Kris Littlefield Jordan
Induction Year: 2000
Class of: 1989
Sports: Basketball

Kris Littlefield Jordan, 1989- A transfer from Springfield College, Kris Littlefield Jordan was one of the finest point guards to ever play for the Huskies’ nationally ranked  women’s basketball program. An immediate starter, she was a great passer, had outstanding court presence and was a deadly shooter. The starting point guard for the Huskies’ first final four team (1987-88), she played two seasons for coach Gary Fifield. She was an honorable mention All-Little East selection both years and All-ECAC first team pick once. She was named to the all-tournament team at the Little East Conference championship tournament and at the NCAA Regional Tournament in 1988. Despite playing just two seasons for USM, Littlefield still ranks 10th in career assists, and her 5.8 assists per game ranks second. During her first year with the Huskies, she dished out 172 assists, fifth highest single-season total, and averaged 7.6 points per game. The next year, she passed out 160 assists, averaged 10.0 points a game and shot 55 percent from the field. Littlefield has returned to college at the University of Maine and is a senior in the nursing program. She formerly was a recreation therapist in Acadia Hospital (Bangor, Maine). She resides in Orrington, Maine.