East Carolina Pirates football, 1950–59

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1950

1950 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1950 record 7–3 (5–2 North State)
Head coach Bill Dole
Seasons
← 1949
1951 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 16 Newport News Apprentice School Newport News, Virginia W 21-7
September 23 Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory, North Carolina W 27-19
September 30 Hampden-Sydney Greenville, North Carolina L 38-26
October 7 Elon Burlington, North Carolina L 21-6
October 14 Western Carolina Greenville, North Carolina W 36-6
October 20 Guilford Greensboro, North Carolina W 26-7
October 28 Cherry Point Marines Greenville, North Carolina W 20-12
November 4 Appalachian State Boone, North Carolina L 20-0
November 11 High Point Greenville, North Carolina W 26-0
November 17 Atlantic Christian Greenville, North Carolina W 54-7

1951

1951 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1951 record 4–6 (1–3 North State)
Head coach Bill Dole
Seasons
← 1950
1952 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 15 Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg, Mississippi L 40-0
September 22 Newport News Apprentice School Newport News, Virginia W 32-6
September 29 Norfolk NAS Norfolk, Virginia W 7-6
October 6 Elon Greenville, North Carolina L 34-20
October 13 Western Carolina Cullowhee, North Carolina L 34-20
October 20 Guilford Greenville, North Carolina W 19-14
October 27 Lenoir-Rhyne Greenville, North Carolina L 41-14
November 3 Appalachian State Greenville, North Carolina L 24-20
November 10 Cherry Point Marines Cherry Point, North Carolina W 45-0
November 24 The Citadel Charleston, South Carolina L 21-7

1952

1952 East Carolina Pirates football
Lions Bowl, L 13–6 vs. Clarion
Conference North State Conference
1952 record 6–3–2 (4–1–1 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1951
1953 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 13 Norfolk NAS Greenville, North Carolina L 13-7
September 20 Newport News Apprentice School Greenville, North Carolina W 37-6
September 27 Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory, North Carolina L 7-6
October 4 Catawba Greenville, North Carolina T 7-7
October 11 Elon Burlington, North Carolina W 25-9
October 18 Western Carolina Greenville, North Carolina W 21-7
October 25 Guilford Greenville, North Carolina W 41-25
November 1 Appalachian State Boone, North Carolina W 22-19
November 8 Stetson DeLand, Florida T 19-19
November 15 West Virginia Tech Greenville, North Carolina W 34-7
December 13 Clarion Salisbury, North Carolina L 13-6

1953

1953 East Carolina Pirates football
North State Conference Champions
Elks Bowl, L 12–0 vs Morris Harvey
Conference North State Conference
1953 record 8–2 (6–0 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1952
1954 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 19 Wilson Teachers Greenville, North Carolina W 41-0
September 26 Lenoir-Rhyne Greenville, North Carolina W 34-0
October 3 Catawba Salisbury, North Carolina W 13-6
October 10 Elon Greenville, North Carolina W 45-25
October 17 Western Carolina Cullowhee, North Carolina W 26-7
October 24 Guilford Greenville, North Carolina W 40-0
October 31 Appalachian State Greenville, North Carolina W 40-7
November 7 Tampa Tampa, Florida L 18-13
November 14 Stetson DeLand, Florida W 40-6
January 2, 1954[1] Morris Harvey Greenville, South Carolina L 12-0

1954

1954 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1954 record 5–4–1 (3–2 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1953
1955 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 11 Norfolk NAS Greenville, North Carolina W 21-0
September 18 West Chester Greenville, North Carolina L 6-4
September 25 Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory, North Carolina W 7-6
October 2 Catawba Greenville, North Carolina W 26-7
October 9 Elon Burlington, North Carolina L 20-6
October 16 Western Carolina Greenville, North Carolina W 27-13
October 23 East Tennessee State Greenville, North Carolina T 6-6
October 30 Appalachian State Boone, North Carolina L 13-7
November 6 Tampa Tampa, Florida L 27-14
November 13 Stetson Greenville, North Carolina W 26-7

