Samuel M. Hammond
Hammond pictured in The Epitome 1899, Lehigh yearbook
October 24, 1870|
New Canaan, Connecticut
|Died||November 20, 1934
St. Petersburg, Florida
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
Samuel Mowbray Hammond (October 24, 1870 – November 20, 1934) was an American football coach and physician. He served as the head coach at Purdue University for one season in 1896 and at Lehigh University for one season in 1897, compiling a career record of 7–9–1.
Hammond's first coaching position was for the Purdue Boilermakers in West Lafayette, Indiana. Highlights of his one season as coach include a victory of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the DePauw Tigers.
Medical career and death
Hammond graduated from the Yale School of Medicine in 1893. While coaching football at Purdue, he was also a member of the physics faculty. Hammond practiced medicine as an ear and eye specialist in Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut for nearly four decades. He died at his winter home in St. Petersburg, Florida on November 20, 1934.
Head coaching record
|Purdue Boilermakers (Western Conference) (1896)|
|Lehigh Brown and White (Independent) (1897)|
- DR S. M. HAMMOND EXYALE PLAYER AND COACH DIES
- "DR. SAMUEL M. HAMMOND.; Retired Physician and Former Yale Football Player". The New York Times. November 22, 1934. Retrieved January 27, 2012.
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