Alcorn State Braves is a sports association consisting of 15 teams that belong to Alcorn State University, located in the city of Lorman, Mississippi. The sports department was founded in 1871 and is headed by Derek Horne. The teams compete in Division I of the NCAA and are members of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
Meaning and History
- 1996-20030% 0 / 1
- 2004-20160% 0 / 1
- 2017-present100% 1 / 1
The first and modern logo looks almost the same. It shows the confidence of the teams, loyalty to sports principles. The 1996 version shows a single letter “A” in a classic upper case serif font. Instead of the crossbar, it says, “Alcorn.” It goes beyond the sign and divides it into two parts.
After a redesign in 2004, the logo has a 3D effect. The effect is formed by the large letter flare and darkening on the right side of the word “Alcorn,” which is made in the capital font. As a result of the next update (2017), the color of the emblem has been enhanced: instead of beige, there is gold, and instead of purple – dark purple.
1996 – 2003
2004 – 2016
2017 – present
Alcorn State Braves Football
The football team was formed in 1921. It takes part in the first division of the NCAA Football Championship. He is a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference. Three times she entered the playoffs of I-AA / FCS.
Alcorn State Braves Basketball
The university has two basketball teams: male and female. They both compete at the Southwestern Athletic Conference. Home games are played at the Davey Whitney sports complex.