1955

1955 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1955 record 4–5 (3–2 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1954
1956 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 10 Norfolk NAS Greenville, North Carolina W 6-0
September 17 West Chester West Chester, Pennsylvania L 9-0
September 24 Lenoir-Rhyne Greenville, North Carolina L 7-6
October 1 Catawba Salisbury, North Carolina L 13-7
October 8 Elon Greenville, North Carolina W 13-0
October 15 Western Carolina Cullowhee, North Carolina W 14-6
October 22 East Tennessee State Johnson City Tennessee L 35-20
October 29 Appalachian State Greenville, North Carolina W 13-0
November 5 Tampa Greenville, North Carolina L 33-14

1956

1956 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1956 record 2–6–1 (2–3 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1955
1957 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 15 VPI Bluefield, West Virginia L 37-2
September 22 Stetson Greenville, North Carolina T 7-7
September 29 Catawba Greenville, North Carolina L 23-13
October 6 Elon Burlington, North Carolina W 19-7
October 13 Western Carolina Greenville, North Carolina W 20-19
October 20 Charleston Greenville, North Carolina L 28-0
October 27 Appalachian State Boone, North Carolina L 22-19
November 3 Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory, North Carolina L 57-12
November 17 Richmond Richmond, Virginia L 45-7

1957

1957 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1957 record 1–8 (1–6 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1956
1958 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 14 Richmond Portsmouth, Virginia L 40-7
September 28 Davidson Greenville, North Carolina L 19-7
October 5 Catawba Salisbury, North Carolina L 36-14
October 12 Elon Greenville, North Carolina L 21-12
October 19 Western Carolina Cullowhee, North Carolina L 20-7
October 26 Newberry Greenville, North Carolina L 20-7
November 2 Appalachian State Greenville, North Carolina L 7-6
November 9 Lenoir-Rhyne Greenville, North Carolina L 55-7
November 16 Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina W 6-0

1958

1958 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1958 record 6–4 (4–4 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1957
1959 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 13 Emory & Henry Greenville, North Carolina W 12-0
September 20 Presbyterian Greenville, North Carolina L 24-16
October 4 Catawba Greenville, North Carolina W 6-0
October 11 Elon Burlington, North Carolina W 14-6
October 18 Western Carolina Greenville, North Carolina W 18-7
October 25 Newberry Newberry, South Carolina L 28-6
November 1 Appalachian State Boone, North Carolina L 14-0
October 8 Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory, North Carolina L 59-14
October 15 Randolph-Macon Greenville, North Carolina W 36-6
October 27 Guilford Greenville, North Carolina W 20-0

1959

1959 East Carolina Pirates football
Conference North State Conference
1959 record 5–6 (3–5 North State)
Head coach Jack Boone
Seasons
← 1958
1960 →
Date Opponent Location Result
September 12 Presbyterian Clinton, South Carolina L 18-13
September 19 Albright Greenville, North Carolina W 45-0
September 26 Guilford Greensboro, North Carolina W 27-0
October 3 Catawba Salisbury, North Carolina W 34-7
October 10 Elon Greenville, North Carolina W 31-8
October 17 Western Carolina Cullowhee, North Carolina L 34-14
October 24 Newberry Newberry, South Carolina L 34-7
October 31 Appalachian State Greenville, North Carolina L 28-0
November 7 Lenoir-Rhyne Greenville, North Carolina L 22-21
November 14 Newport News Apprentice School Greenville, North Carolina W 74-0
November 21 Wofford Spartanburg, South Carolina L 20-13

References

  1. ^ "Harvey Triumphs In Elks Bowl Tilt". Brooklyn Daily Eagle. New York City. U.P. January 3, 1954. Retrieved March 29, 2017 – via newspapers.com.
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