Mandy L. King, Class of 1999. A member of the highly successful women’s basketball program, Mandy L. King, Class of 1999, earned numerous honors for her leadership both on and off the court for the Huskies. A former Paula D. Hodgdon Award winner (1997) and Roland Wirths Memorial Award winner (1998), King, currently the head women’s basketball coach at Washingon and Lee University in Virginia, was named the Training and Conditioning Magazine National Collegiate Comeback Player of the Year in 1997 after battling back from the second of two traumatic knee injuries. A smart play maker during her career, King is in the top 10 in six career statistical categories at USM. A 1995 All-Little East Conference selection and 1998, 1997 All-ECAC honoree, is second all-time in assists (563), and three-point field goals made (190), third in games played (124), fourth in assist average (4.5 apg), sixth in three-point field goal percentage (35.6 percent) and ninth in steals (225). King also played one season for the Huskies. During the 1995 season, King led the Huskies in assist with seven- a total is which currently second all-time in the USM single season records.