Huskies' men's track & field has had tremendous success at the conference, regional and national level. Claiming 14 of the last 21 indoor track and field titles, USM raised the Little East Conference banner consecutively from 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
At the 2019 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & National Championship, Husky standouts CJ Moody and Zach Hoyle earned all-American honors. Moody placed fifth in the heptathlon breaking his own school record for points in the event, while Hoyle earned the honor with a third place finish in the 800-meter run.
For the better part of two decades, Huskies' women's track & field has dominated the Little East Conference claiming the indoor title during the 2019-2020 season. The 2020 title marked the Huskies' 20th conference championship in 22 seasons.
In addition to team success, the Huskies have had numerous All-Americans honored. During the 2019 outdoor track & field season, Adela Kalilwa broke the school record three times in the triple jump to earn a sixth place finish at the 2019 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championship. During the competition, she became the first USM woman to break the 40-foot barrier in the jump.
The infield of the track has four tennis courts which serve as the home site of the Huskies' men's and women's tennis teams.
The Huskies' men's tennis team has won the Little East Conference title on four occasions, most recently in 2016 to cap a three-season streak. USM claimed its first men's tennis title in 2007. Southern Maine has previously won the LEC title and gained a berth into the NCAAs in 2007, 2014 and 2015. In the 2007 NCAA tournament, the Huskies' recorded its first ever NCAA win defeating Ithaca College 5-4 to advance to the second round before falling to Middlebury College 5-0.
Women's tennis captured Little East Conference titles in 2000 and 2002. Over the last several years, Huskies' women's tennis has led the department academically earning the Remo Riciputi award for the individual-team sport with the highest collective grade point average.