|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||William Scott•O'Connor|
|Used name||William Scott•O'Connor|
|Born||23 May 1864 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA)|
|Died||16 January 1939 in Manhattan, New York, New York (USA)|
|Affiliations||Fencers Club, New York (USA)|
Along with Graeme Hammond, W. Scott O’Connor co-founded the Amateur Fencers League of America in 1891, and served as its secretary from its inception until 1925. He was the first AFLA champion in foil individual in 1892 and added the épée title in 1905. A long-time member of the New York Fencers Club, he was a member of the AFLA national championship épée team in 1908. In 1940, the AFLA dedicated the new national trophy in épée individual to W. Scott O’Connor; a twin to the cup offered in honor of Graeme Hammond for sabre individual.
|1904 Summer Olympics||Fencing||Single Sticks, Individual, Men||Olympic||2||Silver||Representing United States|
A date of birth of 20 July 1883 is seen, but this is impossible given that he was a national champion in 1892.