Weber State Wildcats Logo

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Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, sponsors over 15 teams competing as the Weber State Wildcats.

Meaning and history

Weber State Wildcats Logo history

1965 – 1973

Weber State Wildcats Logo 1965

1973 – 1996

Weber State Wildcats Logo 1973

1996 – 2012

Weber State Wildcats Logo-1996
The initial emblem of Weber State Wildcats featured a bright purple and white crest with an enlarged wild cat image on it and purple lettering set above its upper border. The sharp lines of the image were balanced by the claws and fangs of the animal, which was drawn in solid white with triangular purple accents. As for the wordmark, it was set in the uppercase of a strict bold serif typeface with the upper border slightly arched up.

2012 – Today

Weber State Wildcats Logo

Taking into consideration the nickname, it is only natural that the university’s design team decided to make a wild cat the central character of the Weber State Wildcats logo. On the current version, the cat’s head is depicted in light gray with darker trim and white details. What makes it unique are the purple highlights clearly seen in the picture.

What is Weber State Wildcats?
Weber State Wildcats is the name of a college football team from the Weber State University in Utah. The club was established at the beginning of the 1960s and today competes in NCAA Division I FCS, being coached by Jay Hill.

Weber State Wildcats Colors

WILDCAT PURPLE
PANTONE: PMS 2617
HEX COLOR: #4B2682
RGB: (75,38,130)
CMYK: (84,100,0,13)

WALDO’S GRAY
PANTONE: PMS COOL GRAY 8
HEX COLOR: #A1A1A4
RGB: (161,161,164)
CMYK: (0,1,0,43)

BLACK
PANTONE: PMS RICH BLACK
HEX COLOR: #130C0E
RGB: (19,12,14)
CMYK: (20,20,20,100)