Harold D. Ashkenazy
Ashe played for Bowdoin and was one of the tiny Maine college's best players in the mid-1930s. During his three seasons with the Polar Bears, Bowdoin won the Maine State title by defeating Bates College, Colby College, and the University of Maine. Before 1965, the four schools all played each other and the team with the best record was awarded the title. With Ashe leading the way, Bowdoin went undefeated all three years of his career.
Birth and Death Dates:
b. November 10, 1916 - d. April 15, 1962
In 1935 and 1936, Ashe was named AP All-New England and the team had record of 5-1-1 and 5-2-0 respectively. They defeated Wesleyan 33-0 in 1935, a win that is still the tenth largest margin of victory in school history. In 1937, Harold was the team's co-captain and the Polar Bears finished with a record of 4-1-2.
Harold played guard at Bowdoin College from 1935-1937.
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