A new Husky dog logo was also developed as part of a review of all athletic team logos and marks in 2013. “This logo is everything that a Husky is supposed to be – powerful, aggressive, determined,” Head women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma says. “It is looking right through you and saying ‘Do not mess with me.’ This is a streamlined, fighting dog, and I cannot wait for it to be on our uniforms and court.”
2013 - Present
A new version of Jonathan Husky’s head, now a front view of his blue, white, red, and grey head.
Navy & red remained the same as previously but gray was changed again.
Partnered with Graphic Identity Group (GIG) of Nike
2010 - 2012
Johnathan Husky’s head is in navy, white, red, and grey. Wordmark “CONNECTICUT” on top and “HUSKIES” below and in blue.
Changed their colors slightly, most importantly the grey.
2002 - 2010
In 2002, UConn modernized Johnathan Husky’s head but keeping a similar design as before and updated its typography. Wordmark “CONNECTICUT” and “HUSKIES” in blue.
Navy was slightly changed and gray was added.
1981 - 2002
Mascot Jonathan Husky’s head on the blue circle and a white with blue highlights wordmark “CONNECTICUT” in block letters arched on the top and “HUSKIES” in block letter on the bottom.
1970 - 1981
Right-facing mascot Jonathan Husky’s head with greater detailed fur lines in blue and white.
1960 - 1970
Jonathan Husky standing in blue and white Revolutionary War clothing and armed with a blue rifle.
1959 - 1960
Mascot Jonathan Husky’s head in navy and white.
Called the “Sad Husky” logo.