Kennesaw State filling out football schedules

Kennesaw State has added non-conference games against several teams. (BRANT SANDERLIN / BSANDERLIN@AJC.COM)
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Kennesaw State has added non-conference games against several teams. (BRANT SANDERLIN / BSANDERLIN@AJC.COM)

Kennesaw State football has most of its schedules mapped out through 2020.

The Big South Conference has released the dates for its games for the next six years, pending any membership changes.

The Owls, which will begin their inaugural season Sept. 3 at East Tennessee State, have added non-conference games against Clark in 2016 and 2018, Warner in 2017 and Kent State in 2019 and 2020.

Kennesaw State schedules

2015

Sept. 3 at East Tennessee State

Sept. 12 vs. Edward Waters

Sept. 19 vs. Shorter

Sept. 26 at Dayton

Oct. 10 vs. Point

Oct. 17 vs. Gardner-Webb*

Oct. 24 at Liberty*

Oct. 31 vs. Monmouth*

Nov. 7 vs. Charleston Southern*

Nov. 14 at Coastal Carolina*

Nov. 21 at Presbyterian*

2016

Sept. 3 vs. East Tennessee State

Sept. 10 vs. Point

Oct. 8 at Gardner Webb*

Oct. 15 vs. Coastal Carolina*

Oct. 22 vs. Liberty*

Oct. 29 at Monmouth*

Nov. 5 vs. Clark

Nov. 12 vs. Presbyterian*

Nov. 19 at Charleston Southern*

2017

Sept. 2 vs. Warner

Sept. 9 vs. Tennessee Tech

Oct. 7 at Liberty*

Oct. 14 at Presbyterian*

Oct. 21 vs. Gardner-Webb*

Oct. 28 vs. Monmouth*

Nov. 4 at Coastal Carolina*

Nov. 11 vs. Charleston Southern*

2018

Sept. 1 at Georgia State

Sept. 6 at Tennessee Tech

Sept. 22 vs. Clark

Oct. 6 at Gardner-Webb*

Oct. 13 vs. Presbyterian*

Oct. 20 at Charleston Southern*

Oct. 27 vs. Liberty*

Nov. 3 at Monmouth*

Nov. 10 vs. Coastal Carolina*

2019

Aug. 29 at Kent State

Oct. 12 at Presbyterian*

Oct. 19 vs. Monmouth*

Oct. 26 at Coastal Carolina*

Nov. 2 vs. Gardner-Webb*

Nov. 16 vs. Charleston Southern*

Nov. 23 at Liberty*

2020

Sept. 3 at Kent State

Oct. 10 vs. Coastal Carolina*

Oct. 17 at Charleston Southern*

Oct. 24 at Gardner-Webb*

Nov. 7 vs. Presbyterian*

Nov. 14 vs. Liberty*

Nov. 21 at Monmouth*

* Big South Conference game

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