Little Change in Final Spring Two-Deep
Brown Team, Featuring the No. 1 Defense, Will Challenge Gold Team With No. 1 Offense
Spring Game Scheduled for April 25
Freshman Running Back Notches Third-Straight Game over 100 Rushing Yards
Defense Continues to Display Ability to Sack the Quarterback
Wyoming vs. San Jose State - USATSI Gallery
UW This Season: Maulhardt had a great spring finishing as the top X receiver on the final depth chart.
2014: Appeared in all 12 games with five starts. He finished the season with 21 catches for 274 yards with one touchdown. He averaged 13 yards per reception and 22.8 receiving yards per game. He grabbed a career-high six receptions for a career-high 89 yards against Utah State. During the game against the Aggies he recorded a career-best 53-yard reception. He hauled in his only touchdown of the season at Fresno State, which was a 16-yard pass.
2013: Maulhardt made his way into the UW offense as a redshirt freshman, with nine catches for 76 yards and a TD. He caught his first career score against San José State. He played in 11 games at receiver.
High School: Maulhardt was a four-sport athlete at Camarillo High, lettering in football, basketball, track and volleyball. As a senior, he was the football team MVP, and earned All-CIF and All-League honors as a receiver. He tallied 119 catches for 1,700 yards and 15 TDs as a senior. He was a Scholar-Athlete, earning a 3.5 GPA his last season.
Personal: Born Nov. 24, 1993, he is the son of Tim and Shannon Maulhardt. He has four siblings: Joe, Jack, Jason and Jeff. He is pursuing a degree in communications at UW.