|Texas Southern Tigers|
|University||Texas Southern University|
|Conference||Southwestern Athletic Conference|
|NCAA||Division I (FCS)|
|Varsity teams||16 (7 men's and 9 women's)|
|Football stadium||Shell Energy Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Health and Physical Education Arena|
|Baseball stadium||MacGregor Park|
|Softball stadium||Memorial Park|
|Soccer stadium||Alexander Durley Sports Complex|
|Mascot||Kid and Play|
|Colors||Maroon and gray|
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.
|Men's sports||Women's sports|
|Cross Country||Cross Country|
|Track and field†||Softball|
|Track and field†|
|† – Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor|
Main article: Texas Southern Tigers baseball
The baseball program's first season was 1965, and it has been a member of the NCAA Division I Southwestern Athletic Conference since the start of the 1999 season. Its home venue is MacGregor Park, owned by the city of Houston. The program has appeared in 5 NCAA Tournaments. It has won five conference tournament championships and no regular season conference titles.
Main article: Texas Southern Tigers men's basketball
The men’s basketball program has appeared in ten NCAA Tournaments, the most in the conference. Their combined record is 3–10, tying them with Alcorn State for the most wins by a SWAC school in the tournament.
Main article: Texas Southern Lady Tigers basketball
The women’s basketball team has appeared in the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament once. The Lady Tigers have a record of 0–1.
Main article: Texas Southern Tigers football
The football team plays in the NCAA's Division I FCS as a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC). In 2012, the Tigers moved into the new Shell Energy Stadium, built for the city's Major League Soccer team, the Houston Dynamo. It replaced the Alexander Durley Sports Complex as the home of Tiger football. 60 former members of the football program have gone on to play in the NFL.
The Tigers baseball team in 2022
The Tigers basketball team in 2020
A Tigers football game in 2019
A Tigers relay team (second from left) in 2021
A Lady Tigers softball player in 2022
A Lady Tigers basketball game in 2022