The Vermont Cynic

Club hockey fights for logo rights

The club hockey logo was redesigned in order to comply with UVM licensing. Sophomore club hockey president Andrew Ehler wants to change from the current logo back to the old logo, which is now only used for varsity sports only.

Sabrina Hood, Staff Writer

December 25, 2017

UVM is known as Catamount country. At varsity games, our athletes sport the fighting catamount on their apparel.  Sophomore club hockey president Andrew Ehler is angry that club sports cannot do the same because of logo use rules, he said. The split V logo, the V with the catamount in the center, can on...

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