Maureen Nolan was a four-season athlete at Lyons Central School playing on the varsity teams for four years in basketball and track and three years at the varsity level in soccer and volleyball. She made First Team All League for each of the four sports. She finished in eleventh place her senior year at the State Championship for track in the long jump. Upon high school graduation she received the Senior Female Athlete of the Year Award and the Lyons Teachers’ Association Scholarship.
At Ithaca College she earned a B.S. in Physical Education while continuing her athletic endeavors in both soccer, as a forward, and track, in long jump, triple jump, 4x100 meter and 4x400 meter relays. During her sophomore year, her soccer team ranked 18th nationally and she became the school’s record holder for single game, season and career points. Collegiate honors included Dean’s List 1983-87. She furthered her education at SUNY Brockport with a M.S. degree in Health Education.
Maureen is married with one daughter and two stepsons. She has taught physical education for seventeen years, first at BOCES#1 Fairport and then Rush-Henrietta Central School. Post collegiate honors include 1995 Central Western Zone Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year and in 2000 the Monroe County Division Girls Soccer Co-Coach of the Year. Her coaching experience for the last seventeen years has been at East Rochester High School and Rush-Henrietta High School for field hockey, volleyball, basketball, soccer and track.