FIU Panthers Logo

FIU Panthers Logo
The FIU Panthers logo introduced in 1994 featured a bright yellow panther over the lettering “Golden Panthers” given in a sharp-angled, dynamic type. While this emblem radiated pure fury, the following one (2001) was somewhat calmer, although it preserved the aggressive mood of its predecessor.

Meaning and history

FIU Panthers logo history


Florida International University modified its logo in 2009 making the panther more menacing (although it was still the same very recognizable animal). Eventually, the FIU Panthers logo was slightly altered in 2009 to make the “I” more visible.

FIU Panthers basketball

FIU Panthers basketball logo
The men’s basketball team has appeared in the NCAA Tournament one time (in 1995). They are coached by Anthony Evans and play their home games at the Ocean Bank Convocation Center.
The women’s team has won seven tournaments, six while in the Trans America Athletic Conference, and one while in the Sun Belt Conference. They have made three appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

FIU Panthers baseball

FIU Panthers baseball logo
The Florida International University started its baseball franchise in 1973. So far, the Panthers have reached the post-season 14 times (nine times as a Division I team and five times as a Division II team).