The Tiffin University volleyball program received 56 points in the GMAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll, placing them 3rd in the Western Division. Tiffin’s regular season begins on August 23, in Portland, Oregon.
The Tiffin University men’s basketball team is excited to announce a pair of exhibition games against Butler University and Bowling Green State University. The Dragons will take on Butler on October 28, and Bowling Green State on November 6.
Our number four moment from last season comes courtesy of the Tiffin University women’s golf team. The Dragons put together a season that rivaled any in recent history, earning their first-ever NCAA Regional selection.
The Tiffin University women's basketball team has announced their exhibition games against a pair of Mid-American Conference opponents. The Dragons will open their season against the RedHawks of Miami University on November 4. The Dragons will then take on the University of Toledo Rockets on December 30.
Our number five moment from last season comes courtesy of the Tiffin University men’s golf team. For the seventh straight season, the men’s golf team was regional qualifiers, and was also NCAA National Championship qualifiers.
The Tiffin University football program will begin their maiden voyage in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference this season, and will do so with a 4th place projected finish. The Dragons are coming off a 6-5 record last season, finishing tied for 4th in the GLIAC.
The #6 moment from last season comes courtesy of Emily Sim on October 29, against Northwood in the GLIAC Tournament 3rd place match. Sim secured Tiffin’s 3rd place finish with a 7-5, 7-6 win over Tetyana Pavych. Sim finished the season 9-4 overall in singles play, and was a 1st team All-GLIAC selection. In singles play, Sim is 30-9 overall with 28 of her 30 victories coming from 1st, 2nd, or 3rd singles play. Currently, Sim ranks 5th all-time at Tiffin in singles 1-3 victories with 28.
The Tiffin University men's outdoor track and field continued their strong performance in the classroom, being named the USTFCCCA Scholar Team of the Year. Tiffin took the honor twice during the indoor season back in 2016 and 2017. Individually, the Dragons had six student-athletes earn All-Academic honors.
The trio of Jordan Bollenbacher, Jay Green, and Tomas Krivanec were named Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars. For Bollenbacher and Green, it is the second consecutive year they have earned this honor. The citation is the first of Krivanec's career.
The Tiffin University women’s basketball team has announced their 2018-19 schedule. The Dragons will play 26 total games. two conference challenge games, six non-conference games, and 22 GMAC contests.
The Tiffin University men's and women's tennis teams were selected as All-Academic teams by the ITA on Tuesday. Individually, Tiffin had 13 student-athletes earn ITA Scholar-Athlete status, with the women's team seeing nine selections and four for the men's side.
The #7 moment from last season comes courtesy of Markella Suka on October 31, against Davenport University in the GLIAC Tournament Quarterfinals. Markella slammed the door on the Panthers, securing a bouncing ball in a crowded box, and then nudging the ball into the back of the net to seal the deal. It was Tiffin’s first appearance in the tournament since 2012, and their first postseason victory since 2011.
The Tiffin University men’s basketball team announced their 2018-19 schedule, featuring eight non-conference games and 20 Great Midwest contests. Tiffin’s season begins on November 9, and the regular season comes to a close against Davis & Elkins on March 2.
Tiffin University's James Ngandu was named the GLIAC's male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Ngandu is one of the most decorated athletes in Tiffin history, having success in cross country, indoor track & field, and on the outdoor track & field scene.
The #8 moment from last season comes courtesy of Austin Adams on January 6, against Michigan Tech. Adams hammered home a one-handed slam over the opposition. Austin finished the game with 19 points, nine rebounds, and five assists as Tiffin went on to defeat the Huskies 86-68.
The Tiffin University women’s golf team capped off their record setting season with a final ranking of 16th nationally in grade point average. Tiffin posted a combined GPA of 3.652, finishing behind only one GLIAC institution and one Great Midwest institution. This is Tiffin’s first finish inside the top-25, going along with their first-ever appearance at the NCAA Regionals earlier this year.
The #9 moment from last season comes courtesy of Charles Holland on September 23, at home against Wayne State University. Charles' leaping touchdown grab over a pair of defenders gave the Dragons 14-7 1st quarter lead. Tiffin would go on to roll over the Warriors to the tune of 41-21.
The #10 top moment from last season comes courtesy of Delan Wynn on September 16, on the road against Davenport University. Wynn's 73-yard interception returned for a touchdown in the 3rd quarter gave Tiffin some much needed breathing room, enabling the Dragons to take a 24-7 lead. Tiffin went on to win the contest 27-14.
The Tiffin University Athletic Department is proud to announce the hiring of Jacob Miller as the new Men’s Golf Head Coach. Miller comes to Tiffin from the University of Findlay, spending the last three years as an assistant coach for the Oilers. Prior to Findlay, Jacob played and coached at Marshall University.
The Tiffin University Athletic Department hosted its annual golf outing on Monday, June 18, seeing a total of 37 teams participate. The event is in its 11th year, and featured a total of 77 sponsors and 38 gift in kind sponsors.
The Tiffin University men's track and field team had a pair of standout athletes earn accolades for their success in the classroom. Burrows was one of 19 NCAA Division II 1st team selections, while Burrows was a 3rd team selection.
The Tiffin University men's and women's swimming and diving teams have been designated as Scholar All-America teams. The men's squad checked in with a 3.14 total grade point average, while the women's team wasn't far behind with a 3.12 GPA.
The Tiffin University Athletic Department finished 53rd in the Learfield Director's Cup final standings, scoring 332.50 total points. The 53rd place finish is the 4th highest for the Department since 2008. Amongst GLIAC institutions, Tiffin placed 3rd, trailing only Grand Valley State and Ashland University.
To honor the third place finish by the Men's Outdoor Track and Field team at the NCAA Division II National Outdoor Championships held at Charlotte, North Carolina May 24-26, a Celebration Week will be held from June 4-8 to honor their top accomplishments.