Oliver C. Dawson Stadium

Oliver C. Dawson Stadium
Oliver C. Dawson Stadium
Location 300 College Street
Orangeburg, SC 29117
Opened 1955
Owner South Carolina State University
Operator South Carolina State University
Surface Poly Turf
Capacity 22,000
South Carolina State University

Oliver C. Dawson Stadium is a 22,000-seat multi-purpose stadium in Orangeburg, South Carolina. It opened in 1955 with major renovations in 1994. It is home to the South Carolina State University Bulldogs football and women's soccer teams.


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Coordinates: 33°29′55″N 80°50′41″W / 33.498592°N 80.844636°W / 33.498592; -80.844636

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