Glen Mayberry, 1976- There is no question in Coach Phil Cole’s mind that Glen Mayberry was the best ever to take to the tennis court for USM. “He had the all-around game and a good fighting spirit,” says Cole, who remains the Huskies coach. “He was just superb at the net. And, he wanted to win.” That desire is still party of Mayberry, who is currently teaching school and playing tennis in Okinawa, Japan. He returns to Maine for a visit each summer and invariably ends up in a tennis tournament. “I remember one year at the Yarmouth Clam Festival Tournament when he won the men’s singles, mixed doubles and doubles titles,” says Cole.” And that was all in one day.” During his days as a Husky, Mayberry set a school record for most wins in both singles and doubles play. The four-year No.1 player was a four-time All-Conference selection and won either the District 5 or the NESCAC title each season. After leaving USM with his teaching degree in 1976, Mayberry did not forget his former coach or team. When USM tennis was threatened by financial troubles three years ago, Mayberry stepped in with a sizable donation to help fund the team.