Drake Bulldogs Logo

Drake Bulldogs Logo
Back in 1956, the Drake Bulldogs logo featured an anthropomorphized bulldog standing in full height. The creature was wearing a shirt with the letter “D” on its chest.

Meaning and history

Drake Bulldogs logo history


The emblem was used almost half a century until in 2005 it was phased out by a completely different one. This time, the bulldog occupied less space and looked more like a real dog than a player. To the left, the lettering “Drake Bulldogs” could be seen, where the first word was by far larger than the second one.
In 2015, the Drake Bulldogs logo went through one more update. The overall structure remained the same, while the strokes with which the dog was drawn grew somewhat bolder. The typography was slightly altered, too.

Drake Bulldogs basketball

Drake Bulldogs basketball logo
The most notable achievement of the men’s team has taken place in 1969 when they made the Final Four. The men’s team is coached by Darian DeVries, while the head coach of the women’s team is Jennie Baranczyk. The home arena of both the teams is the Knapp Center.

Drake Bulldogs football

Drake Bulldogs football logo
The history of the university’s football program can be traced to 1893. The Bulldogs have got thirteen conference titles. They play their home games at Drake Stadium. Their head coach is Todd Stepsis.