Wolf Pack Wordmark Logo
The Nevada Wolf Pack is a proud member of the NCAA and has a rich history of success. The team's wordmark logo is one of the most recognizable symbols in college sports, representing its commitment to excellence on and off the field.
The Wolf Pack’s first official wordmark logo was introduced in 1995 as part of an effort by then-athletic director Chris Ault to give Nevada Athletics a more unified brand identity. It featured two wolf heads facing each other with “Nevada” written above them and “Wolfpack” below them, all set against an olive green background. This design remained unchanged for nearly 20 years until 2014 when it underwent some minor revisions that included adding silver outlines around each lettering element as well as making subtle adjustments to their font sizes and shapes.
In 2018, Nevada unveiled yet another iteration of their beloved wordmark logo which features two wolves howling at each other while standing atop mountains with snow caps – symbolizing both strength and resilience – along with updated typography that reads “Nevada Wolf Pack” against a navy blue background outlined by white stars meant to represent unity within the state itself (the flag). This bold new look perfectly encapsulates what it means to be part not only of this great university but also its home state: steadfastness through adversity; pride through victory; loyalty throughout every season!
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Wordmark “NEVADA” arched in blue.Font: Unknown