Arthur "Dutch" Bergman -  Football Coach
Inducted 1982

Catholic University's football team was among the finest in the nation in the 1930s, and the man most responsible was Head Coach Arthur J. "Dutch" Bergman. He guided CUA to the most victories in its football history (59) and won the second Orange Bowl.

Before Bergman built the Flying Cardinals into a nationally prominent program, he helped Notre Dame become a national power as a player. He was a roommate of George Gipp and played under Coach Knute Rockne.

To learn more about Bergman's many accomplishments, click here.

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