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Texas Southern Tigers

Texas Southern Tigers
University Texas Southern University
Conference Southwestern Athletic Conference
NCAA Division I
Location Houston, TX
Varsity teams 16
Football stadium BBVA Compass Stadium
Basketball arena Health and Physical Education Arena
Baseball stadium MacGregor Park
Nickname Tigers & Lady Tigers
Maroon & Gray
Website .edu.tsuathletics

The Texas Southern Tigers represent Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas in intercollegiate athletics. They field sixteen teams including men and women's basketball, cross country, golf, and track and field; women's-only bowling, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball; and men's-only baseball and football. The Tigers compete in the NCAA Division I and are members of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.[1]


Men Women
Baseball Basketball
Basketball Bowling
Cross Country Cross Country
Football Golf
Golf Soccer
Track (Indoor) Softball
Track (Outdoor) Tennis
Track (Indoor)
Track (Outdoor)

The Fight Song

We are the Tigers of T-S-U
And we love our team and our colors too.
Hooray for the MAROON and GRAY![2]

External links

  • Official website
  • Tiger Fans website (unofficial)


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