|Conference||Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (until 2017)|
Great Midwest Athletic Conference (from 2017)
|Athletic director||Don Brubacher|
|Football stadium||Frank D. "Muddy" Waters Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Dawn Tibbetts Potter Arena|
|Baseball stadium||Simpson Field|
|Softball stadium||Johnny Williams Field|
|Natatorium||Jack McAvoy Natatorium|
|Other arenas||Ken Herrick Track|
Margot V. Biermann Center
|Colors||Blue and White|
The Hillsdale Chargers are the athletic teams that represent Hillsdale College, located in Hillsdale, Michigan, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sporting competitions. The Chargers are currently members of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference as of 2017. The Chargers had been members of the GLIAC since 1975.
The college also has club teams and intramural sports that vary from year to year.
Men's sports (7)
Women's sports (7)
The Hillsdale College Chargers football teams play their home games at Frank "Muddy" Waters Stadium. The stadium has an official seating capacity of 8,500 spectators. Football coach Muddy Waters was the head coach at Hillsdale from 1954 to 1973. The football stadium is named in his honor.
The men's and women's basketball programs of Hillsdale College play their home games in the newly renovated Dawn Tibbetts Potter Arena. The arena is located within the Roche Sports Complex and is adjacent to Frank "Muddy" Waters Stadium. It has a maximum seating capacity of 2,200 spectators. However, additional standing room is available.
The women's volleyball team of Hillsdale College play their home games in the newly renovated Dawn Tibbetts Potter Arena, formerly known as the Jesse Phillips Arena.
The Chargers baseball team plays their home games at Simpson Field, located near Frank "Muddy" Waters Stadium. Currently Eric Theisen serves as the head coach. The Chargers made their first appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2016 where they fell to the Grand Valley State Lakers and the Indianapolis Greyhounds. After the Chargers move to the Great Midwest Athletic Conference, the Chargers secured their first conference championship since 1960 with a 15-2 over the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers.
At Hillsdale, the varsity softball team competed at their home Johnny Williams Field. The team won the Great Midwest Athletic Conference championship in 2018. This win earned them a berth in the NCAA regional tournament where the Chargers went on to beat the nationally ranked Lakers if Geand Valley State University before falling to that year's national champion University of Southern Indian. The Charger softball team has recently acquired a new coach, Kyle Gross, after previous head coach Joe Abraham took the position at University of Toledo.
Chargers athletes have enjoyed numerous accolades in their respective sports, and many have moved on to the professional level: