Shaw will have five homes contests this year, including its season opener against Northeast-10 Conference (NE10) member New Haven on Saturday, Sept. 2 The Bears will then travel to Durham for its first meeting with NCCU for the first time since 2006 on Sept. 9.
The following week (Sept. 16) will put the Bears back at home with a contest versus Malone, a member of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (GMAC) for the first time ever in program history.
The Bears begin Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) play with a road contest at Bowie State (Sept. 30) before returning home to host Elizabeth City State on Sept. 30. Shaw will start division action at Fayetteville State on Oct. 7, followed by a home contest with Livingstone on Oct. 14.
|Sep. 02||New Haven||1:00 PM|
|Sep. 09||at North Carolina Central||6:00 PM|
|Sep. 16||Malone||4:00 PM|
|Sep. 23||at Bowie State *||TBA|
|Sep. 30||Elizabeth City State *||TBA|
|Oct. 07||at Fayetteville State * ^||1:00 PM|
|Oct. 14||Livingstone * ^||1:00 PM|
|Oct. 21||at Johnson C. Smith * ^||1:00 PM|
|Oct. 28||at Winston-Salem State * ^||TBA|
|Nov. 04||Saint Augustine's ^||12:00 PM|
Shaw will take part in a two-game road skid on Oct. 21 at Johnson C. Smith and Winston-Salem State (Oct. 28).
Cross-town rival Saint Augustine's will provide opposition to the Bears in this year's homecoming test. The game is scheduled for Nov. 4 at Durham County Memorial Stadium.
Shaw is coming off a 2-8 finish and 2-5 record in the CIAA under first year head coach Adrian Jones. The Bears closed out the season with a 35-32 victory over Saint Augustine's for the first annual Raleigh Classic. In addition, Shaw had five players receive All-CIAA Conference honors, two named to the All-Rookie Team and one CIAA Rookie of the Year.
All home football games are played at Durham County Memorial Stadium located on 750 Stadium Drive, Durham, NC 27704.
For the most up-to-date information on Shaw football and its 11 varsity sport teams, please visit www.shawbears.com.
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