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Our Mission

As the primary membership organization of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, the League of Titans offers our members the privilege of helping talented UWO student-athletes receive a top-tier education while pursuing their goals both on and off the competition field. Through your membership fees, the League of Titans sponsors high-impact projects and facility upgrades that directly benefit our student-athletes.

Our Need

Faced with rising costs, private contributions and support from our greatest fans are absolutely critical to ensure the ongoing success of our student-athletes. We are committed to supporting each of our athletes on the field and off by providing the resources they need to succeed.

Your Impact

Support from our donors allows Titan student-athletes to accomplish great academic and athletic success. By supporting Titan athletics, you make an impact that helps ensure current and future student-athletes have a first-class Titan experience.

Football reached the NCAA Division III Football Championship for the first time in school history in 2016.

Men’s Basketball earned its second straight and seventh overall NCAA postseason selection in 2016-17.

Softball returned to the NCAA softball postseason for the first time since 2008. They claimed their second-ever NCAA Division III softball regional championship and first since 1988. UWO’s longest postseason run in nearly 10 years ended in the Angola Super Regional.

Women’s Basketball earned a bid to the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championship for the fourth-straight season and reached the Sweet Sixteen for the second time in four years.

Women’s Cross Country made its second straight and 27th overall appearance in the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship.

Women’s Volleyball made its 17th appearance in the NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championship after receiving an at-large bid in 2016.

Wrestling team members Kody Azarian and Mark Choinski made the NCAA Division III Championship, with Choinski finishing sixth in his weight class to earn All-America recognition.