Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds Logo

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

Meaning and history

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds logo history


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.
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 basketball

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds basketball logo
The women’s team is coached by Joe Logan, while the head coach of the men’s team is Steve Nichols. Both the teams play at Ridley Athletic Complex.

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds soccer

Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds soccer logo
The men’s team is often named the most popular athletic program at Loyola. In addition to the numerous MAAC Championships, they can boast regular NCAA Tournament appearances. In 1987, it was ranked #1 in the nation.