Tom Fennell

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Thomas Francis Fennell (1875 – November 4, 1936) was an American football player and coach in the United States. He served as the head football coach at the University of Cincinnati in 1897 and at Pennsylvania State University from 1904 to 1908, compiling a career college football record of 42–18–2. Fennell played football at Cornell University, where he is a member of their Athletic Hall of Fame.

Fennell was the son of Thomas McCarthy Fennell. He graduated from Cornell Law School, and was admitted to the bar. During his legal career, he was City Attorney of Elmira, County Attorney of Chemung County, and First Deputy Secretary of State of New York. In November 1910, he ran on the Republican ticket for New York State Treasurer but was defeated.

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Fennell was inducted into Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame. Fennell was described as a "star" in three different sports while at Cornell: Football, Men's Crew, and Men's Track as well as being Heavyweight Champion in boxing.The Cornell Hall of Fame states that Fennell
rowed on the 1895 crew that participated in England’s Henley Regatta. He was the center on the 1895 football team quarterbacked by Cornell’s first All-American, Clint Wyckoff. Fennell was Penn State’s first full-time head football coach and served in that capacity from 1904-08, compiling a five-year record of 33-17-1, with his 06 team going 8-1-1. He gave up coaching to devote time to his law practice in Elmira,...... ... ...

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