Michigan Tech Huskies Logo

Michigan Tech Huskies Logo

The name Michigan Tech Huskies is shared by the 14 varsity teams competing for Michigan Technological University.

Meaning and history

Michigan Tech Huskies Logo history

While a husky has been the central character of the Michigan Tech Huskies logo since at least 1984, it has evolved greatly throughout this period.

The 1984 logo featured the husky’s head inside a black ring housing the words “Michigan Technological University.” The word “Huskies” in a creative typeface could be seen on the forefront.

The 1993 emblem showcased the side view of the husky’s head. The left border of the image was stylized to imply speed and motion. In 2005, the school updated the logo by adding the words “Michigan Tech” on the forefront.

The current Michigan Tech Huskies logo was adopted in 2016. The dog, which has been redrawn from scratch, looks both beautiful and determined.

Michigan Tech Huskies football

Michigan Tech Huskies football logo

The history of the football team started over 80 years ago. Their home arena is Sherman Field. While the university had to stop the program in 2003 due to financial reasons, it was brought back ten days later.

Michigan Tech Huskies ice hockey

Michigan Tech Huskies ice hockey logo

The men’s ice hockey team is the only athletic program sponsored by Michigan Technological University to play at the Division I level. The school has won three NCAA Division I championships and eight Western Collegiate Hockey Association championships.