| September 15, 1869
New York City, New York (1869-09-15) |
1932, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Charles P. Howland Wikipedia
Charles Prentice Howland (September 15, 1869 – November 12, 1932) was an American football coach and lawyer. He was the first head football coach at Brown University. He coached the Brown Bears football program for the 1892 season and compiled a record of 4–5–1. Howland graduated from Yale University in 1891, and received a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1894. He later practiced law in New York City and worked as a research associate at his alma mater, Yale. He died in 1932.