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Fresno State Bulldogs Logo

Fresno State Bulldogs Logo
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California State University, Fresno own twenty-two Fresno State Bulldogs teams. Most sports are represented at the Mountain West Conference. The exceptions are wrestling and horseback riding (they are listed in the Big 12 Conference), water polo (Golden Coast Conference), and lacrosse (Mountain Pacific Sports Federation). At the same time, all teams of the educational institution take part in the NCAA Division I, have a red-blue color palette and a mascot nicknamed Time Out.

Meaning and History

Fresno State Bulldogs Logo History
Fresno State Bulldogs Logo Evolution

The Fresno State Bulldogs logo traditionally depicts a bulldog. He confidently stands on four legs and barks, showing sharp teeth. A collar with massive spikes is worn around the dog’s neck. On the torso – a red T-shirt with a blue letter “F” on the sleeve. In the previous version (1992-2005), “F” was slightly larger. Now it takes up less space, and the bulldog as a whole has become more compact.

A round white pendant with a green “V” is attached to the collar. It was not there before. Also, the designers changed the color scheme, as a result of which the scarlet became red-pink, and the blue became dark blue.

1992 – 2005

Fresno State Bulldogs Logo 1992-2005

2006 – present

Fresno State Bulldogs Logo 2006-Present

Emblem

Fresno State Bulldogs Emblem

Fresno State Bulldogs Football Logo

Fresno State Bulldogs Football Logo

The list of achievements of the football team is a victory in twenty-seven conference championships. During games, she uses an additional emblem in the form of a green letter “V.” This badge adorns uniforms, helmets, and the Bulldog Stadium. It symbolizes California Central Valley.

Fresno State Bulldogs Basketball Logo

Fresno State Bulldogs Basketball Logo

The biggest achievement of the men’s baseball team is the victory in the National Invitational Tournament Championship held in 1983. The women’s team is famous for winning four WAC titles and participating in the NCAA Tournament seven times.