Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

2020 non-conference scheduling

Collapse

Support The Site!

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • 2020 non-conference scheduling

    Figured it'd make sense to have a centralized thread for this. I've compiled everything I've found, and others can help fill in the gaps. Obviously not everything has been scheduled yet, but I hope to keep this thread alive until the schedules are finished. Numbers indicate the number of potential openings, some of which will end up as bye weeks.

    SR1

    GMAC


    Alderson Broaddus: at Glenville State, Chowan, Catawba, 1
    Findlay: Ferris State, at Northwood, at Saginaw Valley State, 1
    Hillsdale: Northwood, Indianapolis, at Michigan Tech, 1
    Kentucky Wesleyan: Frostburg State, at Southwest Baptist, 2
    Lake Erie: Mercyhurst, at Davenport, (at Valparaiso), Indianapolis
    Ohio Dominican: Shepherd, at West Liberty, at Ashland, at Northern Michigan
    Tiffin: Davenport, at St. Anselm, at Lindenwood, 1
    Walsh: at West Liberty, at Ashland, at St. Anselm, 1

    MEC

    Charleston (WV): 2
    Concord: 2
    Fairmont State: at Shorter, 1
    Frostburg State: at Kentucky Wesleyan, 1
    Glenville State: Alderson Broaddus, 1
    Notre Dame (OH): at Lindenwood, 1
    UNC Pembroke: at Winston–Salem State
    West Liberty: Walsh, Ohio Dominican
    West Virginia State: Shippensburg, 1
    West Virginia Wesleyan: at West Florida, 1
    Wheeling: at Seton Hill, 1

    NE10

    American International: Millersville, 2
    Assumption: Kutztown, Bentley, at Grand Valley State
    Bentley: West Chester, at Assumption, 1
    Franklin Pierce: (at Wesley), at New Haven, 1
    New Haven: Bowie State, Franklin Pierce, (at Dartmouth)
    Pace: at East Stroudsburg, 2
    St. Anselm: at California (PA), Tiffin, Walsh
    Southern Connecticut: 3
    Stonehill: Bloomsburg, 2

    PSAC

    California (PA): St. Anselm
    Clarion: at Lincoln (PA)
    Edinboro: Grand Valley State
    Gannon: 1
    Indiana (PA): 1
    Mercyhurst: at Lake Erie
    Seton Hill: Wheeling
    Slippery Rock: Wayne State (MI)
    Bloomsburg: at Stonehill
    East Stroudsburg: Pace
    Kutztown: at Assumption
    Lock Haven: 1
    Millersville: at American International
    Shepherd: at Ohio Dominican
    Shippensburg: at West Virginia State
    West Chester: at Bentley

    SR2

    CIAA

    Bowie State: at New Haven, Saginaw Valley State, at Texas A&M Commerce
    Chowan: Virginia–Wise, at Alderson Broaddus, at Erskine
    Elizabeth City State: Fayetteville State, (at Allen), vs. Virginia Union
    Lincoln (PA): Clarion, at Central State, Kentucky State
    Virginia State: (at Norfolk State), at Tuskegee, Johnson C. Smith
    Virginia Union: (at Hampton), at Lenoir–Rhyne, vs. Elizabeth City State
    Fayetteville State: at Elizabeth City State, at Wingate, at Benedict
    Johnson C. Smith: at Wingate, (Presbyterian), at Virginia State
    Livingstone: Clark Atlanta, 2
    St. Augustine's: Lenoir–Rhyne, Limestone, (at Delaware State)
    Shaw: (at North Carolina A&T), at Miles, Mars Hill
    Winston–Salem State: UNC Pembroke, (at North Carolina Central), Tuskegee

    GSC

    Delta State: (Bethel [TN]), at Tusculum, McKendree, 1
    Mississippi College: (at Lamar), at Albany State, 2
    North Greenville: (at Charleston Southern), at Newberry, Erskine, 1
    Shorter: Fairmont State, at Clark Atlanta, Erskine, 1
    Valdosta State: Kentucky State, at Albany State, 2
    West Alabama: Tusculum, Miles, 2
    West Florida: West Virginia Wesleyan, at Southwest Baptist, 2
    West Georgia: at Carson–Newman, Morehouse, 2

    SAC
    Carson–Newman: West Georgia, (Virginia Lynchburg), at Barton
    Catawba: at Erskine, Barton, at Alderson Broaddus
    Lenoir–Rhyne: at St. Augustine's, Virginia Union, at Barton
    Limestone: (at Gardner–Webb), at St. Augustine's, Barton
    Mars Hill: (at East Tennessee State), at Shaw, Barton
    Newberry: at Barton, North Greenville, at Erskine
    Tusculum: at West Alabama, Delta State, Barton
    Virginia–Wise: at Chowan, (at Presbyterian), Barton
    Wingate: Johnson C. Smith, Fayetteville State, 1

    SIAC (assuming 6 counting conference games like in 2019)

