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Hill Gym Husky Men's & Women's Basketball and Women's Volleyball

Named after Warren G. Hill, the Hill Gym was built in the 1960s and rededicated in 1998. Hill Gym hosts Husky Basketball and Volleyball and was equipped with new flooring following the 2019-20 seasons.
All-Conference guard Jacobe Thomas. Recognized as one of the top performers in the Little East, Thomas averaged a team-leading 19.2 points per game while shooting 46.7 percent (170-364) from the field and 33.0 percent (32-for-97) from three-point range. The Huskies' 6-3 guard added 6.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.8 steals per game. Scoring in double-digits in 19 games (24 games played), Thomas had a career-high of 44 points in an 81-67 win over non-conference opponent Thomas College in December. Thomas' 44-point performance is ranked second in Husky single-game records.

Men’s Basketball: Over the past 20 years in Hill Gym, Husky Men’s Basketball has continued to be a strong contender in the Little East, earning 23 All-Conference Honors in that time. The Huskies have also collected 14 All-State honors since 2000. Jacobe Thomas (USM ‘22), received the team’s most recent All-State honor during the 2019-20 season.

In the 2015-16 season, the Huskies finished second in the Little East, their best finish in over ten years, and Karl Henrickson was named Coach of the Year. During the 2018-19 season, Christian McCue (USM ‘19) ended his career with 181 three-point field goals made, putting him second all-time in Husky History.

Women’s Basketball: The 21-time Little East Conference champion Husky Women’s Basketball is one of the premiere programs in the region. In the past 20 years, the Huskies have earned 54 All-Conference honors and a Husky player has been named Conference Player of the Year nine times.

Kristen Curley earned LEC, MWBCA and NEWBA Rookie of the Year honors.

In 2006-07, Ashley Marble (USM '07) was named D3hoops.Com National Player of the Year, repeated as a WBCA All-American and was tabbed as the CoSIDA College Academic All-American of the Year.

Two-time WBCA All-American and 2007 Division III National Player of the Year Ashley Marble in action during the 2006 NCAA Division III Final Four.

The Huskies have also received numerous conference, regional and national honors, the most recent coming from Victoria Harris (USM ‘22) during the 2019-20 season.

The Huskies have reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen fifteen times and the Final Four five times in program history.

All-Conference guard Jackie Luckhardt.

Women's Volleyball: Husky Volleyball has reached new heights recently under Coach Diane Newell.

2017 Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Year Jessica Williamson

The Huskies have made the Little East Conference tournament four times in the last seven years and won twenty matches in 2017, the second most in program history. In total, the Huskies have earned ten All-Conference honors and have received three All-Conference Player of the Year awards.

Shannon Shuttle '10 was inducted into the Husky Hall of Fame with the Class of 2018. A William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete and a team captain during her time as a USM student-athlete, Stoll is in the top 10 of several career records, highlighted by her ability to serve for an ace.