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Holy Cross Sets 2015-17 Football Schedule, Announces Syracuse Game

Thursday, April 02, 2015

 

Head coach Tom Gilmore

The Holy Cross Crusaders football team has finalized their schedule for the 2015-2017 seasons and a game against Syracuse in 2019 at the Carrier Dome. 

“I am pleased to announce that our football team will have the opportunity to play at Syracuse in the 2019 football season. This will be another important game for our program and our institution to play against a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) opponent on a big stage with a national audience," said Athletic Director Nathan Pine.

Holy Cross and Syracuse have played 28 times in their history. This will be the first meeting between the two programs since 1973. 

Finalized schedules

2015

Holy Cross will open the 2015 season with two road games, the first on September 5 at Monmouth followed by a September 19 game at Towson. 

The Crusaders will play their home opener on September 26 against conference rival Colgate at Fitton Field. 

Holy Cross will host non conference games against Albany, and New England rivals Brown and Bryant University. 

The Crusaders will wrap up the 2015 season at home on November 21 against Georgetown.  

2016 Notes

Holy Cross will open the 2016 season with a three game road trip against Morgan State, New Hampshire and Albany. 

The Crusaders will open the home schedule on September 24 against Dartmouth but will only play four homes on the season. 

Holy Cross will conclude the season on November 12 against Fordham. The game will be played at Yankee Stadium. 

2017 Notes 

Holy Cross will open the 2017 season against Albany on September 2 and plays notable road games on September 9 against UConn and October 14 against Yale. 

The Crusaders wrap up the season against Fordham on November 11. 

Click here to see the full schedules. 

 

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