Shaw Stadium

Shaw Stadium is a stadium in East Cleveland, Ohio, United States, mainly used for high school football. The stadium was built in 1923 and is home to the Shaw High School Cardinals football team and marching band.[1][2][3]

In 1938, the Cleveland Rams of the National Football League (NFL) played three of their four home games at Shaw, winning two and losing one.[4][5] The Rams earned their first home NFL victory in franchise history with a defeat of the Detroit Lions, followed by a win over the Chicago Bears.

Both Case Institute of Technology and Western Reserve University, which later merged to create Case Western Reserve University, used Shaw Stadium at various times for their home football field. The Case Tech Rough Riders used Shaw for home football games from 1939 to 1952.[6] Case had previously played at Shaw in the 1920s for games against rival Western Reserve, who were known as the Pioneers at the time, playing there in 1923, 1925, and 1926.[7] Western Reserve University, later known as the Western Reserve Red Cats, held occasional games at Shaw, but used it as their home field for the 1942,[8] 1946,[9] and 1950[10] seasons.

Shaw Stadium
Location14305 Shaw Ave. East Cleveland, Ohio 44112
Coordinates41°32′27″N 81°35′00″W / 41.5409°N 81.5832°WCoordinates: 41°32′27″N 81°35′00″W / 41.5409°N 81.5832°W
OwnerEast Cleveland City Schools
Opened1923
Tenants
Cleveland Rams (NFL) (1938)
Case Tech Rough Riders (NCAA) (1939–1952)
Western Reserve Red Cats (NCAA) (1942, 1946, 1950)
Shaw Cardinals (OHSAA) (1923–present)

References

  1. ^ "Shaw High School: Boys Varsity Football vs Lorain High School (Home Coming)". East Cleveland City Schools. East Cleveland City School District. Retrieved January 23, 2016. Location: Shaw Stadium
  2. ^ Mueller Neff, Martha (June 27, 2008). "Shaw High School band plays at the Great Wall in China". Cleveland.com. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
  3. ^ "Shaw High School". Cleveland Historical. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
  4. ^ "2015 St. Louis Rams Media Guide". p. 570. Retrieved January 20, 2016.
  5. ^ "1938 Cleveland Rams Schedule & Results". The Football Database. Patrick Gilligan. Retrieved May 22, 2016.
  6. ^ "Case Football 1941/42". Case Western Reserve University. University Archives. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
  7. ^ "Case Football 1926/27". Case Western Reserve University. University Archives. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
  8. ^ "WRU Football 1942/43". Case Western Reserve University. University Archives. Retrieved May 22, 2016.
  9. ^ "WRU Football 1946/47". Case Western Reserve University. University Archives. Retrieved May 22, 2016.
  10. ^ "WRU Football 1950/51". Case Western Reserve University. University Archives. Retrieved May 22, 2016.
Preceded by
Cleveland Municipal Stadium &
League Park
Home of the
Cleveland Rams

1938
Succeeded by
Cleveland Municipal Stadium
1938 Cleveland Rams season

The 1938 Cleveland Rams season was the team's second year with the National Football League and the third season in Cleveland.

1983 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1983 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1983 NCAA Division II football season.

Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC). The Broncos were led by head coach Pat Malley in his twenty-fifth year at the helm. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The team finished the season as WFC co-champion, with a record of six wins and four losses (6–4, 2–1 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 173–144 for the season.

1984 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1984 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1984 NCAA Division II football season.

Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC). The Broncos were led by head coach Pat Malley in his last year at the helm. Coach O'Malley finished his 26 year career at Santa Clara with an overall record of 142–100–3, a winning percentage of .586. The 1984 team played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. They finished the season with a record of seven wins and four losses (7–4, 1–2 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 173–144 for the season.

1985 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1985 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1985 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC). The WFC added two new members for the 1985 season, Cal Lutheran and Cal State Sacramento.The Broncos were led by first-year head coach Terry Malley. Terry Malley took over the coaching job when the previous coach, his father Pat Malley, died in May 1985. The Broncos played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. They finished the season as champion of the WFC, with a record of eight wins, two losses and one tie (8–2–1, 4–0–1 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 306–203 for the season.

1986 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1986 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1986 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC).

The Broncos were led by second-year head coach Terry Malley. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of four wins and seven losses (4–7, 2–4 WFC). The Broncos were outscored by their opponents 230–334 for the season.

