|Lincoln Blue Tigers|
|Conferences||The MIAA (primary)|
|Athletic director||Kevin Wilson|
|Location||Jefferson City, Missouri|
|Football stadium||Dwight T. Reed Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Jason Gymnasium|
|Baseball stadium||LU Baseball Field|
|Fight song||"LU Fight Song"|
|Colors||Navy blue and white|
The Lincoln Blue Tigers are the sports teams of Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri. The Blue Tigers participate at the NCAA Division II level in Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA). Lincoln competed in the MIAA from 1970 to 1999 when it left due to not sponsoring a football team since 1989. The university competed in the Heartland Conference from 1999 to 2010, of which, Lincoln is a founding conference member. The school revitalized its football program and reentered the MIAA in 2010.
|Men's sports||Women's sports|
|Track and field†||Softball|
|Track and field†|
|† – Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor|
The Lincoln Blue Tigers women's track and field team made NCAA Division II history by winning the Outdoor Track and Field Championships five consecutive times, from 2003 to 2007. They won a sixth title in 2009 and a seventh in 2014.
In May 2016 Lincoln dropped its baseball and women's tennis programs. In June 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic Lincoln dropped its women's bowling program.
The Blue Tigers have won fourteen NCAA Division II team championships.
|NCAA (14)||Division II (14)||Women's Indoor Track and Field (5)||2004||Adams State||62–58 (+4)|
|2006||Abilene Christian||87–501⁄3 (+362⁄3)|
|2009||Grand Valley State||1001⁄2–48 (+521⁄2)|
Grand Valley State
|Women's Outdoor Track and Field (9)||2003||St. Augustine's||98–67 (+31)|
|2004||Adams State||85–81 (+4)|
|2005||Cal State Bakersfield||108–53 (+55)|
|2006||Abilene Christian||93–86 (+7)|
|2007||Abilene Christian||821⁄2–69 (+131⁄2)|
|2009||Adams State||85–82 (+3)|
|2014||Johnson C. Smith||64–59 (+5)|
|2018||Saint Augustine's||60–481⁄2 (+111⁄2)|
|2019||Adams State||64–54 (+10)|
Lincoln University doesn't have a name for their fight song, but it is sung to the tune of The Washington And Lee Swing.
Sung to the tune of "Ach wie ist's möglich dann", an old German folk song published in 1827 and variously credited to Georg Heinrich or Friedrich Silcher Kuchen, Lincoln's fight song is called Lincoln, O, Lincoln. (The West Point and Wake Forest alma maters also use the same tune.)