Tiffin Dragons

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Tiffin Dragons
University Tiffin University
ConferenceGreat Midwest Athletic Conference
NCAA Division II
Athletic directorLonny Allen
Location Tiffin, Ohio
Varsity teams19
Football stadiumFrost-Kalnow Stadium
Basketball arenaGillmor Student Center
Baseball stadiumHeminger Field
Softball stadiumParadiso Softball Field
Soccer stadiumParadiso Soccer Field
Natatorium Tiffin University Swimming Facilities
MascotBlaze the Dragon
NicknameDragons
ColorsGreen and Gold
         
Website www.gotiffindragons.com

The Tiffin Dragons are the athletic teams that represent Tiffin University, located in Tiffin, Ohio, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sporting competitions. The Dragons compete as members of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference for varsity sports. Tiffin has been a member of the GMAC since 2018.

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Football and basketball broadcasts can be heard on WTUD TUDragonradio.com and Coast Country 100.9 WMJK and feature broadcast professionals Russell Snyder and Matt Kibler. Full hour feature programs Dragon Nation and Dragon Nation Live can also be heard on WTUD the second Monday of each month. Coaches shows can be heard weekdays on WTUD, featuring coaches and student-athletes.

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