Scott Yoder announced his program's 2015 schedule .
Yoder, who led SU to a second straight 4-6 record this past season, will see his Hornets host five games on the Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium turf next fall.
Gallaudet, Shenandoah's season opening opponent the past two years, travels to Winchester open the 2015 slate for a 7 p.m. contest on September 5.
The 7 p.m. start is one of two for the Hornets in 2015. The homecoming contest, on October 3 versus Bridgewater, also kicks off at 7.
Two former USA South foes, Ferrum and N.C. Wesleyan, round out the non-conference slate with away games on September 12 and 19, respectively.
Shenandoah has been victorious over each of the non-conference foes in the last meeting with that opponent - SU won 20-0 at Gallaudet to open the 2014 season and defeated Ferrum 45-20 two weeks after that Gallaudet victory.
The Hornets have not faced NCWC since winning 28-7 in the program's final USA South Conference contest on November 12, 2011.
The 2015 game in Rocky Mount will be the opener in a home-and-home series with the Battling Bishops.
Following a week four bye week, Bridgewater is the ODAC opener on October 3 before Guilford on October 10 begins a stretch of three away games in four weeks.
The only home game in that period is an October 17 contest with Catholic.
Randolph-Macon and Hampden-Sydney complete both the month of October, on the 24th and 31st, respectively, and also represent the final two away games of the regular season.
Yoder's club completes the regular season with home games against Emory and Henry on November 7 and Washington and Lee on November 14.
The Washington & Lee game will be Senior Day.
September 5 Galludet 7:00PM
September 12 @Ferrum 1:00PM
September 19 @NC Wesleyan 1:00PM
October 3 Bridgewater 7:00PM Homecoming
October 10 @Guilford 1:00PM
October 17 Catholic 1:00PM
October 24 @Hampden-Sydney 1:00PM
October 31 @Randolph-Macon 1:00PM
November 7 Emory & Henry 1:00PM
November 14 Washington & Lee 1:00PM Senior Day
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