|NBA Experience||31 seasons|
|Currently in his 32nd NBA season|
|Born||April 23, 1955 (St. Paul, Minn.)|
|Resides||Fort Myers, Fla.|
|HS||Harding (St. Paul, Minn.)|
|College||University of Minnesota ’77|
Ken Mauer has officiated 1,728 regular season, 164 playoff, and 15 Finals games during his 31-season career. He was also a member of the crew that officiated the 1993 Europe Tour in London and the 2005 All-Star Game in Denver. Mauer’s resume includes six years of CBA officiating experience, nine years of collegiate officiating experience and 12 years of high school officiating experience in Minnesota.
After spending most of his life in Minnesota, Mauer has settled in Ft. Myers, Fla. where he can still watch his cousin, Joe Mauer, with the Twins in spring training. Mauer was a three sport athlete in college at Minnesota where, in 1977, he received All Big 10 baseball honors.
Mauer regularly supports the Salvation Army, as well as other organizations. He is often a guest speaker at basketball camps and clinics, church groups and officiating groups.