Pacific Tigers Logo

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The University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, is represented by the 18 varsity teams competing as the Pacific Tigers.

Meaning and history

Pacific Tigers Logo history

1962 – 1973

Pacific Tigers Logo-1962

The old Pacific Tigers logo, which was used in 1962-1973, was pretty cluttered. You could see a huge tiger leaping high over a stadium, which looked very small in comparison with the orange and black animal. The letters “COP” were written on the stadium.

1998 – Today

Pacific Tigers Logo

The emblem introduced in 1998 looks more like a real sports logo. Here, we can see a stylized tiger’s head facing to the right. The side view of the head is pretty abstract and dynamic. Also, the creature looks very aggressive.

Pacific Tigers Colors

PACIFIC ATHLETIC ORANGE
PANTONE: PMS 166 C
HEX COLOR: #E35205;
RGB: (227,82,5)
CMYK: (0,76,100,0)

PACIFIC BLACK
PANTONE: PMS BLACK
HEX COLOR: #231F20;
RGB: (0,0,0)
CMYK: (0,0,0,100)

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY ORANGE
PANTONE: PMS 1595
HEX COLOR: #D86018;
RGB: (216,96,24)
CMYK: (0,71,100,3)

PACIFIC GRAY
PANTONE: PMS 7538 C
HEX COLOR: #949A90;
RGB: (148,154,144)
CMYK: (24,11,24,33)