Edward Donahue


Edward Donahue

Edward Donahue was the head football coach at Clemson from 1917 to 1920. His record stands at 21-12-3(.625). He also served as the school's basketball and baseball coach, as well as the track coach. He was an alumnus of Washington & Lee college, where he played basketball and baseball. He later went on to serve as the school's basketball, baseball, and football coach.


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