Millman, David : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Millman, David

Millman was a three-sport star for New York University in the 1940s, playing basketball, football, and track and field.

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Career Highlights:
Millman played three seasons as a back for NYU in the 1940s. In 1941, the Violets won their first two games, but struggled the rest of the year, losing their final seven games (they were outscored 243-47 on the year). After serving in World War II, Millman returned to NYU and helped lead a much improved Violets team to a record of 5-3-0 in 1946. NYU was outscored on the year despite their winning record, but this was due to a 72-6 loss to Boston College. In 1947, Millman was named AP All-East honorable mention as NYU finished the season with a record of 2-5-1. Millman is a member of the NYU (New York University) Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Career Dates:
Millman played as a back at New York University in 1941, and again from 1946-1947.

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