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She won the silver medal heavyweight in the 1971 British Open, and bronze in the open division. . She was the first female to place in international competition in Judo. . As a result helped to make women's Judo a sport under the Amateur Athletic Union .  Maureen was the women's US National 1st place winner for the heavyweight division and the grand champion for the years 1974, 1975, and 1976. .
At a competition weight of 180 lbs, Maureen was strong enough to compete with men. . She defeated Diane Pierce in 1974 for the National Championship.  Diane Pierce would later appear on the show To Tell The Truth claiming to be the 1974 National Judo Champion. . Maureen won the gold medal in the 1975 Judo International championship for the heavyweight division in Switzerland.  She was the undisputed US Heavyweight Champion on the East Coast from 1967 to 1977.  . In 1976 she was part of the US Women's National Team under teach coach Rusty Kanokogi  She placed second in 1977, 1979 and 1980 for the Women's US Nationals . She was the Amateur Athletic Union Most Outstanding Player Award in 1974 
Following competition she founded the PolyTech Judo Club. . She served as the head coach for the Poly Tech Judo Club.  She would later serve as Athletic Director at Poly Tech. . Even later she would serve as the athletic director for NYU-Poly. . She would later retire after 30 years at NYU.  She served as the secretary for NYS Judo (circa 2009).