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
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 Spectrum is located on the East side of 800 East.