Tennessee State Tigers Logo

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While the men’s athletic teams representing Tennessee State University, located in Nashville are known as State Tigers, the women’s teams play under the name of Lady Tigers.

Meaning and history

Tennessee State Tigers Logo history

1985 – 2004

Tennessee State Tigers Logo-1992
The logo of the Tennessee State Tigers, created in 1985, featured a slightly naive but detailed monochrome portrait of a tiger which was slightly turned to the right. The animal looked aggressive and dangerous and the image was accompanied by a blue lowercase “TSU” inscription in a custom progressive typeface, where all three letters were connected and written in smooth thick lines with straight gray cuts of the lines. The bright blue letters were outlines in thick white and thin black.

2004 – 2020

Tennessee State Tigers Logo 2004
The current emblem, which was introduced in 2004, has the same structure, yet leaves a different impression. The tiger’s head has been colored and redrawn, due to which it now looks more refined.

2021 – Today

Tennessee State Tigers logo
The lettering turned dark blue in this version, as well as took on a new white-and-blue outline around the edges. The same colors were now used for the tiger’s head, which became a generalized, even if nuanced drawing.

What are Tennessee State Tigers?
Tennessee State Tigers is the name of the college athletic program of the Tennessee State University, which consists of seven men’s (Tigers) teams and eight women’s (Lady Tigers) in various sports disciplines. The program is best known for its football club.

Tennessee State Tigers Colors

HEX COLOR: #00539F;
RGB: (0, 83, 159)
CMYK: (100, 72, 0, 6)

RGB: (255, 255, 255)
CMYK: (0, 0, 0, 0)