1995 – 2000 Michigan State Basketball Jersey Style
The jerseys featured the Michigan State Arch Logo with Greek key pattern used as trim.
Medium-sized Michigan State Arch Logo
Player numerals on front and back
Three stripes around neck and arms
3-inch stripe running down the right side of the jersey
Player last names on the back above the player numerals
Diamond Block S Logo on the right leg
3-inch stripe continues down the right side of the leg
Triangle shape logo on left leg with the Michigan State Arch Logo above the word “basketball,” which is above a graphic of a basketball
Greek key pattern around the waistline and bottom of the shorts
Diamond Block S Logo on the belt buckle
1995 – 1996 was the first season of Michigan State’s five-year contract with Reebok
1996 - 1997 Season Changes
Reebok logo added to the top left leg of the shorts
Outlines added to the 3-inch stripe running down the right side of the jersey and shorts
1997 - 1998 Season Changes
The size of the Michigan State Arch Logo was increased
Greek key pattern added around neck and arms
Colors used in the Greek key pattern are changed to green and black for home games, and white and black for away games
1998 - 1999 Season Changes
Colors used in the Greek key pattern are changed to white and black for both home and away games
1998 - 1999 Mid-Season Changes
For the Michigan State vs. Wisconsin game on February 22, 1999 (56 – 51 Win), Michigan State won the Big Ten Championship wearing throwback Michigan Agricultural College (MAC) jerseys, which was was similar to the regular season with the replacement of the Michigan State Arch Logo with a MAC logo – fonts used for the player last names and player numbers also remained the same
1999 - 2000 Season Changes
The Michigan State Helmet Logo was added to the bottom of the left leg
The 1999 – 2000 season was the last season in the contract with Reebok – this was also the season Michigan State won its second National Championship in basketball
Photography Credits: Masthead image is courtesy of Kris Reitz. Images of 1996 – 1997 and 1997 – 1998 are courtesy of Lansing State Journal. Images of the 1998 – 1999 season changes and 1999 – 2000 season changes are courtesy of Associate Press. Image of 1998 – 1999 mid-season changes is courtesy of MSU Athletic Communications. Spartan Jerseys claims no ownership to these images.
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