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Vince Stevenson


Vincent Moore Stevenson

Inducted 1968

Date of Birth



Livingston, KY


University of Pennsylvania (1904-1905)


A featherweight quarterback at 147 pounds, Vince Stevenson possessed an innovative and imaginative approach to the game. It was this ability to pull off the unexpected which enabled Stevenson to lead the Quakers to a perfect 12-game record in 1904. Penn out-scored its competition, 222-4, that season, and Stevenson merited All-America recognition from the Walter Camp. The next season Penn was again undefeated with a 12-0-1 record. Fifty years after his graduation, Stevenson was still being named to all-time Penn teams. After leaving the college, Stevenson became a crewman on trans-oceanic oil tankers facing German submarine threats as his ships were among the primary World War I targets of U-boat commanders.


Height 5'10

Weight 147

Career Highlights

  • 1904 Consensus All-America
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