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The Findlay Oilers are the athletic teams that represent the University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sporting competitions. The Oilers currently compete as members of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. The Oilers were a member of the GLIAC since 1997, when they switched from the NAIA to the NCAA. Findlay sponsors 20 NCAA-sanctioned intercollegiate sports.

Findlay Oilers
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UniversityUniversity of Findlay
ConferenceGreat Midwest Athletic Conference (2017-)
NCAADivision II
Athletic directorBrandi Laurita
LocationFindlay, Ohio
Varsity teams20
Football stadiumDonnell Stadium
Basketball arenaCroy Gymnasium
Baseball stadiumMarathon Diamonds
Soccer stadiumDeHaven Field
NatatoriumSink Natatorium
Other arenasRobert A. Malcolm Athletic Center
NicknameOilers
ColorsBlack and Orange[1]
         
Websiteathletics.findlay.edu

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Varsity teamsEdit

 
Russ and Peg Armstrong Sports Complex

List of teamsEdit

Individual sportsEdit

National championshipsEdit

  • 1979: Football – NAIA Division II
  • 1992: Football – NAIA Division II
  • 1995: Football – NAIA Division II
  • 1995: Wrestling – NAIA
  • 1997: Football – NAIA
  • 2001: Equestrian team (English) – IHSA
  • 2001: Equestrian team (Western) – IHSA
  • 2005: Equestrian team (Western) – IHSA
  • 2007: Equestrian team (Western) – IHSA
  • 2009: Equestrian team (Western) – IHSA
  • 2009: Men's Basketball – NCAA Division II National Championship Record 36-0

FootballEdit

ConferencesEdit

LacrosseEdit

On November 14, 2013, the University released plans to build a football and lacrosse stadium, slated for completion by the fall 2015 football season. However, the university then walked back on their promises and instead recruited three more classes of athletes with false hopes of having an on campus stadium.[2] The stadium will be designed by Wagner Murray Architects and Echo Artz. The stadium is slated to seat 5,000 while including a two story pressbox, and full matrix video board. UF will use this stadium as opposed to playing at Findlay High School's high school stadium: Donnell Stadium.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "University of Findlay Athletic Identity Revision" (PDF). Retrieved March 21, 2017.
  2. ^ "UF Announces Plans to Build Lacrosse/Football Stadium". University of Findlay Athletics. Retrieved 14 November 2013.

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