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HBCU Football Stadium Profiles: CIAA

CIAA Football Stadiums come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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Lincoln University – Lincoln, PA

Name: Lincoln Stadium
Year Completed: 2012
Seating Capacity: 2,400

Bowie State University – Bowie, MD

Name: Bulldog Stadium
Year Completed: N/A
Seating Capacity: 2,964
Surface: Synthetic Turf

Virginia Union’s Hovey Field has a rich history.

Virginia Union University – Richmond, VA

Name: Hovey Field — Named after George Rice Hovey, the second president of the university. He donated nearly $200k in 21st-century dollars to purchase the land that became Hovey Park and eventually, Hovey Field. Today it is the second-oldest continually used college football stadium in the United States.

Year Completed: 1907
Seating Capacity: 10k
Surface: Transitioning to turf

Virginia State University — Ettrick, VA

Name: Rogers Stadium — Named after Williams Rogers, the first VSU faculty member to be named head coach.

Year Completed: 1950 (Renovated 2009)
Seating Capacity: 7,909
Surface: Grass

Elizabeth City State University — Elizabeth City, NC

Name: Roebuck Stadium
Year Completed: 1983
Seating Capacity: 5,000
Surface: Grass

Chowan University — Murfreesboro, NC

Name: Garrison Stadium
Year Completed: N/A
Seating Capacity: 2,500
Surface: Bermuda Grass

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