|1919 Connecticut Aggies football|
|Conference||Athletic League of New England State Colleges|
|Record||2–6 (1–2 New England)|
|Home stadium||Gardner Dow Athletic Fields|
The 1919 Connecticut Aggies football team represented Connecticut Agricultural College, now the University of Connecticut, in the 1919 college football season. The Aggies were led by first year head coach Roy J. Guyer, and completed the season with a record of 2–6. There was no team in 1917 or 1918 due to World War I. After the first game against New Hampshire, Aggie junior Gardner Dow died of injuries from a tackle he delivered in the fourth quarter. The school would name the Athletic Fields on which many sports competed for him.
|September 27||at New Hampshire||Durham, NH||L 0–13|
|October 4||at Massachusetts||L 7–15|
|October 11||at Trinity (CT)*||L 0–6|
|October 18||at Stevens*||Hoboken, NJ||L 0–35|
|October 25||at Holy Cross*||L 0–69|||
|November 1||New York Aggies*||L 7–33|
|November 8||Boston University*||W 7–0|
|November 22||at Rhode Island State||Kingston, RI (rivalry)||W 7–3|
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- "Connecticut Game by Game Results". College Football Data Warehouse. Archived from the original on 5 September 2015. Retrieved 22 November 2015.
- "Holy Cross Easy Winner: Runs Ahead 69 to 0 in Game with Connecticut Aggies". The New York Times. October 26, 1919. p. Sports 2 – via Newspapers.com.