Maya Antoine - Soccer - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#3 Maya Antoine


Class Fifth-Year Senior
Hometown Vaughan, Ontario
High School Vaughan


2023 Second Team All-SEC
2023 United Soccer Coaches Preseason Watchlist for Defenders
2022 United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region First Team
2022 First Team All-SEC
2021 Second Team All-SEC
2021 United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region Third Team

Career as a Commodore:

  • 69 career starts with 83 appearances totaling more than 6,100 minutes in her career

As a Fifth-year (2023):

  • Started in all 18 games for Vanderbilt
  • Registered 1,400 minutes on the season
  • Anchored the defense and helped Vanderbilt to nine shutouts on the year for the second straight season
  • Named team captian

As a Senior (2022):

  • Started in all 21 contests for the Commodores
  • Recorded 1,797 minutes on the season, second-most on the team
  • Helped the Dores to post nine shutouts on the season

As a Junior (2021): 

  • Started all 19 games as a junior
  • Fired one shot on goal
  • Appeared in all 10 conference games

As a Sophomore (2020): 

  • Played in 15 of 16 matches throughout the campaign, starting 11 of them
  • Made her first collegiate start at Tennessee (Sept. 27)

As a Freshman (2019): 

  • Played in 10 games in her Vanderbilt debut
  • Provided solid minutes on the back line for the Commodores
  • Averaged 25.3 minutes per game before getting injured

High School: 

  • Appeared for her country 37 times, starting 17
  • Member of Canada U-17 World Cup Semi-Final (Uruguay)
  • Member of Canada U-20 World Cup Qualifying
  • Member of Canada WNT Player Pool
  • Member of Ontario EXCEL Program
  • Best XI at the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship
  • She was 14 years old when she made her debut in the Canadian youth program in 2016 with coach Beverly Priestman (Current England WNT assistant coach)


  • Undeclared on a major
  • Born August 8, 2001 in Toronto, Ontario
  • Parents: Gerard Antoine and Jennifer Munro-Antoine
  • Chose Vanderbilt because “The location of the school and how close everything is without being overwhelmingly cramped. The variety of programs as well as the opportunities available to students who attend.”