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Husky Fans Double Down on Devotion at Championship Twin Bill

The field hockey and women's soccer teams fed on the energy from Husky fans in back-to-back conference championship games.

Trick or Treat with a Student-Athlete

Athletes dressed up as bumblebees, construction workers, superheroes, and more to entertain visiting kids at the Husky Community Halloween Party.

Road to Hall of Fame Begins with Self-Belief: 'You're Capable of More Than You Think'

The 2022 Husky Hall of Fame class set a high standard of excellence with national champions, All-Americans, and beloved team leaders among the nine inductees.

Hill Gym Holds Seat in Perpetual Reserve for Missing and Imprisoned Troops

An empty seat at Hill Gymnasium asks fans to spare a moment between their cheers to remember the service members who never came home from war.

Gem of a Jump Earns Drummey Pole Vault Championship Ring

In front of a crowd of cheering Husky fans, Ben Drummey receives the ring that he earned by winning a national championship in pole vaulting.

All Pumped Up for New Gym Equipment

New equipment at the fitness centers on all three campuses has advanced the technology available to members by more than 20 years.

New Turf Makes Every Game Day a Field Day

A giant Husky logo at the center of Hannaford Field ensures that school pride is woven into the fabric of the new playing surface.
Jaequan Grant (center) with members of the USM Athletic Department Staff.

Jaequan Grant Recognized as Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports-Scholar

USM senior, Cyber Security major and member of the Huskies' men's indoor and outdoor track & field teams, Jaequan Grant, earns second team Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar Award

Graduate Spotlight '22: Jackie Luckhardt

Neither an ACL tear nor the COVID-19 pandemic could stop Jackie Luckhardt from compiling some of the most impressive statistics in the history of the Women's Basketball program.

There's No Place Like Dorm for the Holidays

When the winter sports season cuts into family time, student-athletes rely on each other for fun and support during the break between semesters.

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