Goldman, Hyman : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Goldman, Hyman

Goldman played at Lehigh from 1918-1920. He graduated in 1921 as a chemical engineer and later returned to his alma mater to serve as an assistant coach.

Birth and Death Dates:
b. 1898- d. October 23, 1936

Career Highlights:
Goldman played three seasons for Lehigh at center. In 1918, they had a record of 3-3-0, including a 54-0 win over Muhlenberg. In 1919, they outscored their opponents 192-51 and finished the season with a record of 6-3-0, but lost to arch-rival Lafayette, 10-6, in the final game of the season.

In 1920, Goldman was named New York Herald All-East honorable mention and received the Arch Johnson Cup for excellence in scholarship and athletics. Lehigh had a record of 5-2-2, and lost to Lafayette again 27-7.


Career Dates:
Goldman played center for Lehigh University from 1918-1920.

Physical description:
150 pounds

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