College Athletics T-Shirt Design & Clipart
Show your team pride with one-of-a-kind college t-shirts from CustomInk! As you can see from the photos below, custom tees are the perfect way to make your team look like winners on and off the court (or field, or pool, or dance floorâ€¦) To get started on a tee your team will love, check out our sports design ideas.
Dodgeball by UOP Water Polo - almost 2 years ago
"Kappa Alpha Theta, a sorority on campus, hosts a dodgeball tournament called Theta Inferno every year to help raise money for CASA Youth Shelters. Several teams, comprised of fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, student-athletes, and others, participate and enjoy some friendly competition to do their part for a great cause. "
Step About Boston-BU's Only Irish Dance and Cultural Group by Step About Boston - almost 2 years ago
"Step About Boston is composed of both a performance group and of students seeking to celebrate and discover Irish dance and culture. This includes students with a wide range of dancing abilities â€“ from those with no prior dance experience to those who have been dancing and competing for years. Our CustomInk apparel helps us get recognized as the Irish dance group on campus at BU--we're hard to miss!"
Hofstra Flying Dutchmen by Hofstra Quidditch - almost 2 years ago
Maryville Cross Country by MU XC - almost 2 years ago
We're Goin to DISNEY!! by Tblazer - almost 2 years ago
SJSU Powerlifting Team at San Jose Open by SJSU Powerlifting Team - almost 2 years ago
Judson University Inaugural Football Team! by Ethan Adams - almost 2 years ago
"Judson University does not have a football team (yet!), so we decided to make shirts as some fun in showing school spirit and our desire to get a team! It has instantly been a hit around campus, and it could not have been made any easier by CustomInk. The shirts are perfect!"
1st game by take it to the bank - almost 2 years ago
Carolina Colorguard by University of South Carolina Color Guard - almost 2 years ago
"Our group of 25 performs each week alongside the Mighty Sound of the Southeast, the Carolina Marching Band. We choreograph flag work to spin to the music of the band, and we performed on October 6, 2012 in front of a record-breaking crowd at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina of 85,000+ people. That same day, we spun our flags for the tv crews of ESPN's college Gameday. We practice every day of the week, and performance Saturdays can be as long as 16-hours, but we love what we do and there is no better way to support the South Carolina Gamecocks!"