LOOK: Dayton reveals new logo, court design for 2014-15
The Dayton Flyers replaced its former logo, the name spelled out, with a stylized D.
The University of Dayton revealed its new sports logo on Friday, along with a new court design and Nike basketball uniforms.
Dayton's old logo, simply "Dayton Flyers" written in school colors, will be replaced by the letter "D" with stylized wings. As you can see below, the logo has already been added to the center jump circle in UD Arena.
"Our new logo will certainly be a success factor for our program,” head coach Archie Miller said in a statement released by the school. “From the start, I’ve been an advocate of a unified identity which can continue to sell a new day and age for our program. Our brand is as strong as it’s ever been and this will continue to keep us in the nation’s basketball mindset.
“The University of Dayton has always had a great image locally and within our campus community. This will only set us up to be even more connected as we move forward. It’s a special time to be a part of this re-branding, and it’s essential to our future.”
Check out the new jerseys below:
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