St. Joseph’s Hawks Logo

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The athletic logo of Saint Joseph’s University of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was inspired by the name of the athletic program, the St. Joseph’s Hawks.

Meaning and history

St. Joseph’s Hawks Logo history

1977 – 2000

St. Joseph's Hawks Logo-1977

Since 1977, a red hawk has been the only character of the St. Joseph’s Hawks logo. On the old logo, it had a rather cartoonish look. While it was supposed to represent a player, in fact, it looked more like a dancer. There was something funny about him, which was not a good thing for a sports logo.

2001 – Today

St. Joseph's Hawks Logo

The 2001 version looks by far more refined and fierce. This time, the creature is given in a darker shade of red with white black and grey nuances.

St. Joseph’s Hawks Colors

CRIMSON
PANTONE: PMS 201 C
HEX COLOR: #9E1B32;
RGB: (161, 31, 53)
CMYK: (0, 100, 63, 29)

GRAY
PANTONE: PMS COOL GRAY 11
HEX COLOR: #6C6F70;
RGB: (83, 86, 91)
CMYK: (0, 2, 0, 63)