SYRACUSE - 1913-1914

Franchise transferred from Newburgh, NY on January 11, 1914. Record in Newburgh was 16-17. Syracuse dropped out of the league on March 18, 1914.

Newburgh played home games at the State Armory – Seating capacity – 1,500   Syracuse played home games at the Alhambra – Seating capacity 3,000

Newburgh = N   Syracuse = S

 

SYRACUSE STARS NYSL  18-36 CHIEF MULLER 2-9
TODD DEISSEROTH 14-8
PAUL STEINBERG 0-1
FRANK KNOWLAND 2-18
PLAYER POS AGE HGT WGT COLLEGE TRANSACTIONS  GA FGM FTM PTS AVG
Bobby Vance F 24 5:09 160 Notre Dame;10 fr Troy 15 41 21 103 6.9 S
Tubby Lamb F-G 25 5:10 170 None to Paterson 35 83 42 208 5.9 NS
Toby Matthews C-F-G 34 6:01 180 None 35 58 28 144 4.1 NS
Sid Barger G-C-F 28 5:11 165 Columbia(NY) to Troy 38 16 18 50 1.3 NS
Jake Fuller G-F 24 5:03 150 None to Kingston 34 34 40 108 3.2 NS
Chief Muller F-C 28 6:00 180 None to Troy 33 96 58 250 7.6 N
Joe Dreyfus F-G 21 5:11 165 None fr Newark/to Utica 18 42 15 99 5.5 S
Jesse Messer G 24 5:11 165 None fr KIngston 8 22 4 48 6.0 S
Jack Nugent C-G 26 6:02 170 None fr Troy 15 19 9 47 3.1 S
Mike Roberts G 26 5:08 165 None 8 16 9 41 5.1 S
Ed Petrick F-G 24 5:09 155 None 11 17 6 40 3.6 S
Ira Streusand F-G-C 23 5:06 125 CCNY/NYU’11 to Brooklyn/fr Newark 21 11 15 37 1.8 NS
Jimmy Murnane F 27 5:07 160 None 8 10 5 25 3.1 S
Brad Hall F 24 5:08 150 None fr/to Utica 8 9 1 19 2.4 S
Bill Brunner G-F 26 5:11 170 None 9 7 3 17 1.9 S
Gus Yerkes F-G 26 None 3 2 0 4 1.3 S
Bill Filkins F-G 20 6:00 160 None 2 1 1 3 1.5 S
Howard Laun F-G 22 5:09 165 NOne 1 0 2 2 2.0 S
Charles Lamb F-G 27 5:10 175 None to Newark 1 0 0 0 0.0 N
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