About Coach Maurer:
Maurer coached girls club soccer for Sporting Columbia in Columbia, MO from 2011-2013. Maurer served as a volunteer goalkeeper coach at the University of Missouri in 2003. She holds a USSF D coaching license.
As a player, Maurer joined the Northern Illinois Huskies in 1995 which was the programs third season. Maurer was a goalkeeper and led the team to a Mid-American Conference Championship with a 17-7 record as a junior in 1998. She graduated with a 69-69 record in four years, owning a 2.12 GAA, 390 saves and five career shutouts. Maurer owns NIU records with 138 saves during the 1995 season and recorded 390 career stops to rule the Huskies’ charts. In addition, her efforts against Dayton and Wisconsin-Green Bay during the 1995 season are the third and fourth-highest single-match save totals, respectively, in school history.
Maurer was named the conference’s Newcomer of the Year in 1995 and Player of the Year in 1999. She was also able to serve as a Northern Illinois soccer camp counselor during the 1998 and 1999 seasons.
A native of Kirkwood, Mo., Maurer attended Kirkwood High School. She earned first team All-Suburban Conference honors during four consecutive seasons. She was also a National Soccer Coaches Association Missouri all-state third team selection in both 1994 and 1995. She compiled 28 shutouts during her high school career, including nine as a senior while making 136 saves and owning a 1.00 GAA.
Maurer was a member of the Missouri Olympic Development Program team from 1988-95. She also played on the Region II ODP team from 1990-95 and was named as a NSCAA All-American in 1993.
Maurer earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Northern Illinois in 2000.