|Fort Hays State Tigers|
|University||Fort Hays State University|
|Conference||Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association|
|Athletic director||Curtis Hammeke|
|Football stadium||Lewis Field|
|Basketball arena||Gross Memorial Coliseum|
|Baseball stadium||Larks Park|
|Mascot||Victor E. Tiger|
|Colors||Black and Gold
The Fort Hays State Tigers athletic teams represent Fort Hays State University. The school's teams participate in the NCAA Division II Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA), except for wrestling, which competes as a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC).
Fort Hays State offers sixteen sports at a varsity level. Entering the 2010-2011 school year, Fort Hays State has captured 58 Conference titles. They also have captured nine total national championships.
|Men's sports||Women's sports|
|Track and field+||Track and field+|
|+ - Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor|
The Fort Hays State basketball program holds several national basketball titles; the men's team claimed national championships in 1984 and 1985 (NAIA), back to back, and in 1996 (NCAA Division II) with a remarkable 34 and 0 record.
The women's basketball team also brought home the national title in 1991 (NAIA). The team is currently coached by Tony Hobson.
The football program at Fort Hays began in 1902. The first year a coach was assigned to the team was 1913 when Ira Van Cleave led the team to a record of 4 wins and 2 losses. Other coaches in the school's history include Wayne J. McConnell, Jim Gilstrap, James J. Yeager, and former Kansas Governor Andrew Frank Schoeppel. The coach beginning in 2011 is Chris Brown. Fort Hays State captured their first ever MIAA conference championship with a 13-12 win over Northwest Missouri State University on November 4, 2017 as they won their 10th game of the season against no losses with one regular season game against the University of Nebraska at Kearney remaining.