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Redmond Finney

Redmond Finney
Position: Center
Personal information
Date of birth: 1929
Place of birth: Maryland
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College: Princeton University
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Redmond Conyngham Stewart Finney Sr (born 1929) is a former American football and lacrosse player, athletic coach, teacher and headmaster. He was an All-American football and lacrosse player at Princeton during the 1950-1951 academic year. After graduating, Finney served in the Navy during the Korean War and later became a teacher then headmaster at the Gilman School.[1]

Finney played college football for the Princeton Tigers football team and was selected by both the Football Writers Association of America and the International News Service as a first-team player on their 1950 College Football All-America Teams.[2][3] He turned down an invitation to play in the Blue–Gray Football Classic to work on a thesis titled "Protestantism and Catholicism in 19th Century America." Finney also played lacrosse at Princeton and was selected as an All-American in that sport in the spring of 1951. He was the first man to be named first team All-American in two sports in the same academic year; Jim Brown later became the second person to accomplish the feat.[1]

Finney later worked as an athletic coach and teacher and subsequently became the headmaster at Gilman School in Baltimore, Maryland. He retired as headmaster at Gilman in 1992.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Mike Klingaman (April 5, 1992). "After 24 Years, Headmaster Finney Is Heading Off Into the Sunset". Baltimore Sun. 
  2. ^ ESPN College Football Encyclopedia. ESPN Books. 2005. p. 1220.  
  3. ^ "FWAA All America" (PDF). Football Writers Association of America. 17 December 2014. Retrieved February 5, 2015. 
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