Nov. 10, 2004
Baltimore, Md. - Loyola College in Maryland has unveiled a new athletic logo for its 17 intercollegiate varsity programs. The new logo, which replaces a number of existing logos such as the running dog and interlocking LC, will serve as a uniform identity system for the athletic department.
"We're already seeing a great deal of enthusiasm for the new logo," says Loyola Athletic Director Joe Boylan. "Loyola's teams have always competed at the highest level and we're very pleased to have an identity system unique to the College, reflecting our success as a department."
The new logo will continue to feature Loyola's mascot since 1927 - the Greyhound. The logo features a stylized illustration of the mascot with speed lines for motion. Although the official athletic department logo has the Greyhound in front of an "L", variations of the logo have also been created for department wide use on uniforms and apparel.