924. His overall record there was 12–9–2. In his only season at Michigan Agricultural in 1916, Sommer led the Spartans to a 4–2–1 record. Sommer was a former All-American halfback from the University of Pennsylvania. He earned a L.L.B. degree at Penn, graduating in 1913. He died in Philadelphia in December 1942.
Head coaching record
|Colgate (Independent) (1912)|
|Pennsylvania Military Cadets (Independent) (1913)|
|Villanova Wildcats (Independent) (1914–1915)|
|Michigan Agricultural Aggies (Independent) (1916)|
|Villanova Wildcats (Independent) (1924)|
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