Bluejays Primary Logo
The Creighton Bluejays have a proud history of athletic excellence, and their primary logo has been an integral part of that success. The original logo was created in 1924 and featured the head of a blue jay with its wings spread wide. This design was used until 1962 when it underwent some minor changes to make it more modern looking while still retaining the same basic shape.
In 1992, the school decided to update its look once again by introducing a new version that incorporated elements from both previous logos into one cohesive image. This new design featured an updated blue jay head with larger eyes and beaks as well as two curved lines representing wings on either side. Additionally, this version also included “Creighton” written across the top in white lettering for added emphasis on brand recognition among fans and supporters alike.
Today, this classic yet contemporary logo is still proudly displayed at all Creighton sporting events ranging from basketball games to volleyball matches or any other event where Bluejay pride is strong! It serves not only as a reminder of how far they have come but also symbolizes hope for future successes that lie ahead - something every fan can appreciate!
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2013 - Present
The letter “C” in white with light blue, silver and dark blue trim and a side profile of a blue jay’s head in the middle in white, silver, light and dark blue.
Designed by Mongoose Graphics.
1997 - 2013
A slanted wordmark “Jays” in white with blue trim.
1972 - 1997
A blue Jay wearing a white sweater with the blue letter “C.”