Lions Alternate Logo
The Loyola Marymount Lions are one of the most successful NCAA Division I programs in the country, and they have a long history of alternate logos to show for it. The Lions have had several different versions over the years, each with its own unique design and story. From their classic lion logo to more modern designs featuring bold colors and sleek lines, these alternates represent LMU's commitment to excellence both on and off the court.
The first alternate logo that was used by LMU dates back nearly 90 years ago when they adopted their iconic lion mascot in 1931. This original version featured a fierce-looking black lion against a white background with an orange outline around it – representing both strength and courage as well as school spirit all at once! In addition to this primary emblem, there were also two smaller variations that included either blue or green accents instead of orange (both are still being used today).
As times changed so did LMU’s branding strategy; entering into new eras saw them adopt more modernized looks such as their “Lions Pride” design from 1995 which prominently featured three lions facing outward toward viewers while sporting red manes atop navy bodies set against gold backgrounds – symbolizing unity among students/athletes alike! They then moved onto another variation known simply as “LMULogo” in 2011 where we see vibrant royal blues take centerstage alongside silver outlines surrounding each letter within its nameplate; this look has since become synonymous with not only athletics but university life itself thanks largely due its eye-catching aesthetics coupled together perfectly complimenting any type outfit worn proudly by those affiliated or associated with Loyola Marymount University!
Finally rounding out our list would be what is arguably considered one of best representations ever created: The Lion Shield Logo introduced just last year (2020) which features an imposingly detailed shield made up entirely of metallic gold details including intricate crests along the top left corner complete sharp edges throughout bottom half - making sure everyone knows exactly who you're repping whenever seen wearing apparel bearing insignia no matter where might find yourself located geographically speaking...and that's none other than your beloved Loyola Marymount Lions!!
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2020 - Present
A red lion’s head with a mane in the shape of a red sun.
2001 - 2010
A leaping crimson red, navy blue, grey lion.
2001 - 2010
Arched custom initials “LMU” in crimson red with grey and dark blue trim above an attacking lion with claws out and wordmark “LIONS” in white on crimson red background.
2001 - 2007
A head shot of a crimson red, navy blue, grey and white lions head with mouth closed next to initials “LMU” in white with crimson red on a navy blue background and “LIONS” in white on crimson red background.
2001 - 2007
A leaping crimson red, navy blue, grey lion above a wordmark “LIONS” in white with crimson red trim and “LOYOLA MARYMOUNT” in white on navy blue background above “UNIVERSITY” in white on a crimson red background.