1987 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1987 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1987 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC).

The Broncos were led by third-year head coach Terry Malley. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of six wins and five losses (6–5, 3–3 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 204–190 for the season.

1988 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1988 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1988 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC).

The Broncos were led by fourth-year head coach Terry Malley. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of seven wins and four losses (7–4, 4–2 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 251–233 for the season.

1989 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1989 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1989 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC).

The Broncos were led by fifth-year head coach Terry Malley. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of seven wins and four losses (7–4, 3–3 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 250–211 for the season.

1990 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1990 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1990 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC).

The Broncos were led by sixth-year head coach Terry Malley. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of six wins and five losses (6–5, 2–3 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 251–231 for the season.

1991 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1991 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1991 NCAA Division II football season. Santa Clara competed in the Western Football Conference (WFC).

The Broncos were led by seventh-year head coach Terry Malley. They played home games at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of five wins and six losses (5–6, 0–5 WFC). The Broncos outscored their opponents 309–281 for the season.

1992 Santa Clara Broncos football team

The 1992 Santa Clara Broncos football team represented Santa Clara University during the 1992 NCAA Division II football season. The Broncos were led by eighth-year head coach Terry Malley and played home games on campus at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Santa Clara finished the season with a record of four wins and six losses (4–6, 1–3 WFC), and were outscored by their opponents 245–334 for the season.

Santa Clara competed in the last year of the Western Football Conference (WFC). The WFC folded in part because of a new NCAA rule that prohibited member institutions who competed at the Division I (D-I) level in other sports to compete at the Division II (D-II) level in football. Rather than move up to D-I for football, the university discontinued the football program after this season. (Rival Saint Mary's continued its football program as a Division I-AA independent for eleven more seasons.)

In eight seasons as head coach of the Broncos, Malley compiled a 47–39–1 (.546) record.

2008 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2008 San Jose Earthquakes season was the eleventh season of the team's existence, and the first in their return to the league as an expansion team.

2009 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2009 San Jose Earthquakes season was the twelfth season of the team's existence, and the second since its revival. The season began with a 1-0 home loss to the New England Revolution on March 21, and ended with a 2-0 loss at the Los Angeles Galaxy on October 24.

2010 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2010 San Jose Earthquakes season was the club's thirteenth season of existence. The Earthquakes finished 8th overall in MLS and finished in the Eastern Conference finals of the MLS Cup playoffs before losing to the Colorado Rapids. It was the first season the club made the playoffs since 2005.

2011 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2011 San Jose Earthquakes season was the club's 14th year of existence, as well as its 14th season in Major League Soccer and its fourth consecutive season in the top-flight of American soccer. This is the 29th season of a club bearing the "Earthquakes" name.

2012 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2012 San Jose Earthquakes season is the club's 15th year of existence, as well as its 15th season in Major League Soccer and its fifth consecutive season in the top-flight of American soccer. Including all previous franchises, this is the 30th year with a soccer club in the San Jose area sporting the name "Earthquakes".

2013 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2013 San Jose Earthquakes season is the club's 16th year of existence, as well as its 16th season in Major League Soccer and its sixth consecutive season in the top-flight of American soccer. Including all previous franchises, this is the 31st year with a soccer club in the San Jose area sporting the name "Earthquakes".

San Jose entered the season as the defending Supporters' Shield winners, having the best regular season in 2012.

2014 San Jose Earthquakes season

The 2014 San Jose Earthquakes season is the club's 17th year of existence, as well as its 17th season in Major League Soccer and its 7th consecutive season in the top-flight of American soccer. Including all previous franchises, this is the 32nd year with a soccer club in the San Jose area sporting the name "Earthquakes".

This was the final season of the Earthquakes playing in Buck Shaw Stadium as the club would move into its new stadium for the 2015 season.

Stevens Stadium

Stevens Stadium is a 7,000-seat soccer stadium at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. The stadium is the current home of the Santa Clara Broncos soccer teams and was the former home of the now defunct Santa Clara football team as well as the Santa Clara baseball team. The baseball team moved to their new home at Stephen Schott Stadium in 2005. The stadium is the former home of the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer. The stadium's capacity was increased in the winter of 2007 from a capacity of 6,800 to 10,300. The stadium was named Buck Shaw Stadium before a renovation in 2015.

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