    Central State: (vs. Howard), Lincoln (PA), (at Edward Waters), 7 SIAC teams
    Kentucky State: at Southwest Baptist, at Valdosta State, at Lincoln (PA), (at Edward Waters)
    Lane: (at Edward Waters), 3
    Miles: Shaw, at West Alabama, (Edward Waters), 7 SIAC teams
    Tuskegee: (at Alabama State), Virginia State, at Winston–Salem State, (Edward Waters)
    Albany State: (vs. Florida A&M), Mississippi College, Valdosta State, 7 SIAC teams
    Benedict: Fayetteville State, 3
    Clark Atlanta: at Livingstone, Shorter, (at Tennessee State), 7 SIAC teams
    Fort Valley State: (at Alcorn State), (at Hampton), 7 SIAC teams, 1
    Morehouse: (Edward Waters), at West Georgia, 8 SIAC teams
    Savannah State: (Edward Waters), 3

    Independents

    Barton: Newberry, at Catawba, (at Davidson), at Limestone, Carson–Newman, at Mars Hill, Erskine, at Tusculum, Lenoir–Rhyne, at Virginia–Wise, 1
    Erskine: Catawba, Chowan, (at Apprentice), at Barton, (at Presbyterian), Newberry, at Shorter, at North Greenville, 3

    SR3

    GLIAC


    Ashland: at Indianapolis, Walsh, Ohio Dominican
    Davenport: at Tiffin, Lake Erie, Truman
    Ferris State: at Findlay, Central Washington, 1
    Grand Valley State: at Edinboro, at CSU Pueblo, Assumption
    Michigan Tech: McKendree, Hillsdale, 1
    Northern Michigan: at McKendree, Central Washington, Ohio Dominican
    Northwood: at Hillsdale, Findlay, 1
    Saginaw Valley State: at Truman, at Bowie State, Findlay
    Wayne State (MI): at Slippery Rock, Truman, Missouri S&T

    GLVC

    Indianapolis: Ashland, at Hillsdale, Lake Erie, 1
    Lindenwood: Notre Dame (OH), (at Indiana State), Tiffin, 1
    McKendree: Northern Michigan, at Michigan Tech, at Delta State, 1
    Missouri S&T: at South Dakota Mines, Chadron State, at Wayne State (MI), 1
    Quincy: Midwestern State, (Mayville State), (Virginia Lynchburg), William Jewell
    Southwest Baptist: Kentucky State, West Florida, Kentucky Wesleyan, 1
    Truman: Saginaw Valley State, at Wayne State (MI), at William Jewell, at Davenport
    William Jewell: Colorado Mesa, at Black Hills State, Truman, at Quincy

    SR4

    GNAC


    Azusa Pacific: West Texas A&M, at Angelo State, Texas A&M Commerce, (at Dixie State), at Eastern New Mexico
    Central Washington: (at Montana), at Northern Michigan, at Midwestern State, at Ferris State, Western New Mexico
    Simon Fraser: at Texas A&M Commerce, at UTPB, Angelo State, (CETYS – non-countable), 1
    Western Oregon: (at Idaho), Texas A&M Kingsville, at West Texas A&M, (at Tarleton State), Chadron State

    LSC

    Angelo State: Colorado Mines, Azusa Pacific, at Simon Fraser, 1
    Eastern New Mexico: New Mexico Highlands, at Adams State (at Tarleton State), Azusa Pacific
    Midwestern State: at Quincy, Central Washington, (at Tarleton State), 1
    Texas A&M Commerce: Simon Fraser, Bowie State, at Azusa Pacific, (Middle Georgia)
    Texas A&M Kingsville: CSU Pueblo, at Western Oregon, (at Tarleton State), 1
    UTPB: (Wayland Baptist), (at Tarleton State), Simon Fraser, (at Texas Southern)
    West Texas A&M: at Azusa Pacific, at Colorado Mines, Western Oregon, (Texas Wesleyan)
    Western New Mexico: Adams State, at Western Colorado, at Central Washington, 1

    RMAC

    Adams State: at Western New Mexico, Eastern New Mexico
    Black Hills State: (at Dickinson State), William Jewell
    Chadron State: at Missouri S&T, at Western Oregon
    Colorado Mesa: at William Jewell, 1
    Colorado Mines: at Angelo State, West Texas A&M
    CSU Pueblo: at Texas A&M Kingsville, Grand Valley State
    Fort Lewis: (at Northern Colorado), 1
    New Mexico Highlands: at Eastern New Mexico, 1
    South Dakota Mines: Missouri S&T, (at Dixie State)
    Western Colorado: Western New Mexico, (at Dixie State)
    Last edited by Inkblot; 05-12-2020, 12:28 PM.

  • #2
    CSU-P will play at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in 2020 as well. They resume their agreement with Commerce in 2021.

    Comment


    • #3
      Central Washington will also play at Ferris and Northern Michigan. At least 4 flights next year.

      Comment


      • #4
        Originally posted by Wildcat94 View Post
        Central Washington will also play at Ferris and Northern Michigan. At least 4 flights next year.
        Thanks. Do you know what weeks?

