EU PASSPORT: AVAILABLE for Summer 2019
Name: Lisa Maulden
DOB: March 27, 1993
Date Available: March 20, 2019
Positions: Utl, 1B, 3B
Positions (alt): 2B, SS, OF, C
College: Seattle University (D1)
*Veteran International Import Coach-Utility Player. Former NCAA DI Power Hitter*
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Summer 2019: UNSIGNED
**Profile last updated: 4 December, 2018**
Lisa Maulden is a veteran international softball import player who first took her career overseas in 2015 to play in Austria. She has since played in Belgium, Australia, Hungary, New Zealand, and the Netherlands. Lisa will return to the Western Magpies in Auckland, New Zealand for the 2018/2019 winter season. During this time Lisa has also built up a lengthy coaching resume, coaching all ages, has assumed the role as player-coach during her time with the Budapest Reds of Hungary in summer 2017, and also has experience coaching youth baseball.
Lisa was a four year starter with Seattle University (NCAA DI), playing corner infield while also coaching as a volunteer within the University – assisting at university camps and local little league teams (BIO). Over the course of her four years with Seattle U, Lisa hit 20 home runs, 34 doubles supported by a career batting average of .299. Lisa is all over the school’s record books, including 3rd all-time in both doubles and home runs – as of summer 2018 (history book link).
Lisa is confident playing any position on the field, excluding pitcher. She has a strong arm with accurate throws across the diamond and from the outfield to all bases.
Lisa is a power hitter who swings from the left side but also has small ball capability – slapping and bunting. On the base paths she is smart base runner and takes pride in swiping the extra base when possible. Lisa is known for drawing the most out of her and teammates through her positive attitude and continuous support.
Lisa on her coaching:
“As a coach, I love working on both the mental and physical side of the game with my players. At all ages, practice makes permanent, which reinforces that every rep counts. Since softball is a team sport, being able to bring out the best qualities in your athletes is of the upmost importance. This allows people to know their role on the team and thrive in a team environment with their peers. A team is a sum of all of it’s parts, which is why every person has a specific role on the team. I enjoy working with athletes of all ages, both baseball and (men and women) softball players.”
Lisa is has now come on as a the Softball Recruitment Manager with BBJO (BIO) because of the strong character and determination she has exemplified throughout her years abroad as well as through her volunteer work with BBJO building the softball network overseas.
A testament to Lisa’s determination is when she walked-on to the softball team while at Seattle University for academics, not only earning a spot on the roster, but becoming a 4-year starter and playing against some of the country’s top college softball programs, including many Pac-12 and SEC schools.
Any club interested in a power-hitting utility player and coach who also brings ton of positive energy is encouraged to reach out to Lisa with any expressions of interest.
Education: BA in Liberal Studies (emphasis in Business and Statistics)
Hobbies and Interests: Teaching/coaching, traveling, music, reading
Post softball career plans: Unsure; possibly coaching softball and also teaching overseas. Very interested in making a home within a club overseas to help build and grow a program – including in the offseason
Relationship status: Single
Recent injuries or illnesses: None
Financial arrangement: Lisa would like her flights paid, accommodation provided, and a salary as a base contract
Availability: Available for Summer 2019
Living arrangement preferences: Lisa is open to all living arrangements
Summer playing preferences: Anywhere
Winter playing preferences: Anywhere
- Winter 2017/2018: Awarded “AFC Most Homeruns,” “AFC Most RBI’s,” and named to AFC All Selection Team (Instagram – Auckland Softball)
- Winter 2017/2018: Awarded “Western Magpies Softball 2017/2018 Premier Women Most RBI’s”
- 2017: Awarded Euroleague MVP (ESF / Mister Baseball / EBSM)
- 2017: Awarded “Best Batter” at Finkstonball Tournament in Attnang-Puchheim, Austria (Facebook Post)
- Winter 2016/2017: Awarded the “Player’s Player” by Teammates
- Winter 2016/2017: Nominated for the A1 “June Spice” Award
College (2012-2015) and High School (2008-2011):
- 2015: College Sports Madness Preseason All-WAC First Team (ARTICLE)
- 2014: Named to All-WAC Tournament Team (ARTICLE)
- 2014: First Team All-WAC (ARTICLE)
- 2014: College Sports Madness Preseason All-WAC Second Team (ARTICLE)
- 2012: PCSC All Conference Second Team (ARTICLE)
- 2011: 2nd Team All League SPSL (ARTICLE), Golden Glove Award
- 2010: 1st Team All League SPSL (ARTICLE), Silver Slugger Award
- 2009: 1st Team All League SPSL (ARTICLE), Silver Slugger Award
- 2008: 2nd Team All League SPSL (ARTICLE), Golden Glove Award
2011-2015: Seattle University Career Record Book (as of Summer 2018):
- Slugging Percentage (5th – .482)
- Games Played (6th – 188)
- Games Started (5th – 185)
- At Bats (5th – 525)
- Hits (9th – 157)
- Doubles (3rd – 34)
- Home Runs (3rd – 20)
- RBI (4th – 104)
- Put Outs (1st – 1021)
2011-2015: Seattle University Individual Season Record Book at NAIA (as of Summer 2018):
- Slugging Percentage (7th with .600 in 2014)
