Shannon Elizabeth Shuttle
Volleyball, Class of 2010
Transferring to the University of Southern Maine from Elmira College, Shannon Shuttle, Class of 2010, made an immediate impact on the Huskies’ volleyball program as a member of the team during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. A William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete and a team captain during her time as a USM student-athlete, Shuttle is in the top 10 of records, highlighted by her ability to serve for an ace. Shuttle averaged 2.094 kills per game over her two seasons with the Huskies (2009-2010), and had a career-high 19 kills against Suffolk University in 2010, a career-best 10 service aces against UMaine Machias in 2010.
Active in numerous student-groups during her time at Southern Maine, Shuttle participated in both the USM Biology and USM Chemistry Club in addition to serving on the Huskies’ Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. A member of Beta Beta Beta, the National Golden Key Honor Society and the Phi Kappa Phi, Shuttle completed her academic career with distinction, earning her degree in Biology. Shuttle went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016, and works at the Burnt Mill Veterinary Center.