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Charles Crawford "Doc" Stroud (October 23, 1870 – December 8, 1949) was an American football, basketball, and baseball coach and college athletics administrator. Stroud was born on October 26, 1870 in Thompson, Connecticut and attended Putnam High School in Putnam, Connecticut. He graduated from Tufts College in 1894. At Tufts, he played on the varsity football and baseball team and was captain of the track team. He taught for a year at Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester, Vermont before returning to Tufts in 1895 to attend Tufts Medical College and coach football. Stroud earned an Doctor of Medicine degree from Tufts in 1897 and subsequently served as the school's physical director of athletics. He resigned from his position at Tufts in 1905 to succeed J. W. H. Pollard as physical direc

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  • Charles Crawford "Doc" Stroud (October 23, 1870 – December 8, 1949) was an American football, basketball, and baseball coach and college athletics administrator. Stroud was born on October 26, 1870 in Thompson, Connecticut and attended Putnam High School in Putnam, Connecticut. He graduated from Tufts College in 1894. At Tufts, he played on the varsity football and baseball team and was captain of the track team. He taught for a year at Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester, Vermont before returning to Tufts in 1895 to attend Tufts Medical College and coach football. Stroud earned an Doctor of Medicine degree from Tufts in 1897 and subsequently served as the school's physical director of athletics. He resigned from his position at Tufts in 1905 to succeed J. W. H. Pollard as physical director and athletic coach at Rochester University in Rochester, New York. In 1910, Stroud was hired as the athletic director at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. He left Mercer in 1913 to become the athletic director at Louisiana State University (LSU). At LSU, he also served as head coach for the LSU basketball and LSU baseball teams. He coached the men's basketball team for one season during the 1919–20 basketball season and had a 19–2 record. He coached the baseball team for eight seasons from 1914 to 1921 and compiled a record of 75–58–5. Stroud was also as the head baseball coach and athletic director at Louisiana State Normal School—now known as Northwestern State University–Natchitoches, Louisiana. Stroud died on December 8, 1949 in Natchitoches. (en)
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  • Charles Crawford "Doc" Stroud (October 23, 1870 – December 8, 1949) was an American football, basketball, and baseball coach and college athletics administrator. Stroud was born on October 26, 1870 in Thompson, Connecticut and attended Putnam High School in Putnam, Connecticut. He graduated from Tufts College in 1894. At Tufts, he played on the varsity football and baseball team and was captain of the track team. He taught for a year at Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester, Vermont before returning to Tufts in 1895 to attend Tufts Medical College and coach football. Stroud earned an Doctor of Medicine degree from Tufts in 1897 and subsequently served as the school's physical director of athletics. He resigned from his position at Tufts in 1905 to succeed J. W. H. Pollard as physical direc (en)
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