Jack Scully
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    Guard
HS: Holyoke Holyoke, MA
Born:  
Season Stats
Season Cl Pos G GS FG FGA % FT FTA % Fls DQ Pts PPG
1905-06 Fr G +3 +2 +7     0 0 ---     +14 0.0
1909-10 Jr G +7 +7 +3     0 0 ---     +6 0.0
Career    
+10
+9
+10
0
0.0% 
0
0
---
 
 
+20
0.0

Jack Scully was an outstanding athlete at Syracuse in the first decade of the 20th century. Scully lettered in basketball and basketball in 1909, and lettered four times in baseball (1906, 1907, 1909, and 1910).

Scully was a reserve on this team his freshman season. He joined the basketball team mid season in 1909, and secured a starting guard position for the remainder of the season. He was noted as a good ball handler, both in dribbling and in passing the ball. He also was a superb defender.

Scully started at both end (wide receiver) and fullback for the football team. He had a memorable game in a loss to highly touted Carlisle, where he scored ten points in a 14-11 loss on October 16, 1909. Scully returned a fumble 40 yards for a touchdown, kicked a field goal and an extra point. Scully would coach the freshman football team in 1910.

Scully was a shortstop and third baseman on the baseball team. He was captain of the team his last season.

Scully graduated from the Syracuse school of law in 1911. He would coach Clarkson Tech's football team for a season.

[Statistics missing from 2 games in 1909-1910 and four games in 1905-1906 noted by the +]

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