The 37th Annual Buddy LaRosa High School Sports Hall of Fame - Maureen Egan Corl
Maureen Egan Corl re-wrote the record books during her cross country and track high school career at St. Henry. Nearly 20 years after her 1993 graduation from St. Henry, three of her running records still stand as Kentucky state standards! She started running in the state meet as a seventh grader for St. Henry and proceeded to win a staggering 15 state titles during her six-year high school varsity career. In track, Maureen won the 800-meter state title five times, the 1600-meter title four times, the 3200-meter title three times and twice won the 3200-meter relay title. She also won the Class A state cross-country title as a sophomore.
Her still-standing state records in track include the 800-meter run (2:14.50) Class A 1600-meter run (95:02.25), and the Class A 3200-meter run (11:13.82). Among her numerous awards, Maureen was 1st team all-state in cross-country five times, and 1st team all-state track four times. She was the Kentucky Post and Kentucky Enquirer Cross-Country Runner of the Year four times, Northern Kentucky High School Cross-Country Coaches Association Runner of Year four times, Kentucky State Runner of Year by the State Coaches Association ('90-'91), AAU National Championship All-American (6th in nation) in 1992-93 and a Keebler All-American. She was the LaRosa's Female Athlete of the Year in 1992-93.
Collegiately, Maureen lettered four years at the University of Kentucky, where she was an Academic All-American. Currently, Maureen, who is a Registered Nurse at University and Christ Hospitals in nursing research, lives in Indian Hill with her husband J.D., and daughters Kaelynn (11) and Camryn (6), and sons Bradley (9), Jaeden (4) and Davis (2).