Hawaii Warriors Logo

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Since 1909, the University of Manoa has been developing sports areas. The latest Hawaii Warriors logo is minimalist and reflects a commitment to national roots. Indigenous graphic motifs ensured brand awareness, demonstrating its important features.

Hawaii Warriors: Brand overview

Founded: 1982
Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
Website: hawaiiathletics.com
The University of Hawaii at Manoa sponsors a sports program that participates in the NCAA Division I. It is part of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, Mountain West Conference and the Big West Conference for various sports. The first football team appeared in 1909. A little later, everyone else joined it. In 1923, the team received the nickname Rainbows, and in 1974 – Warriors. This is a reference to the warriors who united the Hawaiian Islands. Women’s teams have been officially known as Rainbow Wahine since 1972, and men’s teams have been called Rainbow Warriors since 2013.

Meaning and History

Hawaii Warriors Logo History

The 1982 logo was not without one of the main symbols of Hawaii Warriors – a colorful rainbow. According to legend, she appeared next to the stadium during the final match of 1923. Since then, there have been rumors that athletes at the University of Hawaii at Manoa cannot lose when a rainbow appears in the sky. But the artists did not depict it completely but limited themselves to only four colors: red, yellow, green, and blue. Also, they supplemented the composition with the letters “U” and “H.”

The bright emblem existed until 1997. In 1998, it was replaced by a brutal brand name with the letter “H,” in which the outer sides have sharp notches. The motifs of the traditional totem pole are traced in the figure. The palette is restrained: green, white, black, and blue. The last two colors are used for contours, and the first two are used as primary.

What is Hawaii Warriors?

Hawaii Warriors (or Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and Rainbow Wāhine) is an athletic department belonging to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Located in Honolulu, Hawaii, it consists of 19 student teams. Athletes compete in NCAA Division I, representing the Big West Conference.

1982 – 1997

Hawaii Warriors Logo 1982-1997

1998 – today

Hawaii Warriors Logo 1998-Present

Hawaii Warriors Basketball

Hawaii Warriors emblem

Rainbow Warriors in 1949 participated in the NAIA Tournament. After that, they appeared in eight NIT and five NCAA Tournaments. The women’s team also visited five NCAA Tournaments – the last time this happened in 2016.

Hawaii Warriors Baseball

Hawaii Warriors symbol

The university acquired a baseball program in 1923. In 1980, athletes competed in the College World Series and took second place. Mike Trapasso is currently training athletes.

Font and Colors

Hawaii Warriors color codes

Evergreen Hex color: #024731
RGB: 2 71 49
CMYK: 97 0 31 72
Pantone: PMS 3425 C
Black Hex color: #000000
RGB: 0 0 0
CMYK: 0 0 0 100
Pantone: PMS Process Black C
Dark Gray Hex color: #b2b2b2
RGB: 178 178 178
CMYK: 0 0 0 30/td>
Pantone: PMS Cool Gray 5 C