Pacific-12 Conference Logo

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The Pacific-12 Conference has had the same logo ever since it got its current name in 2011. This emblem is actually a modified logo of its predecessor, the Pacific-10 Conference.

Meaning and history

Pacific 12 Conference Logo history

2000 – 2010

Pacific-10 Conference Logo-2000
The original Pacific 10 Conference visual identity was designed in 2000 and stayed unchanged for ten years. It was a bright and confident badge in a simple yet strong blue and white color palette, with the extra-bold “PAC 10” inscription set in two levels on the blue square badge, under the white graphical element — an arched line of several sharp vertically extended triangles pointing up. The image looked like stylized rays of the sun, but also added some sense of fighting spirit and determination to the whole badge.

2010 – 2011

Pacific-10 Conference logo 2010
In 1959, the main members of the Pacific Coast Conference, which was dissolved, created the Athletic Association of Western Universities. In 1968, the AAWU changed its name to the Pacific-8, and then, in 1978, to the Pacific-10 Conference. Since 2011, it has been known as the Pac-12 Conference.

2011 – Today

Pacific-10 Conference logo

The Pacific-12 Conference logo features the lettering “PAC 12” inside a shield. Below the letter “A,” you can see a snowcapped mountain. The combination of white and dark blue only reinforces the mountain theme.

The letters have a very unusual shape. The “P” and “C” have been modified to fit the rounded sides of the shield. The way the two diagonal lines forming the “A” stretch makes the letter “rhyme” with the mountain shape seen below.