Originally from Ottawa Ontario, Canada. Eitan Maoz began playing baseball at 8 years old and has not stopped playing or coaching since.
Maoz played 1 year of junior college baseball for Genesee Community college in New York, where he was named 1st team all region and the runner up in region player of the year voting. A left handed hitting catcher, he posted a .405 batting average and an OBPS of over 1.000. After 1 year at GCC, he transferred to NCAA D2 UNC-Pembroke. At UNC-Pembroke, he was starting catcher and a part of the best team in UNCP history, and were ranked as high as #2 in the nation. As a junior, he posted an impressive slash line: .327/.424/.427.
While receiving his degree in Exercise Sport Science, he improved upon his numbers even more his Senior season, and was named a Capitol One Academic All-American.
Being an Israeli citizen, Maoz was also able to participate in the European Championship Tournament. He has had the opportunity to play overseas in Europe a handful of times, while representing his country.
Maoz has stated that one of the coolest experiences he has ever had with the national team was being selected as an alternate for the 2012 World Baseball Classic team that included several major league players and was coached by former major leaguers and MLB managers.
Eitan now currently resides in Neenah, Wisconsin with his wife Heather. He is looking forward to the opportunity of helping develop and work with the talented baseball players in the state of Wisconsin.
Cavaiani on Maoz: "I learned of ET from a player I was doing a lesson with, and I can say it is the best lesson of the thousands of lessons I've done. The kid had told me about his 'other hitting coach' who taught him a drill very similar to the one I was teaching him. I did my research about ET and found him on facebook and sent him a direct message. It's one of the best things I've done as I haven't hired a better baseball coach in 10 years. ET's love of the game, combined with his passion for helping kids, made him a no brainer to add to my staff. He is relentless, a tireless worker, and just loves baseball. I'm lucky to have him on my staff helping the kids in our program. I say "OUR" program because that's what it is. The coaches on my staff, especially ET, have had such a huge impact on everything this program is and stands for. If you have a son who loves baseball and wants to get better, there is no one better than ET, and I don't say that lightly."