Bryant Bulldogs Football venues
Bryant Bulldogs Football Tickets
Team: Bryant Bulldogs
Home Games: Beirne Stadium (Bulldog Stadium)
Head Coach: Chris Merritt
Conference Titles: 2
All-Time Greats: Thomas Costigan, Adam Grant, Bosko Kostur
Rivals: Stony Brook Seawolves, Sacred Heart Pioneers, Merrimack Warriors
Bryant Bulldogs Football TicketsThe Bryant Bulldogs are heating up the Northeast Conference with exciting plays made by some of the finest college athletes in the league. Ever since they were established in 1999, the Bulldogs have proudly represented Bryant University in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision. Whether they're tearing up the turf at home in Bulldog Stadium or traveling to face their rivals, the Bulldogs always give it their all to give their fans a fun and entertaining time. Show your team spirit and catch the game in person by buying some Bryant Bulldogs tickets at StubHub.
Who is the head coach for the Bulldogs?At present, the head coach for the Bryant Bulldogs is Chris Merritt, starting his first year as such in the 2019 season. Previously, the team was led by Jim Miceli from 1999 to 2003 (win record of 63.4%), Marty Fine from 2004 to 2016 (win record of 56.7%) and James Perry from 2017 to 2018 (win record of 54.5%).
What was the Bulldogs' record last season?In the 2018 season, the Bulldogs had a 6-5 win record. Their victories were over New Haven, Marist, Robert Morris, Duquesne, Fordham and Howard, while their losses were to Stony Brook, Central Connecticut, Sacred Heart, Saint Francis and Wagner.
What are the top Bulldogs games in 2019?There are a ton of pulse-pounding Bulldogs games lined up for the 2019 season. They begin in August against the Stony Brook Seawolves, one of their oldest rivals. September brings a rematch with Brown, the first since the Bulldogs' loss back in 2013. The game against Merrimack in October also promises to be an exciting event as the two teams are currently tied against each other at three wins and three losses apiece over their history together.
How big is Bulldog Stadium?Bulldog Stadium (officially known as Beirne Stadium) can hold a maximum of 4,400 people at a time, and 3,200 of these seats are permanent bleachers fixed around the home side of the field with an additional 1,200 for visitors. Thanks to its smart design, every seat has a great line of sight to the field so you won't be struggling to make out the action even at the very back of the bleachers.
Do the Bulldogs have any rival teams?While the Bulldogs don't have any official rivalries in the vein of the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines, they do have a few teams who approach the status. For one, there's the Stony Brook Seawolves, notable for having won three of the four games they've played against the Bulldogs. Additionally, both the Sacred Heart Pioneers and Merrimack Warriors currently have a tied record with the Bulldogs, the former at three games and the latter at six.
What conference do the Bulldogs play in?At present, the Bulldogs are a part of the Division I Northeast Conference. However, it was not always like this as the team originally started out in the Division II Northeast-10 Conference, switching to Division I in 2008, choosing the Northeast Conference over the Patriot League and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Who are some of the most notable players who have been a part of the team?The Bulldogs have taken a few well-known athletes with them to the top over the years. One of these was Lorenzo Perry, a transfer from the University of Massachusetts Amherst notable for almost all of Bryant's former rushing records during his time at the school.
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