Hannaford Field Husky Field Hockey, Lacrosse, and Soccer

Hannaford Field is home to the largest number of USM teams, hosting Husky Field Hockey, Lacrosse, and Soccer. Built in 1996 and most recently renovated in 2018, Hannaford Field spans over 93,000 square feet of Field Turf® and is equipped with four state of the art lighting poles.

The 93,100-square foot field features a new Field Turf® surface and will serve as the home site for USM's men's and women's soccer, field hockey, and men's and women's lacrosse teams.

Field Hockey: In the past 24 seasons on Hannaford field, Husky Field Hockey has earned 20 All-Region and 55 All-Conference honors. In 2013 and 2014, Peyton Dostie (USM ‘16) was named to the ECAC Division III All-New England team and in 2013 Dostie tied single season goals record with 22. Husky Field Hockey has also seen two All-Americans during its time on Hannaford field- Meredith Bradley (USM ‘97) in 1997 and Jessie Superchi (USM ‘05) in 2003.

Men’s Lacrosse: During the Hannaford Field Era, Husky Men’s Lacrosse has won 18 All-Conference honors and three Huskies have been named Little East Players of the Year. In 2013, Kyle Baker (USM ‘13) earned ECAC All-New England honors and in 2018, Nate DelGiudice (USM ‘18) became the Huskies all-time leading scorer with 155 points. In 2020 Coach Sam Manders joined the program becoming just the sixth coach in program history.

Women’s Lacrosse: Reborn in 2000 after a 20 year hiatus, Husky Women’s Lacrosse has developed into a consistent threat in the Little East Conference, winning all but one conference game during the 2019 season. Since their revival, the Huskies have earned 56 All-Conference and two ECAC All-New England honors. In addition, the only two Husky players to have reached over two hundred career points, Jessica Knight and Aliza Jordan, did so in 2010 and 2019 respectively. In 2019, Ashley Durepo was named Little East Coach of the Year.

Men’s Soccer: Since beginning play on Hannaford Field, the USM Men’s Soccer Program has seen forty plus All-Little East Conference honorees and six Little East Conference Players of the Year. Most notably, Sinisa Bajic (USM ‘08) was named Rookie of the Year in 2005 and Offensive Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007. Fifteen year coaching veteran Mike Keller was named Little East Coach of the Year in 2008, as the Huskies boasted a 12-9-1 record, making them the number one seed in the Little East Conference Tournament.

Women’s Soccer: Husky Women's Soccer has seen quite a bit of success during their tenure on Hannaford Field. Over the past 23 years, Husky Women’s Soccer has garnered 43 Little East All-Conference Honors. Three players have been named Little East Players of the Year, while five have earned NSCAA All-New England Honors. In 2018, after leading the Huskies to the Semi-Finals of the Little East Conference Tournament in his first year with the program, Head Coach Seth Benjamin was named Little East Coach of the Year.