Previously known as the Pacers and Volunteers, before that, the University of Tennessee at Martin adopted the name Skyhawks for its athletic teams in 1995. The name was chosen for three reasons, the "Sky" half because the school previously at that site used the name Sky Pilots and was used to train World War II pilots, the "Hawks" for the red-tail hawks indigenous to West Tennessee.
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2007 - Present
A blue, orange, and white Skyhawks head-wearing pilot’s goggles under a wordmark “UT MARTIN” in blue and “SKYHAWKS” in blue with orange trim.
Color scheme change and no changes to the hawk.
1995 - 2007
A blue, orange, and white Skyhawks head-wearing pilot’s goggles under a wordmark “UT MARTIN” in white and “SKYHAWKS” in orange on a blue background.