Mountain Hawks Primary Logo
The Lehigh Mountain Hawks have a long and proud history in NCAA athletics. The school’s primary logo has been around for decades, representing the spirit of excellence that the university strives for.
The original design was created in 1974 by John Cavanaugh, who was an art professor at the time. It featured a hawk perched atop a mountain with its wings spread wide open to signify strength and courage. This logo became synonymous with Lehigh University sports teams over the years as it represented their commitment to winning on and off the field or court.
Over time, there have been several variations of this iconic design but they all remain true to their original meaning: strength through adversity and success despite challenges faced along life's journey both athletically and academically alike! In 2015, an updated version debuted which included some minor changes such as sharper lines throughout while still keeping true to its roots; this new look is now used across all athletic programs at Lehigh University today!
With nearly five decades under their belt since first introducing it back in 1974 - The Mountain Hawk Logo continues to proudly represent what being part of TeamLeHigh stands for – Strength Through Adversity & Success Despite Challenges Faced Along Life's Journey On And Off The Field Or Court Alike!
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2004 - Present
A dark brown, light brown, green and white mountain hawk’s head on light brown with dark brown trim letter “L.”
1996 - 2003
A light brown and dark brown mountain hawk flying below a mountain with a wordmark “LEHIGH” in white.