Maureen was competitive in five sports – badminton, swimming, tennis, field hockey and golf. Her athletic career started with her involvement in sport while a student at UBC. There, she competed in badminton, field hockey and swimming and won an unprecedented nine Big Blocks (four badminton, four swimming and one field hockey), a record that held for several years.
Her badminton career alone saw her win seven Club titles, twenty City titles, four Pacific Northwest titles, forty Provincial titles, six National titles and two International titles. She won these titles at the junior, open, senior, masters, grand master and golden master levels.
In 1958, Maureen tore her knee cartilage and took up golf. Since then she has competed in the BC Summer Games, winning four gold and two silver medals. Maureen is a member of Uplands Golf Club.