Maumausolo enters her eighth season as head coach of the softball program at Allan Hancock College. She has resurrected the program and established a winning tradition by recruiting talented local athletes.
In 2014 and 2015, she guided the Bulldogs to back-to-back conference titles and Regional Playoff berths. She was named the Western State Conference’s Coach of the Year in 2015 after leading the Bulldogs to an undefeated conference record and the program’s first 30-win season in 16 years.
She picked up her 100th career win with the Bulldogs on March 29, during Hancock’s 1-0 win over Porterville. Overall, she has a career record of 130-128-4 with the Bulldogs, including a 65-57-1 record in Western State Conference games.
Maumausolo was an All-American catcher during her collegiate career at Cal State Northridge, where she hit .481 her senior year. She was a three-time Division-I All-American catcher and became the first person in the conference to hold records in home runs, runs batted in and batting average during the same season. Maumausolo was inducted into the Cal State Northridge Hall of Fame in 2001.
During her first coaching job as an assistant coach at Northridge, Maumausolo spent her summers playing professional softball in the National Pro Fastpitch League. She was a member of the Virginia Roadsters and the Florida Wahoos and won a league championship with the Wahoos in 2000. While playing for the Roadsters, Maumausolo was the MVP of the 1999 NPF All-Star game in which she hit the game winning homerun. From 2001-04 Maumausolo went on tour for the National Pro Fastpitch League in conjunction with Major League Baseball to promote the league and the sport of softball.
Maumausolo re-entered the coaching ranks in 2007 when she became the head coach of the Palomar College softball team. She guided her team to a conference championship and appearance in the second round of the playoffs to garner Coach of the Year honors. In 2009 Maumausolo was an assistant coach for Mt. San Antonio and helped the team to a state championship.
Maumausolo graduated from Cal State Northridge and received a master’s degree in sports science from New Mexico Highland University. She is currently a tenured full-time health instructor at Hancock, teaching sports psychology and health. Maumausolo lives in the Five Cities with her husband and three daughters, Scia, and twins, Taya and Tasi.