Malia (Fujisawa) Hundley enters her second season as an assistant field hockey coach at Earlham College in 2018.
Hundley came to Earlham from Bloomington where she worked as a family support specialist and health coach at Centerstone, one of the nation's largest non-for-profit providers of community-based behavior health care.
Before Centerstone, then-Malia Fujisawa was a four-year member of the field hockey team at Indiana University (IU). A two-year starter, she assisted on two Hoosier goals as a senior while also graduating with the third-most defensive saves (nine) in IU history. Fujisawa was twice named to the ZAG Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches' Association (NFHCA) National Academic Squad while also garnering the Academic All Big 10 Award three times.
Within IU's athletics department, Fujisawa was involved in many leadership positions to enhance the student-athlete lifestyle and conference concerns. As a senior, she was awarded the Anita Aldrich Leadership Award that recognizes one female student-athlete who exemplifies leadership, scholastic achievement, and athletic ability. In addition, Fujiasawa was a recipient of the NCAA Ethnic Minority Postgraduate Scholarship which she intends to apply towards a graduate degree in sports psychology.
Hundley resides in Oxford, Ohio.