Broncos Alternate Logo
The Santa Clara Broncos have a long and storied history in college sports, with the school's NCAA Division I teams competing since the early 1900s. Over the years, they have had several different alternate logos to represent their athletic programs. Here we will take a look at some of those designs and explore how they reflect on the team’s identity over time.
The earliest known logo used by Santa Clara was an interlocking SC design that dates back to 1926 when it first appeared on uniforms for football games played against Stanford University and other opponents from around California. This logo featured two letters intertwined within each other in red outlined white lettering atop a blue background with yellow stars placed around them as accents – symbolizing both strength and unity among its players as well as its fans across all sports at Santa Clara University (SCU).
The next major change came about during World War II when many collegiate institutions adopted patriotic symbols like eagles or flags into their logos; however, instead of following this trend, SCU chose to keep its existing design but changed up some aspects such as adding more yellow stars along with an outline of gold trimming which gave it more depth than before while still maintaining familiarity amongst alumni who had seen this emblem before during previous seasons prior to WWII starting up again after being suspended due wartime conditions overseas between 1941-1945 period.
As times changed so did technology which allowed for new ways graphics could be created including vector art – something that would become increasingly popular throughout athletics departments nationwide beginning in the late 1960’s era leading us into today’s modern age where digital art is commonplace even among amateur level leagues/teams too! In order to capitalize upon these advancements made available then (and now!), SCU decided once again to update their iconic “SC" logo by replacing traditional lettering style fonts used previously replaced by bolder sans serif typefaces giving off much stronger visual impact while also keeping the true spirit alive through color palette choices remaining unchanged - red outlines surrounding bright white inner area & blue base beneath everything else making sure any fan can easily recognize what school this belongs too no matter how far away one may find themselves geographically speaking!
Today you can find various iterations of these classic logos representing not only men's baseball teams but also women's soccer squads plus basketball clubs alike thanks mainly due recent changes made in NCAA rules allowing schools flexibility when designing unique looks for specific sports needs without sacrificing overall brand recognition either way - something very important if you want your
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2016 - Present
Interlocked initials “SC” in red with silver trim.
2016 - Present
Interlocked initials “SC” in red.
2004 - 2016
The initials “SC” in red with white and black trim.
2004 - 2016
A sideview of a silver with black trim bronco’s head with the initials “SC” in red with white and black trim.
1988 - 2004
The initials “SC” in red.