Warriors Alternate Logo
The University of Hawaii has been the proud home to the Warriors since 1909. Throughout its long history, this iconic team has had several different logos and alternate designs that represent its spirit and fight for victory.
The most recent iteration of their logo was unveiled in 2014, featuring a fierce warrior standing strong with a spear in hand while wearing traditional Hawaiian armor. This version was designed to honor past generations of warriors as well as pay homage to the rich culture found on these islands. In addition, it is meant to signify strength and courage throughout all aspects of life – something that is embodied by every member who wears UH's colors proudly on game day!
However, before this design became popular there were other versions used over time including an updated version from 1977-78 which featured two crossed spears above a shield containing three “U’s” representing unity among students athletes faculty staff alumni fans & supporters alike; then there was another one introduced during 2003-04 season depicting an aggressive looking warrior wielding his sword ready for battle - both symbols still remain part many people's memories today when they think about UH Athletics!
Finally, we come back around full circle with a current logo that features our beloved warrior facing forward toward future victories & success stories yet to be told - no matter what form or fashion it may take shape within years come... Go, Warriors!!!
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2000 - Present
A green with white letter “H” with a totem pole design.
1990 - 2000
A Hawaiian warrior with a green helmet and green and yellow lightning cape carrying the blue flag with a bolt of yellow lightning.