American Southwest Conference
|EAST TEXAS BAPTIST||HARDIN-SIMMONS||HOWARD PAYNE|
|Marshall, TX||Abilene, TX||Brownwood, TX|
|LOUISIANA COLLEGE||MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR||MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE|
|Pineville, LA||Belton, TX||Clinton, MS|
|SUL ROSS STATE||TEXAS LUTHERAN|
|Alpine, TX||Seguin, TX|
East Texas Baptist, Howard Payne, and Sul Ross State all used new helmet designs in 2011 (shown above).
EAST TEXAS BAPTIST
|? - 2004||2005 - 2006||2007 - 2010|
|? - 2002||2003 -|
|? - 1999?||2000 - ?||? - 2010|
|2000 - 2005||2006||2007 -|
Louisiana College had a football team through the 1968 season, after which the team was discontinued. It was restored in 2000.
In 2006 this team used the helmet design shown in the photograph below - I would appreciate a copy of the logo used on this helmet design.
|1998 - 2000?||2001? -|
Mary Hardin-Baylor's football team first played in 1998, so these may be the only helmet designs that the team has used.
|? - 2003||2004 - 2005||2006 -|
SUL ROSS STATE
|? - 2001?||2003 - 2007||2008|
In 2010 Sul Ross State was using a new helmet design featuring silver helmet shell with a red and black wolf's head logo and one red stripe; I would appreciate a copy of the helmet logo from this one. Below is a photo:
During at least the 2002 season, Sul Ross used a "wolf head" logo on the left sides of its helmets; the right sides featured the same "SR" logo as is worn on the current helmet design. I would appreciate a copy of the "wolf head" logo, so that I may add the 2002 helmet to this web site.
An earlier helmet is shown below; this photograph is reported to be from the 1995 season and shows a script "Lobos" logo on a red helmet shell. I would appreciate a copy of the logo used on this helmet.
|1998 - 2001?||2008||2007; 2009|
|2002? - 2006; 2010 -|
This team was using a new helmet design in 2008 (see photo below). The logo was apparently a "bulldog face" in front of an outline of the state of Texas, which is enclosed by an unusual square border. I will need a copy of the helmet logo in order to add this helmet to the web site. The logo was apparently worn on the right sides of the helmets only; the left sides being "blank".