- Doubles (T6th with 12 in 2014)
- Home Runs (T8th with 7 in 2014)
- RBI (T7 with 33 in 2014)
- Put Outs (2nd with 332 in 2014
- 5th with 306 in 2015 and 6th with 303 in 2012),
2011-2015: Seattle University Individual Season Record Book at D1 Level (as of Summer 2018):
- Batting Average (7th with .359 in 2014)
- Slugging Percentage (3rd with .600 in 2014)
- Hits (T6th with 52 in 2014)
- Doubles (T3rd with 12 in 2014, T6 with 11 in 2015)
- Home Runs (T4th with 7 in 2014, T7th with 6 in 2013, T10th with 5 in 2015)
- Games Started (T10th with 49 in 2015)
- Runs (T10th with 24 in 2014)
- RBI (T2nd with 33 in 2014, T8th with 29 in 2015)
- Put Outs (1st with 332 in 2014, 2nd with 306 in 2015, 3rd with 303 in 2012)
|2018||Youth Coach||Sparks Haalrem / The Gators Softball Academy||Made practice plans and delivered practices to various Sparks youth teams, while also assisting with The Gators Softball Academy when possible. Coaching duties ranged from solo to group coaching, depending on the team and number of players at practice.|
|2018||Volunteer Coach||IGETS||Worked a 5 day camp through IGETS with: Prince (Zagreb, Croatia), Redcoats (Gozo, Malta) and Olympia (Haarlem, Netherlands) youth teams in Zagreb, Croatia.|
|2017-2018||Youth Coach||Green Bay High School (Auckland, New Zealand)||Taught for 2 terms during school hours; designed and deliver lesson plans for high school students who were beginner/intermediate softball players for school credit.|
|2017-2018||Youth Coach||KiwiSport Softball||Through local school programs (with Auckland Softball Association and also Counties Manukau Sport) Lisa delivered lessons during classes on either softball, FMS (fundamental movement skills) or other popular sports in New Zealand, ex: cricket, rugby, touch, netball, etc.|
|2017||Co-Head Coach||St. Mary's College (Auckland, New Zealand)||High School Girls||Lisa designed and deliver practices on Mondays after school and make game lineups for Wednesday games with Brooke Scott (Co-Head Coach). They had two teams to compete with for the term through Saint Mary's College.|
|2017||Head Coach (Softball)/Assistant Coach (Baseball)||Budapest Reds (Budapest, Hungary)||Hungarian Softball League, Euroleague 2017||Head coach for the Budapest Reds Softball team. Lisa was to plan and also deliver practices with the girls twice a week and also make the game lineups, changes/substitutions, etc.|
|2017||Youth Coach||Budapest Reds (Budapest, Hungary)||School Program||IBC Member Braden Lee and Lisa would deliver in school practices to local kids - with assistance from Budapest Red's members as translators - in hopes to gain interest of baseball within the local community.|
|2017||Youth Coach||Budapest Reds (Budapest, Hungary)||Baseball||Throughout the week Lisa was to assist IBC Member Braden Lee with youth baseball practices and also lent a helping hand during men's practices with the Budapest Reds.|
|2016-2017||Youth Coach||Southside Stingers Softball Club (Brisbane, Australia)||13u (mixed), 15u, 17u, A Grade||With the Stingers Lisa was the Head Coach for the 15u girls team, while also being an assistant coach when needed on game days with other grades. Lisa was to assist with practice plans throughout the week and coach on game day when needed.|
|2016||Merchtem Cats (Merchtem, Belgium)||Women's Second Division||Assisted with practice plans throughout the week through communication with head/assistant coaches; executed the practice plans with the team.|
|2016||Head Coach||Merchtem Cats (Merchtem, Belgium)||Women's Second Division - Reserve||Head Coach for the Merchtem Cats Reserve team -- made lineups and positional changes during games.|
|2016||Youth Coach||Merchtem Cats (Merchtem, Belgium)||Youth Baseball||Lisa worked alongside the Merchtem Cats baseball players and IBC Member Daniel Blum to deliver practices to Cat's youth baseball players.|
|2016||Volunteer Coach||Onalaska High School (Onalaska, WA, USA)||High School Softball||Volunteer outfield/hitting coach for the Loggers.|
|2015||Volunteer Coach||14u Centralia Police Enforcers (Centralia, WA, USA)||Youth Softball||Volunteer coach for the Enforcers; planned and delivered practices (hitting and fielding).|
|2015||Co-Assistnat Coach||Crazy Chicklets in the Diving Ducks Organization (Wiener Neustadt, Austria)||Austrian Softball League (ASL)||Allora Miller and Lisa were in charge of creating and delivering practice plans for the Chicklets throughout the week while also making the game lineups with Head Coach Christian Filarowski on game days.|
|2015||Youth Coach||Crazy Chicklets in the Diving Ducks Organization (Wiener Neustadt, Austria)||Worked with the youth baseball/reserve softball throughout the season.|
|2017-2018||Western Magpies (Season Stats - Auckland, New Zealand)||45||159||52||71||16||8||8||71||7||10||2||1||.447|
|2018||Western Magpies (League Stats - Auckland, New Zealand)||18||58||20||28||6||2||3||27||2||2||0||0||.483||.557|
|2017||Budapest Reds (Budapest, Hungary)||10||27||19||15||4||3||4||11||8||0||4||0||.556||.714||.833|
|2017||Brasschaat Braves (Women's European Premiere Cup 2017)||6-6||16||2||4||0||1||0||3||3||1||0||0||.250||.368||.375|
|2015||Crazy Chicklets (Wiener Neustadt, Austria)||12||39||13||18||5||1||2||17||7||1||2||2||.462||.542||.795|
- Kaleo Eldredge – Player/Coach with the Western Magpies, Auckland, New Zealand. Email: email@example.com
- Halmos Balázs – Baseball Player/Management with the Budapest Reds, Budapest, Hungary. Letter of Reference.
