List of Pacific Tigers head football coaches

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The Pacific Tigers college football team represented University of the Pacific (CA). The Tigers competed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) College Division in the years 1937–1968. In 1969, the team moved to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I and stayed there until disbanding after the 1995 season.

The program had 16 identifiable head coaches in its 80 seasons of existence. No coach is currently identified for the initial five seasons of play.

Coaches[edit]

No. Coach Tenure Seasons Win Loss Tie Pct. Bowls
1 (no record) 1895, 1898–1899 3 0 4 1 .100 0
2 George Sperry 1919 1 1 4 0 .200 0
3 Paul McCoy 1920 1 1 2 1 .333 0
4 Erwin Righter 1921–1932 12 54 34 4 .609 0
5 Amos Alonzo Stagg 1933–1946 14 60 77 7 .441 1
6 Larry Siemering 1947–1950 4 35 5 3 .849 2
7 Ernie Jorge 1951–1952 2 13 8 1 .614 2
8 Jack Myers 1953–1960 8 39 33 5 .539 0
9 John Rohde 1961–1963 3 12 17 0 .414 0
10 Don Campora 1964–1965 2 3 17 0 .150 0
11 Doug Scovil 1966–1969 4 21 19 0 .525 0
12 Homer Smith 1970–1971 2 8 14 0 .364 0
13 Chester Caddas 1972–1978 7 38 38 2 .500 0
14 Bob Toledo 1979–1982 4 14 30 0 .318 0
15 Bob Cope 1983–1988 6 22 46 0 .324 0
16 Walt Harris 1989–1991 3 11 24 0 .314 0
17 Chuck Shelton 1992–1995 4 15 29 0 .341 0
   Totals   1895–1995   80  347  401  24 .465  5

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