AIC Yellow Jackets – sports department of a private liberal arts college – “American International College,” which appeared in the 1885th year and is located in the city of Springfield, Massachusetts. This sports department includes 22 male and female teams in various sports, including basketball, hockey, soccer, athletics, volleyball, and many others. They play on the NCAA Division II and are members of the Northeast-10 Conference, Atlantic Hockey.
Meaning and History
Since 2001, the Rex wasp, the mascot of American International College, has been depicted on the national teams’ logo. The insect runs and looks intimidating, threateningly approaching its rivals. The sting is made distinct, large, expressive. This is another element of intimidation of competitors. The wasp is drawn with very muscular arms (in white gloves) and legs (in white shoes). On the black T-shirt is an abbreviation for the college name – “AIC.”
In the 2009th year, the logo was corrected. The sting wasp “Rex” lengthened. The distance between the black stripes made more. The effect of “fluffiness” was removed. The antennae of the wasp changed shape, making them much shorter and sharper. The choice of colors used in the AIC Yellow Jackets logo is fully consistent with the wasp’s theme – a combination of black, white, and yellow. The latter is presented in shades of Pantone 1235 and Hex FFCC33.
2001 – 2008
2009 – present
AIC Yellow Jackets Hockey
The men’s hockey team is a member of Atlantic Hockey and performs at the MassMutual Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. She spent her first season in 1948-1949. He plays under the guidance of coach Eric Lang (as of 2019). It has a separate logo with the image of a wasp with a hockey stick.
AIC Yellow Jackets Football
The football team appeared at American International College in the academic season 1933-1934. She has made significant strides in performing at the NCAA in 2008 and 2013.