Mavericks Wordmark Logo
The University of Texas at Arlington Mavericks has a long and proud history. The school's wordmark logo has been around since the late 1970s when it was first introduced to represent the university's athletics teams. Over time, this iconic logo has become synonymous with UT Arlington and is now widely recognized as one of college sports' most recognizable symbols.
The original design for the UT Arlington Mavericks' wordmark logo featured an image of a Mav in white lettering on a blue background. This classic look was updated in 2008 to feature an outline version that still included some elements from its predecessor but also added more modern touches such as rounded edges and bolder colors like red, black, silver, and gold—allowing it to stand out even more against other collegiate logos across NCAA Division I schools nationwide.
Today’s version includes all these features plus additional details such as three stars above “Mavericks” representing each state where UTA competes (Texas being represented by two stars). In addition to its use on apparel or merchandise items associated with UTA Athletics programs, the current iteration also serves another purpose: It proudly represents all students who attend or have graduated from this great institution—and continues to be seen throughout North Texas every day!
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2010 - Present
An arched wordmark “MAVERICKS” in orange and “UT ARLINGTON” in blue with orange trim.Font: Custom
2010 - Present
An arched wordmark “MAVERICKS” in blue and “UT ARLINGTON” in blue with orange trim.Font: Custom