Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Logo

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While the old Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds logo was pretty cluttered, the current one looks absolutely minimalistic.

Meaning and history

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Logo history

Loyola University Maryland, founded by the Society of Jesus in 1852, is home to the Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds athletic programs. The Greyhounds have made notable achievements in various sports, excelling particularly in lacrosse and basketball. Their men’s lacrosse team has consistently been a force to reckon with, securing numerous conference championships and earning multiple NCAA tournament berths. The women’s lacrosse team has also displayed impressive performances, claiming conference titles and competing at the national level. In basketball, the Greyhounds have had successful seasons, showcasing their skills and talent on the court. As of now, the Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds continue to compete in various sports at the collegiate level, demonstrating their commitment to athletic excellence.

What is Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds?
Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds is an athletic program representing Loyola University Maryland. They compete in various intercollegiate sports, offering opportunities for student-athletes to participate in competitive sports at the university level.

2002 – now

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Logo 2002

When in 2002 the athletic program of Loyola University Maryland introduced its logo, no one was surprised to see a greyhound there. The animal was leaping over the lettering “Loyola” in dark green. You could also see the word “greyhounds” in black below.

2011 – now

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Logo 2011

The first letter from the name now served as the background. The greyhound taken from the previous logo was now running in front of the large “L”.  The designers took the best elements from that logo and created a recognizable image that said it all without being too busy.

2015 – Today

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Logo

In 2011, the crest was replaced by a simpler one – there is nothing but the letter “L.” The glyph seems to have been inspired by that used on the previous Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds logo.

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Colors

HEX COLOR: #00694E;
RGB: (0, 90, 60)
CMYK: (93, 10, 75, 43)

PANTONE: Cool Gray 3 C
RGB: (210, 210, 210)
CMYK: (8, 5, 7, 16)

HEX COLOR: #000000;
RGB: (0, 0, 0)
CMYK: (0, 0, 0, 100)