        Comment


        • #5
          I do not know for sure at this point but I am assuming the Ferris game will be early season like this year (week 2) and Northern Michigan probably late season in place of Southwest Baptist. I will post when I know the weeks for sure.

          Comment


          • #6
            Originally posted by Wildcat94 View Post
            I do not know for sure at this point but I am assuming the Ferris game will be early season like this year (week 2) and Northern Michigan probably late season in place of Southwest Baptist. I will post when I know the weeks for sure.
            If the LSC release is correct, CWU will play Western New Mexico in Week 11. I don't know how that affects things.

            Comment


            • #7
              SAC

              Barton does not play Wingate

              —————-
              CN: VA-Lynchburg (week 2)
              Catawba: Erskine (1)
              LR: St Augs (1) Va Union (2)
              LC: Gardner-Webb (1)
              MHC: ETSU (1) Shaw (3)
              NC: NGU (2) Erskine (9)
              TC; West Ala (1) Delta State (2)
              Wise: Chowan (1) Presbyterian (3)
              Wingate: JC Smith (1) Fayetteville (2)

              Barton: Davidson (3) Erskine (7)

              Comment


              • #8
                Originally posted by cneagle99 View Post
                SAC

                Barton does not play Wingate

                —————-
                CN: VA-Lynchburg (week 2)
                Catawba: Erskine (1)
                LR: St Augs (1) Va Union (2)
                LC: Gardner-Webb (1)
                MHC: ETSU (1) Shaw (3)
                NC: NGU (2) Erskine (9)
                TC; West Ala (1) Delta State (2)
                Wise: Chowan (1) Presbyterian (3)
                Wingate: JC Smith (1) Fayetteville (2)

                Barton: Davidson (3) Erskine (7)
                Thanks! Do you know the locations for these games?

                EDIT: Just found the source, which doesn't say the locations. https://www.thesac.com/about/SAC_Foo...es_2019-22.pdf

                EDIT 2: On further inspection, all the D2 games I didn't already know about appear to be the second half of home-and-homes. I've added locations for all under that assumption.
                Last edited by Inkblot; 12-07-2019, 11:54 AM.

                Comment


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Inkblot View Post

                  If the LSC release is correct, CWU will play Western New Mexico in Week 11. I don't know how that affects things.
                  I would assume it is correct. I have just heard who we were playing and where but not which week. I was making an assumption based on the home and home and trying to place them where I thought we would have openings. I would prefer to play Northern Michigan before all the winter weather kicks in for sure.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    A note on the NE-10: All NE-10 schools will play eight conference games which count in the league standings, with a ninth game as the back-end of a "home-and-home" (which does not count in the conference standings, unless that changed) and at least one OOC date. Most NE-10 schools have opted to play just 10 games this past season, with new football member Franklin Pierce and existing member St. Anselm the only schools to play a full 11 game slate. Also, most of the OOC games are against either PSAC opponents or against Northeast Conference (FCS) schools, which typically take place in Week 1 (the only open date available for OOC in the PSAC).
                    Cal U (Pa.) Class of 2014

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ctrabs74 View Post
                      A note on the NE-10: All NE-10 schools will play eight conference games which count in the league standings, with a ninth game as the back-end of a "home-and-home" (which does not count in the conference standings, unless that changed) and at least one OOC date. Most NE-10 schools have opted to play just 10 games this past season, with new football member Franklin Pierce and existing member St. Anselm the only schools to play a full 11 game slate. Also, most of the OOC games are against either PSAC opponents or against Northeast Conference (FCS) schools, which typically take place in Week 1 (the only open date available for OOC in the PSAC).
                      Well, at least one of them is filling their mid-season bye week this year. That's when Assumption's playing GVSU.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Wildcat94 View Post

                        I would assume it is correct. I have just heard who we were playing and where but not which week. I was making an assumption based on the home and home and trying to place them where I thought we would have openings. I would prefer to play Northern Michigan before all the winter weather kicks in for sure.
                        BTW, NMU plays indoors. Of course the weather could be an issue for travel

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 4nick8 View Post

                          BTW, NMU plays indoors. Of course the weather could be an issue for travel
                          Yes. Their dome beat out the Tacoma dome for the largest wooden dome years ago. Not sure if that still stands?? I was thinking for travel purposes.

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Wildcat94 View Post

                            Yes. Their dome beat out the Tacoma dome for the largest wooden dome years ago. Not sure if that still stands?? I was thinking for travel purposes.
                            It really depends on where CWU flies out of too. I know it is likely to be Seattle, but by then the Tri-Cities will have a new Red Eye flight to Chicago to go with its Minneapolis flight for getting deep into the midwest. There is also the Spokane airport, although that is 3 hours away from Ellensburg. If late in the year, it may be better for the team to use the Yakima airport and a charter, but those are the 3 options for fans for airports.

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Looks like I might have to add the NSIC to my list...

                              Comment

                              Ad3

                              Collapse
                              Working...
                              X