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A10 Conference Unveils 2018 Basketball Championship Logo

NAPLES, Fla. —The Atlantic 10 Conference on Tuesday revealed the 2018 Men's Basketball Championship Logo in preparation for the league's marquee event to move to the Verizon Center in the heart of the nation's capital. The logo was revealed to the league's athletic directors and men's basketball coaches at the annual conference spring business meeting. The Atlantic 10 will also make a select number of tickets for the 2018 Championship available for presale today through Thursday, May 25 at 10:00 am. This special presale includes a 10 percent discount and must be purchased through Ticketmaster. Link to purchase: The primary championship logo

DeSales Taps Joe for new Athletic Identity

Center Valley, PA (June 30, 2017) - The DeSales University athletics department is excited to roll out a new, more consistent look as part of an athletics rebranding effort. The changes will create a more consistent look across all platforms through a new logo, colors, and lettering. "We are incredibly excited about our new logo," says Scott Coval director of athletics. "I know the DeSales community and our fans will love the fresh look. In branding our athletic department, it was important for us to get a clean, distinguished mark and be consistent with how we apply it. This is the first step in

Joe Bosack & Co. Unveils Susquehanna River Hawks Identity

The new logo was revealed during Opening Convocation for the Class of 2020, the first class to enter the university under the River Hawks moniker. The annual convocation ceremony occurs the afternoon of move-in day and celebrates new students' entry to Susquehanna University. Featuring Susquehanna's school colors of orange and maroon, the logo features a sleek representation of a river hawk, with emphasis given to its distinctive and piercing eyes. It was designed by Pottsville-based Joe Bosack & Co., which has developed athletic brand identities for nearly 100 colleges and universities across the country. Bosack and team also worked with the

Sporting News – A behind-the-scenes look at the 2016 Final Four logo

The road to this year’s Final Four runs through the small city of Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Pottsville, located in the heart of the anthracite coal region of eastern Pennsylvania, is home to D.G. Yuengling & Son, America’s oldest operating brewery. It’s also home to Joe Bosack & Co., the firm responsible for this year’s Final Four logo, which represents but a single component in an entirely new NCAA championship identity system. Joe Bosack has developed nearly one hundred identities for colleges and universities over the past two decades, as well as logos for the SEC and ACC. His institutional knowledge of collegiate sports design

Joe Bosack & Co. Featured on Under Considerations Brand New

Established in 1906, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a member-led, nonprofit organization “dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes”. It regulates and organizes the athletic programs in 24 sports across three divisions (with Division I being most popular and competitive) and manages the 89 different championship tournaments where more than 54,000 of the 460,000 student-athletes compete. Last year, the NCAA unveiled the logo for the 2016 Final Four (basketball tournament) and this year is implementing a comprehensive identity system that applies to all championships designed by Pottsville, PA-based Joe Bosack & Co... Read More Here