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Fort Hays State Tigers football

Fort Hays State Tigers football
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First season 1902 (1902)
Athletic director Curtis Hammeke
Head coach Chris Brown
4th year, 15–18–0 (.455)
Home stadium Lewis Field Stadium
Year built 1936
Stadium capacity 6,362
Stadium surface Artificial
Location Hays, Kansas
League NCAA Division II
Conference MIAA
Past conferences Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
All-time record 499–532–43 (.485)
Conference titles 10
Colors

Black and Gold

          
Fight song Go! You Hays Tigers!
Mascot Victor E. Tiger
Marching band Tiger Marching Band
Rival University of Nebraska-Kearney
Website www.fhsuathletics.com

The Fort Hays State Tigers football program represents Fort Hays State University in college football. They participate in Division II sports within the NCAA in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA).[1] The team plays their home games in Lewis Field Stadium, located on the Fort Hays State University campus in Hays, Kansas.

Fort Hays State's football program dates back to 1902.[2] The Tigers claimed have claimed 10 conference championships, but none in the MIAA.[2]

Seasons

Chris Brown era

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Chris Brown (Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association) (2011–present)
2011

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2012

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2013

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      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
#Rankings from final Coaches Poll.

Championships

Conference championships

Source:[2]

Year Conference Coach Overall Record Conference Record
1917 Kansas Conference W.G. Speer 7–0–0 6–0–0
1921 Kansas Conference George Woodward 6-1–0 6–0–0
1934 Central Intercollegiate Conference Jack Riley 6–2–1 4–1–0
1935 Central Intercollegiate Conference Jim Yeager 8–2–0 3–1–0
1936 Central Intercollegiate Conference Paul Waldorf 6–3–0 4–0–0
1954 Central Intercollegiate Conference Ralph Huffman 7–2–0 4–1–0
1966 Central Intercollegiate Conference Wayne McConnell 7–2–0 3–1–0
1976 Central States Intercollegiate Conference Bill Giles 5–4–0 5–1–0
1993 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Bob Cortese 8–4–0 6–1–0
1995 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Bob Cortese 8–2–2 6–0–1
Total Conference Championships: 10
† Denotes co-champions

Stadium

Main article: Lewis Field Stadium

The Tigers have played their home games in Lewis Field Stadium since 1936.[3]

References

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