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Andrew A. Stone

Andrew A. Stone
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"Lex"
Sport(s) Football, basketball
Biographical details
Born (1885-05-19)May 19, 1885[1]
Dellrose, Tennessee
Died March 22, 1925(1925-03-22) (aged 39)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Alma mater Sewanee:The University of the South
Playing career
Football
1906–1907

Sewanee[2]
Position(s) Tackle
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Football
1910

Basketball
1910–1911

Tennessee


Tennessee
Head coaching record
Overall 3–5–1 (football)
7–9 (basketball)
Statistics
Accomplishments and honors
Awards
All-Southern
2nd All-Time Sewanee football team

Andrew Alexis "Lex" Stone[3] (May 19, 1885 – March 22, 1925) was an American football player, a coach of football and basketball, and a politician.

Sewanee

Stone was a prominent tackle for the Sewanee Tigers of Sewanee:The University of the South. At Sewanee he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. Stone was picked as a second-team tackle on Sewanee's All-time football team.[4]

1907

Stone was selected All-Southern in 1907. Vanderbilt coach Dan McGugin wrote "Lex Stone, of Sewanee, at left tackle was also an exceptional man. He is strong, fast, heavy and good running with the ball or stopping an opponent who has it. He, too, is a line man of a decade for a SIAA college."[5] He was given honorable mention by Walter Camp.[6]

Tennessee

He served as the head football coach at the University of Tennessee for one season in 1910, compiling a record 3–5–1. He also coached the Tennessee Volunteers basketball team during the 1910–11 season, tallying a mark of 7–9. Stone also served in the Tennessee House of Representatives from 1913 to 1915.

Head coaching record

Football

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Tennessee Volunteers (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1910)
1910

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References

  1. ^ "Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. The catalogue of the Phi delta theta fraternity online. (page 138 of 217)". 
  2. ^ "Stone, Andrew Alexis". Biographical Directory of the Tennessee General Assembly: 1901-1931: 631. 1975. 
  3. ^ The Volunteer (yearbook) p. 28
  4. ^ "Sewanee's All-Time Football Team". Sewanee Alumni News. February 1949. 
  5. ^ Dan McGugin (1907). "Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Foot Ball". The Official National Collegiate Athletic Association Football Guide (National Collegiate Athletic Association): 71–75. 
  6. ^ "Camp Selects Team". The Washington Herald. December 27, 1907. p. 8. Retrieved March 14, 2015 – via Newspapers.com.  open access publication - free to read

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