Hall of Fame
Stan Pennock was an impressive human machine, perfectly
schooled in the fundamentals of football. A 60-minute player,
Pennock was everywhere on the field, joining fellow Hall of
Famer "Tack" Hardwick in providing Harvard with one of the
most aggressive defenses in Eastern football. During
Pennock's career, the Crimson crew was invincible,
demolishing rivals Princeton and Yale while marching unbeaten
through 27 straight games. Only ties with Pennsylvania (13-
13) and Brown (0-0) marred an otherwise perfect record.
The Crimson stood as national champions in each of
Pennock's three seasons, out-scoring the competition, 588-61.
It was the era of coach Percy Haughton at Harvard, an age of
hard-hitting, blood-letting football that included every
aggressive facet of the game. The 193-pound Pennock was a
three-time All-America selection.