Martin D. Maag, M.D.
Cross Country, Track & Field
Class of 1982
A state-qualifier in cross country and the two-mile run in track during his senior year, Martin D. Maag came to the Bison after attending Toledo Whitmer High School in Toledo, Ohio.
In cross country, Maag was a three-time NCAA Division III Championships participant (1978-80), including a two-time competitior at National Championships. Magg’s best performance at the National Championships came in 1979 where he finished with a time of 26:18.8. He also ran to a fifth-place finish at the 1980 Division III South/Southeast Regionals, registering a time of 27:24, earning him a spot on the All-Regional team.
Maag excelled in track as well, being named All-PAC in the 800m, 1,500m, and 1,600m relay over the course of his career. At the time of his graduation, Maag also held two school records, the 800m and 1,600m relay.
When he was not running, Maag was President of the Sigma Nu Fraternity.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in psychology, Maag went on to become a physician. He is currently an Emergency Medicine Physician in Mt. Pleasant, Mich., and resides in East Lansing, Mich. with his wife, Shelli.