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Dee Glen Smith Spectrum

The Dee Glen Smith Spectrum is a 10,270-seat multi-purpose arena on the campus of Utah State University in Logan, Utah.

The arena, originally known as the Assembly Center, opened for its first basketball game on December 1, 1970. It became known as the Spectrum within the next year, and was named for Dee Glen Smith, founder of Smith's Food & Drug.

The Spectrum is home to Utah State Men's and Women's Basketball, Volleyball and Gymnastics.

The Spectrum is known to have on of the best college basketball atmospheres in the West. The energy of the Aggie faithful creates "Spectrum Magic" as students and fans alike join in harmonious chants and cheers throughout USU Basketball games.

In addition to sporting events, the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum is utilized for concerts, commencement ceremonies and other special events central to the Cache Valley community. It also houses the USU Athletics Department Offices and the USU Ticket Office.


Directions to the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
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The Spectrum is located at the corner of 900 North and 800 East.

From Salt Lake International Airport:

  • Take I-80 East out of the airport to I-215, which will run into I-15 North.
  • Follow I-15 North to exit 362 (Highway 89-91) at Brigham City.
  • Follow Highway 89 into Logan, where it becomes Main Street.
  • From Main Street and Center Street, take Main Street, North to 1000 North.
  • Take Right on 1000 North to 800 East.
  • Take Right on 800 East until you reach 900 North.
  • The Spectrum is located on the East side of 800 East.

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Wayne Estes Center

This $9.7 million, 32,000 square-foot basketball practice facility and volleyball competition venue contains two regulation-size basketball courts and a regulation-size volleyball competition court with chair back seating for 1,400 fans, along with a training room and in-season strength and conditioning area. Office space for both men's and women's basketball and volleyball is also included in the facility, as well as a locker room and film room for volleyball. Ticketing and concession services are also available on Game Days. Located inside the foyer of the Wayne Estes Center is a visual tribute of the building's namesake.

Wayne Estes was an All-American basketball player for Utah State University from 1963 to 1965 and still ranks as the third-leading scorer in Utah State history with 2,001 points and the fourth-leading rebounder (893). He holds school records for career points per game (26.7), free throws made in a career (469), consecutive 10-point games (64), points in a season (821), points per game in a season (33.7), points in a game (52), and rebounds in a game (28).

Directions to the Wayne Estes Center
The Spectrum is located at the corner of 900 North and 800 East.

  • From Main Street and Center Street, take Main Street, North to 1000 North.
  • Take Right on 1000 North to 800 East.
  • Take Right on 800 East until you reach 900 North.
  • The Wayne Estes Center is located on the East side of 800 East.

Hper Practice Gym

The HPER building is located off of 700 North in the heart of campus. The building contains approximately 50,000-square-feet of programming space and houses the HPER Department and USU Campus Recreation. The Utah State Gymnastics Room/Practice Gym is located on the second floor in room 211. The gym boasts state of the art gymnastics and training equipment to support the needs of the USU Gymnastics program.

Directions to the HPER Building
The Facility is located at approximately 700 North and 860 East.

  • From Main Street and Center Street, take Main Street, North to 500 North.
  • Take Right on 500 North then bear left on 700 East.
  • Take 700 East up the hill through the southwest university entrance.
  • Stay stright at the light onto 700 N.
  • The facility is located on the North side of 700 North at approx. 860 East.