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Larry McElreavy

Larry McElreavy
Sport(s) College football
Biographical details
Born Claremont, New Hampshire
Playing career
1966–1969 New Hampshire
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1983–1985
1986–1988
New Haven
Columbia
Head coaching record
Overall 14–46
Statistics
College Football Data Warehouse

Larry Brian McElreavy was an American college football head coach. From 1983–1985 he led the New Haven Chargers, going 12–18. He then moved on to coach the Columbia Lions from 1986–1988, but only managed a paltry 2–28 record. McElreavy resigned following the 1988 season and finished his head coaching career with an overall record of 14–46.[1][2]

After leaving coaching, McElreavy went into the real estate business. He currently works as a car salesman in Bellows Falls, VT. [3]

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Rank#
New Haven Chargers (Division II Independent) (1983–1985)
1983 New Haven 1–9
1984 New Haven 5–5
1985 New Haven 6–4
Columbia Lions (Ivy League) (1986–1988)
1986 Columbia 0–10
1987 Columbia 0–10
1988 Columbia 2–8
Total: 14–46
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
#Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.

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