- Els Denys – Player/GM with the Merchtem Cats, Merchtem, Belgium. Letter of Reference. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Christian Filarowski – Head Coach of the Crazy Chicklets, Wiener Neustadt, Austria. Letter of Reference. Email: email@example.com
- Allora Miller – Former Co-Assistant Coach with the Crazy Chicklets,Wiener Neustadt, Austria. Letter of Reference.
- Brandi Gordon – Former Coach at Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, USA. Letter of Reference.
- Greg Sempadian – Former Athletic Coordinator, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, USA. Letter of Reference.
NFS Premier Women’s Grade: Western Magpies vs. Waitakere Bears: Auckland, New Zealand (2018):
Player #89; hitting.
Netherlands Golden League Playoffs: Sparks Haarlem vs. Olympia: Haarlem, Netherlands (2018):
Player #24; hitting.
Netherlands Golden League Playoffs: Sparks Haarlem vs. ROEF!: Haarlem, Netherlands (2018):
Player #24; hitting.
Bev Chote Classic: Magpies vs. Ramblers: Auckland, New Zealand (2018):
Player #89, playing second base, wearing black uniform.
Highlights: 21:11: run/rally stopping play at the plate (4-2 out), 1:27:00: ground ball out at first (4-3 out), 1:30:10: catch in shallow right field (F4).
Doreen Hutchings: Magpies vs. Ramblers: Auckland, New Zealand (2018):
Player #89, playing shortstop, wearing black uniform.
Highlights: 11:35: line-drive out to shortstop, 44:24: RBI SAC (slap) hit, 1:31:56: catch (F6), 1:57:57: single up the middle, 2:04:21: ground ball out at first (6-3 out).
Post Game Interview, Euroleague 2017, Slovakia (2017):
Post game interview with Lisa Maulden, Head Coach of the Budapest Reds Softball team.
Seattle U at Utah Valley (2015) – Game 3 of 3:
Player #15, playing first base, wearing white and red uniform.
Highlights: 1:57: RBI double off of the left centerfield wall (listen at 3:03 for commentary about Lisa’s hitting), 51:00: dropped third strike, out at first (2-3 out), 1:27:35: left the cut off for the out at home, 1:29:30: cut off, 1:42:41: redirected cut off play to third base from home, 1:55:15: (6-3 out), 2:10:38: stretch at first base, 2:22:12: leaping line drive catch.
Seattle U at Utah Valley (2015) – Game 2 of 3:
Player #15, playing first base, black uniform.
Highlights: 12:24: RBI double to left centerfield, 21:24: warmups in-between innings: throwing/fielding ground balls, footwork at first base, 39:05: RBI, 50:35: (5-3 out), 1:17:30: 8 pitch at bat, single up the middle, 1:29:26: (5-3 out).
Seattle U Game Recap (2014):
Dan Powers’ post game interview about the Seattle University Redhawks.
August 8, 2018: “IGETS reaches pinnacle in Zagreb” for IGETS Camp (Zagreb, Croatia)
July 27, 2018: “ADMINISTRATIVE MEETING & FINAL SESSION” for IGETS Camp (Zagreb, Croatia)
July 26, 2018: “IGETS TOURNAMENT BRINGS OUT THE BEST OF PLAYERS” for IGETS Camp (Zagreb, Croatia)
July 26, 2018: “MORNING PRACTICE SESSION – DAY 4” for IGETS Camp (Zagreb, Croatia)
July 24, 2018: “MORNING PRACTICE SESSION – DAY 2” for IGETS Camp (Zagreb, Croatia)
February 2, 2015: “2015 WAC Softball Preview”
January 28, 2015: “Softball Picked to Finish Third in WAC Preseason Poll”
Softball Articles from Seattle University (2011-2015): HERE –> type “Lisa Maulden”
July 2, 2010: “OREGON METRO 2011-2013 – SPARQ TESTING BLOG“