Seven former University of Southern Maine athletes were added to the Husky Hall of Fame at a banquet and induction ceremony Saturday night.

The inductees are:

Bob Lapp (Class of 1969), baseball; Jennifer (Young) Babich (2003), soccer, hockey and lacrosse; Ed Harding (2010), soccer and hockey; Tyler Delorme (2004), baseball; Phil Dalrymple (1982), soccer; Lisa (Luce) Hodge (1989), soccer and softball; and Ashley Marble (2007), basketball.

Dr. Michael “Micky” Collins, an internationally renowned expert in sports-related concussions, received the Richard A. Costello Special Achievement Award. Collins was a member of USM’s first NCAA Division III World Series team in 1989.

The Maine Indians won the Men’s Senior Baseball League Northeast Regional Labor Day weekend tournament in Albany, New York, beating the Albany Bombers in the championship game behind the pitching of Clair Crandall and Jim Doran. Dan Proctor earned the tournament MVP with two complete-game victories and clutch hitting. Maine also got key contributions from Ed Simmons, Dan Michaud, Larry Murphy, Jeff Howland, Lenny Fox and Eddie Mayer.

Chuck Rawson aced the fifth hole at Fox Ridge Golf Club on Sept. 13. Rawson used a 3-hybrid for the 169-yard shot, which was witnessed by Joe Pietroski and Dave King.

Garrett Haskins scored his first career hole-in-one on the sixth hole at Spring Meadows Golf Club on Sept. 26. He used a 6-iron on the 133-yard shot. It was witnessed by Hunter Locke, RJ Chamberland and Cooper Chamberland.

Tom Merrill aced the 13th hole at Fox Ridge Golf Club on Sept. 28, using a gap wedge for the 128-yard shot. Mike Goodwin, Cash Wiseman and Bill Robinson witnessed the shot.