Maeve McGuire grew up in the DuPage area and has played softball since a very young age. Maeve attended Benet Academy in Lisle.
Throughout her career as an athlete, she was fortunate to play with some of the best softball teams and coaches in the country. This high level of competition allowed her to obtain a scholarship to play softball at The University of Georgia. In her four years as a Bulldog, she played the best competition this country has to offer in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). In 2016, her Georgia squad advanced to play in the Womens College World Series, a once in a lifetime event.
In college, she was able to participate and coach the seasonal hitting and defensive softball camps hosted by the University. Maeve has given private lessons to several girls in the Athens, Georgia area. Coach McGuire has learned how to compete in high pressure situations and wants to share her experiences and skill set with young aspiring female student-athletes. Coach Maeve is available for private lessons at the Lisle facility.
High School: Benet Academy
- 4 Year Varsity Starter
- 3rd Place Team in IHSA 4A State Softball Tournament (2011)
- NFCA High School All-American (2012, 2013)
- ESCC All Conference (2011, 2012, 2013)
- ESCC Player of the Year (2012)
- Sun Time Player of the Year (2011, 2012)
- IHSA 1st Team All-State (2011, 2012, 2013)
College: The University of Georgia
- Played 4 Years at UGA
- SEC Tournament Champions (2014)
- 3 SEC Tournament Appearances
- 4 NCAA Regional Appearances
- 3 NCAA Super-Regional Appearances
- 1 NCAA WCWS Tournament Appearance (2016)
- NFCA Third Team All-Region (2017)
- Jack Turner Endowed Scholarship Recipient (2017)
- UGA Caterpillar Athlete 2017
- SEC All-Community Service Team (2017)
- Student Athlete Advisory Committee Member 2016/17
- 4 Year All-SEC Academic Honor Roll (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)